Daniel Hutchens, a prominent Athens musician known from the band Bloodkin, passed away on May 9. Hutchens was 56.
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After being canceled last year due to the pandemic, the AthFest Music & Arts Festival is returning to Athens to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The festival is scheduled for Sept. 24-26.
The Red & Black participated in a press conference call with cast members, Dara Reneé, Frankie Rodriguez and Joe Serafini to discuss the upcoming season of "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series."
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month began on May 1. Since 1979, the month of May has been a time to celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of AAPI communities which have enriched society in the United States and beyond.
The Lyndon House Arts Center, located on Hoyt Street in downtown Athens, is housing a number of exhibits through the summer.
The Red & Black asked several RAs to share their reasoning for becoming an RA, give some advice for prospective RAs and to share some of their best memories.
Sprinkled around downtown Athens, you may have stumbled across one of many cartoon drawings by Augusta artist Jacob Boland.
While scrolling through Twitter, you might notice the influx of posts under #WhosWhoInBUGA. Initiated by the Georgia Daze Minority Recruitment Program at the University of Georgia, this hashtag has welcomed prospective and incoming students to the UGA community.
The Red & Black has compiled a list of four local stores to find thoughtful gifts for your mother, or other significant women in your life, this Mother’s Day.
Unbeknownst to many in the University of Georgia community, there are currently invaders rampaging throughout Athens’ neighborhoods and green spaces. They could even be in your own backyard.