Husband-wife duo prepare for release of debut CD
Jon and Anna Gosa, who perform as Sundowner Motel, will hold a CD release party next week to celebrate their debut EP.
Music Midtown to feature Elton John, Drake, Van Halen and more
With Atlanta’s 2015 Music Midtown event only a week away, organizers have finally firmed up the lineup for this year’s extravaganza.
Annual bike riding event draws visitors to Albany area
A few hundred cycling enthusists from around the southeast will decend on Albany this weekend for the Pecan City Pedalers bike club’s annual Nut Roll bike ride.
U.S. Postal Service issues 10 'Charlie Brown Christmas' Forever Stamps
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” the U.S. Postal Service is issuing a set of 10 “Charlie Brown Christmas” themed Forever Stamps.
Popular series 'Longmire' arrives on Netflix with new episodes
After being cancelled by the A&E Network after just three seasons popular series “Longmire,” starring Robert Taylor, returns to the airwaves this week when Netflix, which picked up the series, will releases 10 new episodes Thursday.
Colbert succeeds David Letterman on the CBS 'Late Show'
The former “Colbert Report” anchor assumes the seat David Letterman had for almost 22 years when CBS debuts “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” Tuesday.
THE OLD ROCKER: Gracie says financial dispute led to his being blackballed
During his more than six-decade career as a rock ‘n’ roll performer, the guitar-strumming Charlie Gracie probably has done everything in the industry but drive the tour bus.
Theatre Albany revue features some of Rodgers and Hammerstein's best known -- and lesser known -- works
“A Grand Night for Singing” opens the 2015-16 Theatre Albany performance season with some rousing, fun tunes from Broadway is a musical revue of the works of Rodgers and Hammerstein.
The group will hold its debut performance Saturday at Old Mt. Zion Church
On Sept. 12, the Albany Civil Rights Institute will present the debut performance of the “Junior Freedom Singers,” a group of 18 Dougherty County School System fifth through ninth graders who will sing some of the songs the Freedom Singers performed during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s
Oklahoma singer one of top acts performing at Macon CountryWide Fest
Keith Anderson left a promising music career behind when his mother was diagnosed with brain cancer. Now he’s back.
Full cast for the 21st season of the show is announced
The contestants, which includes Albany native Paula Deen, were announced Wednesday morning.
Monthly Albany Area Arts Council exhibit to feature works from MillerCoors employees
While employees from Albany’s MillerCoors plant have proven they have a talent for making beer, this month they’ll be showing off skills of a different kind by providing art work for the September exhibit at Albany Area Arts Council’s Carnegie Library headquarters.
The Albany Symphony and guest Tom Fain will open the performing arts season
Opera, jazz and dramatic performances based on works from Shakespeare and Mozart are all included in this year’s “ABAC Presents! Performing Arts Series” at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.
Camilla native Alana McNair returns home to film trailer for Tennie and the Videotape
Camilla residents visiting some familiar haunts last weekend might have noticed something a little different as actors, cameras and a film crew descended on the sleepy south Georgia town as native daughter and filmmaker Alana McNair worked to bring bring her latest creation to life.
Kendrick film opens in 1,135 theaters, more expected to show it
In the weeks ahead, War Room is set to open in Peru on Sept. 10, Sept. 17 in the Dominican Republic, Sept. 18 in Canada and Paraguay, on Oct. 15 in Colombia and Chile, on Oct. 22 in Argentina and on Nov. 6 in South Africa.