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The Christmas season is shining in metro Albany
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Gena Knox recently published her third cookbook, “Southern My Way: Food and Family,” which is available at Place on the Pointe in Albany.
The annual holiday market is 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday
The Holly Berry Market brings festive cheer for attendees with unique crafts, gifts, and decorations.
Albany utility officials prepare the city's official Christmas tree for Saturday's events.
Members of the family of the late Joe Courson will light the tree before Albany's Celebration of Lights parade.
The 'Peter Pan' production will mix acting and singing with ballet.
Ballet Theater South will bring J.M. Barrie’s classic tale "Peter Pan" to life on the Albany Municipal Auditorium stage on Dec. 6-8.
Some lucky turkeys live to see another day at The White House.
FEATURES COLUMN: Thanksgiving traditions make special memories for family.
For Thanksgiving, there is only one place in this world that I want to be -- my grandmother's house.
The coinciding of the first full day of Hanakkuh with Thanksgiving Day is a rare event.
Hanukkah begins today at sundown, with its first full day of celebration occurring on Thanksgiving Day, marking a rare and very early change from its traditional occurrence later in December.
The Celebration of Lights parade, which attracts about 40,000 people to downtown Albany, will recognize the late Joe Courson, who was a popular media personality from Tifton.
The lights of the Christmas season are starting to shine in Southwest Georgia
Albany and other Southwest Georgia communities get ready for the holidays with lots of festive cheer and fun activities.