The Hinesville Area Arts Council on Thursday will host an art exhibit titled "It Leads you Here," celebrating the work of Emily Scott-Graham.
The musical lineup has been announced for the 10th annual Blues and BBQ, which is set for 2-11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, in downtown Hinesville.
Early entries are being accepted for the 17th annual Illuminated Christmas Parade, set for 6:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, in Hinesville.
It all started with Geoff and Jeff.
When you "attend the tale of Sweeney Todd," to quote from Stephen Sondheim, you'll want to check your expectations at the door.
Love-it-Productions' new, original play, "Crabs in a Barrel," is a comedy filled with twists and turns that delivers a serious message about how easily greed corrupts. The local theater company's summer production will be presented at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Liberty County Schools Performing Arts Center in Flemington.
STATESBORO - The Georgia Southern University Performing Arts Center has announced the 2013-14 season, including tributes to Johnny Cash and Patti Page, Broadway performances, the Moscow Festival Ballet and more.
So the question is this: How does a girl from decidedly non-rural Kingston, NY discover bluegrass, fall in love with it, and grow up to become one of the most beloved women in the genre?
A year ago, Bryan Pridgen and four friends arrived in town and declared themselves Savannah Stage Co., an incorporated, not-for-profit theater group. It was, he told Connect, "a young company of professionals with big dreams and a lot of nerve."
While much of Savannah was getting all worked up because aSpongebob movie crew was coming to town, a group of aspiring local filmmakers prepared to screen the proud results of months of hard work.
It's impossible not to like Kevn Kinney. He's funny, self-deprecating and honest. When you interview him, he spends a second or two thinking about the question, then turns the answer-spigot on full blast, hardly stopping for breath until he figures the subject has been covered.
With rainy days in abundance this summer, Splash in the Boro is experiencing a significant drop in attendance and, consequently, revenue.
When director Eric Kildow met with the cast of A Company of Wayward Saints, made up almost entirely of Armstrong Atlantic State University students, he had some splainin' to do.
When people think of music festivals, the obvious come to mind: Bonaroo, Wakarusa, Wanee, Coachella, Hangout. Even the venues and locations where these festivals are held are famous, like Spirit of Suwanee and Mulberry Mountain.