Rome Shakespeare Festival founder Gail Deschamps said their first attempt at doing classic theater — “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” — on the Town Green was an artistic, cross-cultural and, possibly, financial success.
As his June 15 concert with fellow “The Voice” contestant Emily Ann Roberts at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre approaches, Marietta’s own country crooner, Zach Seabaugh, released his first single today.
Thirteen young women from the greater Rome area began their debutante year Saturday evening when they were presented at the 27th Rome Symphony Debutante Ball. The ball was held at the Coosa Country Club and benefits the Rome Symphony Orchestra. The 2016 Rome Symphony Debutantes are:
CAVE SPRING — Any hearing person would walk into the room and assume the patrons were having a quiet meal. But a closer look would reveal excited conversations happening across the table, laughter and fellowship among a group of more than 20 deaf individuals who gathered at the restaurant to watch the season finale of “Dancing With the Stars.”
While visitors to Saturday’s Atlanta Steeplechase at Kingston Downs may simply think of it as one of spring’s biggest parties, jockey-turned-trainer Kevin Tobin calls it “the ultimate test of man and beast.”
Ella Claire Chambless, a senior at Model High School, wowed the judges with a vocal solo at the annual Kiwanis Club Music Showcase to take first place and a $1,000 scholarship. Also, four a cappella harmonizers from Coosa High and Pepperell High calling themselves Off Constantly hit the right notes to land in third place and win a $200 scholarship. The quartet included: sophomore Christopher Morgan and freshman Zac Mitchell from Coosa High School; and juniors Max Rampley and Brice Green from Pepperell High School.