An opening reception for "ReForm: A Habitat for Humanity Exhibition" is set for 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, March 7, at the AVA Gallery, 30 Frazier Ave.
Hate to wait until March 17 to get your Irish on? You're in luck.
The McMinn County Living Heritage Museum in Athens, Tenn., will celebrate the opening of its annual hooked rug show, "Art Underfoot," with a hook-in this weekend.
After suffering through a particularly bad day, most people want nothing more than to go home, kick off their shoes and let an adult beverage or two wash away their frustration. Blake Callahan just goes mental.
A new collection of black-and-white photographs by Virginia Webb are featured this month on the front wall of In-Town Gallery, 26A Frazier Ave. Called "Satan's Breath," the exhibit depicts an American thermal plant that has been in constant operation since 1893.
Several local hip-hop and electronica acts are stepping up for a benefit party Saturday, March 8, for Daniel Webb. A Facebook posting for the show says Webb’s neck was broken in two places in a Jan. 3 car accident.
Trainer creates no-pressure, just-for-fun sports events for dogs
Some dog owners enjoy the competitive world of canine sports, but a North Georgia business owner hopes to take the pressure off those who don’t.
Country superstar Naomi Judd will be the celebrity guest tonight, March 6, at Studio 45, the signature fundraising event for public television station WTCI-TV 45.
Today, there are Internet-connected refrigerators and smartphones exponentially more powerful than the Apollo Guidance Computer and robots humming around apartments vacuuming up fugitive Cheetos.
The University of Georgia in Athens announced two weeks ago it is looking for a signature song to play over the public address system during football games to fire up the crowd during key moments.
Maybe you haven’t yet sprung for a $41 filet at Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Nor driven to Dalton for brunch at Chelsea’s on Thornton. Nor been to a function catered by A Silverware Affair.
Scenic City Roots, the monthly, two-hour musical variety show that revives the legacy of live musical radio production, returns to Track 29 tonight, March 6.
For the last three years, the Road to Nightfall has brought together dozens of local bands to vie for the affection of the community and a headlining spot during the summer concert series.
The Tennessee Valley Chapter of Wild Ones will present the third annual Native Plant Symposium, “Native Plants, Natural Landscapes,” from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 8, in the UTC University Center, 642 E. Fifth St.