Staff at The Children's Center for Hope & Healing have devised a way for folks to party with a cause.
For the first concert of the season ProMusica is ready to feature more than just classical music with the addition of gospel standards.
The Joshua Redman Trio, featuring world-class jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman, will be performing Friday at North Georgia College & State University's Hoag Auditorium.
37 Main in downtown Buford is playing host to yet another classic lineup on Wednesday - Molly Hatchet.
As the leaves begin to change colors in the Northeast Georgia mountains, Dahlonega will get into the spirit by dressing up in its finest 24-karat gold regalia.
Comedians MG Gaskin and Matt Mitchell, aka "Casio Kid," will bring their standup acts to Sautee this weekend. The Sautee Nacoochee Center will host the Country Comedy Tour live on stage Saturday night.
Whether you're crazy for quilts or you've just always wanted to learn the art form, the Georgia Quilt Show is sure to satisfy any and all quilt curiosities.
When dressing your weekend calendar, try on something spiritually uplifting for a change. The Voices of North Georgia will gladly serenade you into a dancing frenzy with their "Everytime I Feel the Spirit" concert.
ATHENS - Canadian-born violinist Lara St. John has been described as "something of a phenomenon" by The Strad and a "high-powered soloist" by The New York Times.
Dozens of colorful balloons will take to the sky on Saturday from the Sterling on the Lake community in Flowery Branch.
The Gainesville Symphony Orchestra is set to create movie magic this weekend. With help from the Gainesville Theater Alliance, concertgoers will be treated to an evening of movies come to life. "It's the first time we've ever played this type of music, and the first time we've ever collaborated with the Gainesville Theater Alliance," Candace Monnerie, executive director of the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra, said. The concert will feature music from the movies from different genres ...
They used to call them hanger dances back in the day, but whether they're swinging in a Quonset hut or at the local YMCA, it's sure to be a ball.
The Magical Mystery Tour Bus will make a stop in Demorest tonight. Four guys with dark hair, all wearing the same mod suits will take the stage and start singing in front of psychedelic backdrops. They have an uncanny resemblance to The Beatles, they even sound like The Beatles, but they are not The Beatles.
Get ready because the Unchained Tour is coming Tuesday to Gainesville. Before your imagination runs wild with fearful imagery, you should know that the tour is comprised of four storytellers, a few musicians and a circus performer. The tour was created by author George Dawes Green as a way to encourage more readers to get their literary fix from independent retailers instead of chain stores - hence the "unchained" title. "We're asking people to understand ...
The members of the Quinlan Visual Arts Center are serving up a fresh batch of creativity for the 63rd Annual Quinlan Members' Exhibition, which opens with a reception, 5:30 p.m. today at the center.