This Wednesday, The Athens Farmers Market will have its Holiday Market at Heirloom Cafe. The event will occur in the …
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The Red & Black has created a gift guide that supports local businesses and nonprofits.
As businesses began to reopen, Lyndon House Arts Center and Tiny ATH gallery began to allow in-person visitors to peruse their shows.
When Scouts BSA — an all-inclusive branch of the Boy Scouts of America — officially launched nationwide on Feb. 1, 2019, Troop 5300 became the first official troop in the Athens area to take advantage of the re-imagined program.
Saint Syzygy's newest album “All of My Friends Are Sick” debuts Friday.
Catherine Warren, a junior interior design student from Albany, is designing the bookstore for an interior design class with her instructor, Jason Wech. The prompt for the project was to create a business around the concept of students’ favorite things.
For Spencer Cooper the UGA vs. Notre Dame football game resonated with him so much that he wrote a song about it.
The University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications has received pressure to rename the college, which has the namesake of Henry W. Grady, a well-known journalist fro…
On Friday, Nov. 20, the Fashion Design Student Association at the University of Georgia will premiere its fall runway show, featuring looks designed from its very own members and executive team.
After Patrick Dean was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in June 2018, he felt an urgency to make the most of his time and create art surrounding current political and social issues.