North Georgia is known for its treasure trove of mountain and bluegrass music. So bringing a contemporary bluegrass act to the area just seems like a no-brainer.
Think Santa's sleigh is a hot rod? Find out this weekend. The Secret Santa Car Show is set for Saturday at Ben's Furniture (the old Sam's Club Building) on Frontage Road in Oakwood, next door to Hayes Chrysler-Jeep.
The Gainesville Jaycees will host the second annual Stocking Scurry, a 5K run/Walk, at 9 a.m - Saturday.
Got a good golf swing? Putt for the pets at the Humane Society of Northeast Georgia's 23rd annual Dog Day Afternoon golf tournament, Oct. 11 at the Chattahoochee Golf Course. Registration begins at 10 a.m. with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m.
There's a chance for Northeast Georgia to see one of the original members of Guns N' Roses at a bar in downtown Buford when Adler's Appetite performs at 37 Main.
A local haunted house has already made eight people wet their pants according to Rusty Smith, owner of Rot N. Rusty Productions.
Emerald Rose has been for years Northeast Georgia's premier Celtic band, playing at pubs, festivals, conventions and even Oscar parties in Hollywood.
The weather has begun to cool, Halloween is just a couple of weeks away and that can only mean one thing - time for the annual Mule Camp Market.
Darryl Pottorf, a longtime collaborator and partner of pop art icon Robert Rauschenberg, will bring his latest works to Brenau University for the first showing anywhere of some new multicanvas, multimedia works by the Captiva, Fla.-based artist.
Art teacher Clay Sayre has a knack for remembering faces. Well, on canvas that is. "I have always been fascinated by faces," said Sayre, who teaches art education at Gainesville High School. His current body of work, "Character Faces," will be on display at Inman Perk on the downtown square for the month of October. Sayre's figures are best described as capturing a singular moment of unencumbered emotion. But depicting such raw feelings isn't easy. ...
For the next month, Lake Lanier Islands Resort will be over-run with goblins and ghouls galore.
If you've ever watched an old black and white movie and wished that you could dress as glamorously today as they did then, now's your chance.
Prepare to see nature in a whole new way. Nationally known nature photographer, author and speaker Marty Essen will be at Piedmont College on Wednesday to present a slideshow on his worldwide photography adventures.
Music and family fun aimed at creating good works in the community will fill the air at The Celebrate Service Music Festival Friday and Saturday.
A group of eight women will serenade listeners with their blend of harmonies in a concert at the Sautee Nachoochee Center.