‘Noah’ fails to stay afloat
Our reviewer looks at the movies "Noah" and "Sabotage."
Stand Up America Rally this weekend
It’s not a political rally, but rather a gathering this weekend to “stand up and say we want America back.”
CASA volunteers sworn to service
On Thursday, March 13, the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of the Alapaha Judicial Circuit welcomed eight new members to the CASA program.
Computer scientist develops love of teaching
Growing up in India, Krishnendu Roy didn’t have much programming experience when he graduated from high school outside of playing DOOM and Diablo, but he knew that’s what he wanted to study.
Public auction showcases collection of a private man
Jack Wooten was a private man with public interests.
Early Settlers: Creating the population of Lowndes County
If you want to go back to the true beginning of Valdosta and Lowndes County, then you have to go back a few hundred years. Before the county was even established, the area played host to Timucua, Hitchitee, Seminoles and Creek tribes, with different tribes living here at different points. Mostly, the area was used as a hunting ground.
Sci-fi flick ‘Divergent’ makes little difference
Our reviewer looks at the movies "Divergent," "Muppets Most Wanted" and "God's Not Dead."
Valdosta State University’s ‘Evita’ connects the dots for magical theatre
Live theatre works best when it inspires an audience to connect the dots.
Quota Club helps survivor of train accident
Every March, the Quota Club takes on a project for the month in honor of Quota Cares Month.
VSU Dance selected for Gala
Two Valdosta State University Theatre & Dance pieces were selected this past weekend to be included in the prestigious Gala performance of the American College Dance Festival Association Southeast Regional Conference.
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