Authors Christopher Lawton, Laura Nelson and Randy Reid gathered virtually to discuss their book “Seen/Unseen: Hidden Lives in a Community of Enslaved Georgians.”
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The UGA Office of Government Relations has partnered with the Athens Downtown Development Authority and the UGA Office of Student Affairs to host the fifth annual North of the Arch event.
Many are unaware, but Athens is filled with landmarks of significant events in Native American history.
Wuxtry Records will celebrate the first-ever reissue of R.E.M.’s debut 1981 single “Radio Free Europe (Original Hib-Tone Single)” tonight at the record store.
Creator and owner of Aubrey Entertainment Troy Aubrey works daily with a wide array of artists and venues to bring music to the Athens community.
The Red & Black compiled a list of a few live shows that will take place in and around Athens this week.
Summer vacation may be slowly coming to a close, but the Classic City still has many fun activities and events to enjoy, including ones that fit into the college student’s tight budget.
Utilizing the window banks at the entrance of the Lyndon House Arts Center, local artist AJ Aremu tells the story of the intersection between two distinct cultures.
On Friday Extra Special People hosted its second Friend Friday event of the summer.
On Thursday AthFest Educates announced the complete lineup for the AthFest 2021 Music & Arts Festival.
As UGA students prepare for the almost complete easing of COVID-19 restrictions on campus, anxiety about returning to normalcy may start to arise.