GAINESVILLE - The Metropolitan Opera in New York is world famous for their productions. And now, with the Met Opera Live in HD, people all around the world can experience elaborate opera performances. The HD opera experience brings people close to the action with backstage interviews and glimpses during wardrobe and set changes.
The HD opera experience brings people close to the action with backstage interviews and glimpses during wardrobe and set changes.
Whatever you do, don't call it a rodeo. This is straight-up bull riding
Internationally known storyteller Carmen Agra Deedy will weave her tales this Saturday at Brenau University.
For those who may not have the chance to see the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, now the opera house is coming to Hall County - at least, live on the big screen.
There's something magical about twinkling lights at Christmastime, and Lake Lanier Islands officials have been counting on that magic to draw visitors to their Magical Nights of Lights display for 15 years.
Whether you want to be scared silly or bring home a bag brimming with sweets, North Georgia has a lot to offer this Halloween. Here's what's happening on the spookiest day of the year:
It's that time of year again in Dahlonega - Gold Rush Days.
The Voices of North Georgia kick off their 2007-08 season this weekend, and they're singing praises.
The air is crisp, the sky is deep blue, the fall foliage is starting to emerge. Suddenly you've got the urge to go hiking again.
HIAWASSEE - The Georgia Mountain Fall Festival will bring fiddlers, a flower show, crafts, country music and even hog races to the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds Friday through Oct. 21.
Buford-based author Creston Mapes has been writing professionally for more than 20 years, and on Saturday he'll be at the Hall Book Exchange to sign copies of his latest novel, "Nobody."
It's that time of the year for spooky ghosts, haunted houses and things that go bump in the night.
SAUTEE - It's a tough life if you're a round-headed kid who can't even kick a football.
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