Local actors, dancers and those who prefer to work behind the scenes have another avenue to showcase their talents.
In just a week, Romans of all ages can relive the classic struggle of what it’s like to have grown up on the wrong side of the tracks.
Pianist Dr. Kevin Ayesh will perform at Shorter University’s Brookes Chapel Thursday, Jan. 22 at 7:30 p.m. The performance is free and open to the public.
With an eye toward encouraging the community to be more involved in church, Dykes Creek Baptist Church brought in some fast cars and drivers for Race Car Sunday.
“What do you do when God is silent?”
“Two hands are better than one.”
ROME, Ga.— Darlington’s fine arts department will present “Once Upon a Mattress” Feb. 13-15 at the Historic DeSoto Theatre. Doors will open Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., with show time at 7:30 p.m. The Sunday matinee begins at 2:30 p.m., and doors open at 2 p.m.
Shorter University welcomes The Ossabaw Artists’ Collective for the coalition of visual artists exhibit “Ossabaw Island: Holy Ground” at the Arnold Art Gallery from through Feb. 6.
Chieftains Museum and Major Ridge Home is hosting an art contest open to students from 8th through12th grades.
There are no visits from Santa Claus on Christmas Eve for many Latin American children, according to Esparanza Almaras.
As the eagles nesting behind Berry College’s Cage Center take turns incubating a pair of eggs, eagle watchers say they are seeing “sub-adult” eagles in the area with greater frequency.
Bull riding excitement returns to The Forum Friday and Saturday.
Rome residents who want to showcase their talents and celebrate the incomparable 80s can do just that at a Junior Service League event on Jan. 18.
CounterPoint Music Festival will not turn the volume up this year.
There’s a moment, right before you hit the water on New Year’s Day, when you still feel warm.
Samantha Perry had hoped for a December baby.
Jerry on the Moon just performed a New Year’s Eve gig at Rome’s newest Broad Street bar, Dark Side of the Moon.
Christian band Rend Collective will perform at Mount Berry Church on Jan. 29.
A little dog with a will to survive got a loving home at the start of the new year and a family got another pet to care for after having to give up a very sick one.
Rome restaurants have it covered for anyone wanting to watch football and enjoy some food on New Year’s Day.
From jam bands to rockabilly groups, from country music to deejays spinning Top 40 hits, there will be plenty of local musical talent in downtown Rome ringing in 2015 on Wednesday evening.