Singer/songerwriter and Rome native Dawson Edwards will be performing at The Brewhouse on March 1.
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The Georgia Highlands College Lakeview Art Gallery in Rome is currently showing art from GHC Professor of Art Brian Barr’s drawings for a children’s book series called “Martin the Guitar.” The gallery is free and open to the public and will be available Monday through Friday.
The 22nd Biennial Lords and Ladies Cotillion and Scholarship Program, sponsored by Theta Omicron Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., is underway.
Seven women from the Rome area will be presented at the 30th Annual Rome Symphony Orchestra Debutante Ball on June 1 at the Coosa Country Club. The ball is a major fundraiser for the symphony. Mrs. John Porter Ingram is the chairwoman for this year’s event. The 2019 Rome Symphony Debutantes are:
Tickets are still available for the Exchange Club Family Resource Center's 19th annual Night at the Movies on Feb. 26.
Tickets are on sale for the fourth annual “An Evening on the Runway,” the popular community catwalk presented by Redmond Regional as a benefit for the Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation.
“Blue in the face” — Does that term ring a bell? Ever used it before? If you know the meaning of blue in the face that’s where I am at when it comes to stopping the most savage and heinous pruning I have every witnessed on one tree in particular and that’s our majestic crape myrtle.
On Feb. 21, the Northwest Georgia WINDS will present a special free concert, “A Wing and a Prayer: Music for the Heart and Soul” featuring Rome’s Own Gospel Choir, directed by Marvin Williams.
Leonard "The King" King turned 80 years old Wednesday and told his friends and co-workers at the Network Day Service Center that he has no plans whatsoever for retirement.
While workers have been climbing scaffolding and restoring the exterior of Rome’s most recognized landmark, the majestic city Clock Tower recently received a different kind of facelift, courtesy of local landscape artist John Schulz.
The Rome Symphony Orchestra will present “Southern Bel Cantos,” an evening of song on Feb. 9 featuring soloists from the Nashville, Atlanta and Chicago Opera companies.
Broadway stars of “Wicked” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” was originally slated to be today at Berry College’s Sisters Theatre has been postponed.
The Rome High School Grand Finale and Rome Middle School Grand Illusion Show Choir recently presented their 2019 competition routines for a crowd of eager spectators.
Artworks by Shorter University faculty members Micah Cain, Margie Monde, and Dr. Fabrice Poussin will be featured in an exhibit at the university’s Arnold Art Gallery from Jan. 28 through Feb. 1.
ROME, Ga. – Humanitarian and activist Cara Yar Khan will be sharing her story of overcoming adversity and disability exclusion at 7 p.m. Wednesday (Jan. 16) in the Berry College Krannert Ballroom.
It’s time to reserve your spot and join more than 1,500 glowing, green-garbed, bubble-blasting, foam-frolicking runners and walkers along the trails and streets of Downtown Rome for the 2019 edition of the Harbin Clinic Leprechaun-a-thon on Saturday, March 16.
One Book, Many Voices in Rome is proud to partner with Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home to announce the selection of the novel Thirteen Moons by award winning author Charles Frazier as the community book for 2019.
Sarah Burks was driving her husband’s customized Chevrolet Corvette shortly after his death in 2017 when she felt the call to return to the horse show world after three decades away.
Jennifer Tinsley began feeling a pull to get into painting about seven years ago. She now believes that feeling was a calling from God, but at that time, she never thought she’d be producing art professionally.
In honor of Black History Month, Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home will co-sponsor a workshop to help you find your African American ancestors at the Rome-Floyd County Library from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. on Saturday, February 2nd in the Coosa Room. Sponsored in-part by both the Alpha Kappa Alpha …
A partnership between the City of Rome’s Downtown Development Authority and the Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation brings “Holiday Hangout at the DeSoto” on Saturday starting at 6 p.m.
Beginning Jan. 16, Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home will present “Of Influence: Portraits of Cherokee People,” a traveling exhibition on loan from the Oklahoma History Center and funded by a grant from the Rome Area Council for the Arts.
Many Rome residents have heard of, and attend DragonCon, a multigenre science fiction and fantasy convention held annually in Atlanta.