Story and Photos by Clyde Morris Last June, my girlfriend and I took the two week Viking Grand European Tour from Amsterdam to Budapest,
Few things signal the fall harvest season more than the bright, orange pumpkins that dot fields and liven up displays outside of homes and
Story by Amber Tyner Fall officially began September 23, and the transition welcomes a chance to redecorate rooms from top to bottom. The new
Pack a picnic, fill a cooler, throw in a quilt or blanket and you’ve got the ideal fall mini-cation. Add in the more than
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“I believe theater helps people remember that they are human and remember the best parts about being human,” said Gay Hammond.
Recognized throughout the U.S. and Britain as one of the premier performers of traditional Celtic music on the international music scene today, Jamie Laval
By J.K. Devine Photos courtesy Bowen Center for the Arts Growing up with an architectural engineer for a father and a portrait artist for
By Pamela A. Keene Photos courtesy Holly Theater When Hal Williams chaired the Lumpkin County Chamber of Commerce nearly 30 years ago, he and