Watching fireworks at Laurel Park has been a tradition for many families in North Georgia. This year, the Independence Day celebration and fireworks are scheduled for Wednesday, July 4, 2018.
When is the last time you wore a bikini or a Speedo on Gainesville’s Square? Too long, right? Well, please keep that streak going when you come to the 4th Annual Beach Bash!
As laws go, the new hands free law is a pretty simple one. Drivers in Georgia, as of July 1, 2018, may not physically touch any wireless or stand-alone electronic device while operating a motor vehicle, except for a single button to make or answer a call.
A patriotic concert is scheduled for Tuesday, July 3, 2018, under the stars on the lawn of The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center in Downtown Gainesville.
Unfortunately, on Friday, April 20, 2018, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) released bad news for winter camping on Lake Lanier.
Please Note: The venue for the June 22, 2018 concert has changed.
The Arts Council’s presentation of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, this evening, June 22 HAS MOVED INDOORS to Riverside Military Academy’s Cervantes Theater. The performance will start at 8PM. Doors to the auditorium will open at 7:30PM. Tickets will be available at the door.
RIVERSIDE MILITARY ACADEMY
Take your pick of The Livin’ is Easy or Hot Times at Margaritaville for summertime events at Lanier Islands!
Putting a soft-drink machine in a park isn’t newsworthy, right? Right! Unless the Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) places Pepsi machines at West Bank Park, right here in Coke country!
After a hot day thrashing my motorcycle — Grasshopper, The Humble Ninja — up, down and around the twisty roads of North Georgia, I was tired, ripe, thirsty and hungry. As I descended from the mountains, an oasis appeared on the horizon: JR’s RoadKill BBQ & Ribs, near Turners Corner, north of Cleveland.
Hippies? In Georgia? Who let them in? Yup. According to the National Forest Service, “the Rainbow Family of Living Light has chosen to hold their 2018 Annual Rainbow Gathering on the Chattahoochee National Forest. The unauthorized gathering site is located near Bull Mountain off of Forest Service Road 28-1 near the towns of Nimblewill and Dahlonega.”