Cook High ready for the ‘Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged’
Imagine “The Complete Works of Shakespeare” in about 90 minutes, with those populations of characters played by three actors, and even the tragedies coming across as comedies.
Battle on the Border
Bridgemen’s marching band competition returns this weekend
For the Love of the Sport
Debbie Southerland of Brooks County was one of 140 in Georgia’s Zone Two to receive an alligator tag this past August. Southerland chose Zone Two because she wanted to hunt on Lake Seminole because it has a history of harboring large alligators.
Movie reviews: 'Gravity,' 'Runner Runner,' 'Grace Unplugged'
Book explores Jewish heritage of Valdosta
In his latest book, “Chant of Ages; Cry of Cotton,” Louis Schmier shares a story that is both telling and funny, and an encounter that has happened more than once.
80-year-old wins medals
Theatre Guild hosts auditions for ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
Theatre Guild Valdosta prepares to bring one of the 20th century’s greatest novels to the Dosta Playhouse stage later this year, but it must first find area people to play Atticus Finch, Scout, Jem and Boo Radley.
This evening and Tuesday, Theate Guild hosts auditions for playwright Christopher Sergel’s dramatization of Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Art as Life
Artist Steven Michael Tette Sr.’s paintings capture moments not just in a life but moments that seem to resonate with American lives.
Confessions of a Broadway Boy
One of the things Omar Lopez-Cepero loves about being a member of the Broadway Boys is he can perform on Broadway in a show like “American Idiot,” or tour with “Evita,” or perform on television specials like the Grammy and Tony awards, then return to the rotating stable of performers in the Broadway Boys.
‘On the Edge’ will keep audiences on the edge of their seats
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