The stars of Spike TV's Total Nonstop Action wrestling's "TNA iMPACT," including Johnson High graduate "The Phenomenal" A.J. Styles, will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Georgia Mountains Center.
Banks Burgess and Paul Shane have been performing as Banks & Shane for more than 30 years in Georgia. They are Southern boys at heart and play crowd favorites from bluegrass, country to a little rock 'n' roll.
The Magical Nights of Lights always is a favorite event for North Georgians, but this weekend some local runners will get the chance race through the Christmas lights to benefit Toys for Tots and Hamilton Mill Christian Church.
Lyle Lovett will bring his unique blend of Americana music to Athens for a one-night show Wednesday at the Classic Center Theatre.
ATLANTA - If you've driven down Interstate 85 in the last few weeks, you might have seen a glimpse of Cirque du Soleil.
More than 1,200 items of self-taught art in a variety of forms will be on display and for purchase this weekend at the Slotin Folk Art Auction at Buford Hall, 112 E. Shadburn Ave.
The Lanier Chamber Singers are ready to make a joyful noise with their fall concert series.
When it comes to combining wine, cheese and good music, you're probably thinking that it can't get much better than that, right?
Poet Cleopatra Mathis will perform a reading of her work at noon Monday in Banks Recital Hall at Brenau University in Gainesville.
Gainesville's own singer-songwriter Nate Currin is ready to release his latest album "Goodnight California" in just a couple days with a big show at the Hard Rock Cafe in Atlanta.
A Georgia native who made it big in music and entertainment will bring her one-woman show to Gainesville this weekend.
The transition from "talkies" to sound film was immortalized in the 1952 movie "Singin' in the Rain" and makes one more transition this month when the original screenplay comes to life in the Gainesville Theatre Alliance's stage production, which opens Tuesday on Brenau University's Hosch stage.
Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" has become one of those literary classics that bridges generational gaps.
The Hemlock is one of the true gentle giants of the forest. With its broad canopy of soft, feathery needles and tiny budlike cones, this towering evergreen can reach more than 100 feet and live up to 500 years. It's a vital member of the mountain forest ecosystem, providing year-round shade, food and shelter for countless critters, erosion control, and playing a key role in the carbon cycle of the Eastern forests.
If you're looking to mark a few names off your Christmas list early, you can start at Marketplace, the annual shopping event hosted by The Medical Center Auxiliary of Northeast Georgia Health System.