Exhibit reveals Ruth Kahler’s colorful life
There’s a funny story behind artist Ruth Kahler’s painting of two lobsters on exhibit in her retrospective show coming to a close this week at the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts.
A special Valentine’s
For three years, the Behavioral Health Services of South Georgia has hosted a very special Valentine’s dance. This dance is for their clients who are adults with developmental disabilities who may not otherwise get to experience a typical Valentine’s Day.
Tifton scout honored for bravery
A Tifton scout was recognized for his act of bravery and heroism.
Electronic music festival to light up the woods
While its theme has made it the Southeast’s premier live electronic music festival, Aura has become a celebration of various genres of music and art styles.
Having the world on a string
After Valdosta State University violinist Tiffany Ryce graduates in a few months, she hopes to instill her lifelong passion of music in others.
There are a couple of firsts associated with the coming Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts Presenter Series show. It is the first Presenter Series show ever hosted on a Friday night.
‘Nebraska,’ ‘Llewyn Davis’ an intriguing combination
Our movie reviewer checks out "Nebraska" and “Inside Llewyn Davis.”
‘Osage County’: An interesting visit but wouldn’t want to live there
John Wells (“The Company Men,” 2010) directs this drama based on Tracy Letts’ play. Like “The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013), “August: Osage County” is over the top because its characters are extreme.
Making up a new life
It is a common desire to want a job that doesn’t feel like a job. Everyone tries to pursue a career that is something they genuinely love doing. For Valdosta native Tamika Hancock-Edwards, she was able to do just that.
This month, it’s Olustee and Lake City, Fla.’s turn. For the past few years, from Manassas to Gettysburg, Civil War battlefields and surrounding cities have reaped increased attendance for the sesquicentennial reenactments and commemorations of these battles.
During a mid-February weekend, Olustee will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the only major Civil War battle in Florida, the closest of the war’s major conflicts to Valdosta.
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