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Another Alien Astronaut, Meow Kapow and DJ Billy Ocean will perform during a ‘final-day’ blowout at Albany’s State Theatre.
Elf On a Shelf. Elf on a Shelf. May the creator of this plague upon Christmas holiday tranquility be forced to celebrate Christmas with Rosanne Barr and Ellen Degenerate.
Editor Note: This is the second installment of a three-part series. It is running over a five week period rather than three consecutive weeks.
Coming here allows for a respite at Lafayette Square, which brings one to conclude that LaGrange can lay claim to having the prettiest town square in Georgia-one that has history, tradition and beauty. Lafayette Square is downright becoming.
The Albany Area Arts Council’s annual juried art show and sale starts this week.
The waitress set down the cup of coffee and I poured cream into the hot, black liquid while quietly reflecting, pondering something.
Two area musical groups are named tops in their genre among nominated state bands.
Maternal and neonatal tetanus kills thousands of mothers and newborns each year in developing countries.
Albany Technical College students are getting a hands-on education working on two houses on Rosebrier Avenue.
A three-man Albany Fire Department crew answers an animal distress call and earns the admiration of a prominent citizen.
I believe it was Albert Einstein who defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. A seemingly simple concept, yet many of us wrestle with its unseen complexity.
Paula Deen finally got her face on some butter, y'all!
Maj. Gen. Chuck Hudson came to his post at Marine Corps Logistics Command from Camp Pendleton, Calif., in July 2011.
Released in 2008, Sherwood Pictures’ “Fireproof” brought in a worldwide gross of $33.4 million over 18 weeks.
Mark Abney will be available for peanut farmers who want to talk about what’s “bugging” them.
Unless otherwise noted, the following births took place at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany from May 25-June 3.
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. You can contact her at (229) 888-9371 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
I work out of my house most of the time. It’s quiet and peaceful and I usually get more work done at home than I can in my office.