Valdosta Symphony Honors Recital plays this weekend
Each year, the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra hosts a concerto competition to select the best of the best of Valdosta State University’s music students.
Fazoli’s fans receive red carpet treatment
Fazoli’s has long been a tradition for many families.
Literary Guild learns ‘The Botany of Desire’
The Rev. Chris Michael and his wife, Laura, were guests of the Valdosta Literary Guild at the February meeting.
Strength to the End: Author shares a caregiver’s story
Lucy Carter’s role as a caregiver began not by choice but by necessity.
‘Monuments Men’ not a monumental movie
The Times' movie reviewer looks at "The Monuments Men," "The Lego Movie" and "Vampire Academy."
'Arcadia:' VSU Theatre juggles time and truth
In playwright Tom Stoppard’s “Arcadia,” a young woman named Thomasina is ahead of her time in mathematics — a significant phenomenon given it’s the early 1800s in this household which has the honor of playing host to Lord Byron. Meanwhile, in the present, two scholars visit this same house; while researching a mysterious moment in Byron’s life, they slowly unravel the life of a young 19th century girl named Thomasina.
Having a mother’s nature
Lula Mae Hundley, 94, was the “knee baby,” born into a family of 13 children, according to her daughter and caretaker Mary Pierce. Being the “knee baby” means that she was the second to last born into a family. She was born and raised in Waynesboro, Miss., and had five brothers and seven sisters.
The Ozarks: Crafts and Music of a Bygone Era
A recent journey across northern Arkansas included a visit to Ozark Folk Center State Park.
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.
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