For the artists who are members of Kudzu Art Zone, the work they create is subjective: Each viewer has his or her own impressions of a piece. In the gallery's latest exhibit, viewers can get a little insight into the artists' minds.
Christmas is coming early to New London Theatre, this year via an old, borrowed bus.
BUFORD -- For most of his life, Clyne Veal wouldn't talk about the day the USS Emmons sank during World War II.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- A Sugar Hill man's ancestry is the focus in a recent segment of a PBS program.
Two films opening this weekend contain scenes shot right here in Gwinnett.
Wild Bill's is closing out its fall country music concert series with a cross-over artist from the realm of rap-rock music.
Lionheart Theatre Company's current production, "Strange Snow," follows two Vietnam war veterans readjusting to life at home after experiencing war abroad.
The stage will be teeming with insects -- crickets springing lithely into the air, spiders flowing gracefully over a web, ants playfully juggling their food.
For country songstress Patty Loveless, encouraging others to get screened for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease -- a serious condition that affects a person's ability to breathe -- is personal.
Gwinnett residents can learn more about the county they call home Saturday. The Gwinnett History Museum, part of the new History and Culture Program at the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center, is sponsoring its annual historic bus tour. The tours will take participants on a comfortable ride via motor coach throughout the county with guides pointing out historic places and discussing notable events and people.
A local legend who spent his Saturday nights playing bluegrass music for standing-room only crowds in a small Suwanee venue named for his family has died.
Trick-or-treaters who score lots of candy this Halloween -- or those who lack a sweet tooth -- can trade their extra or unwanted treats for cash.
It's been voted the No. 1 haunted house by USA Today, HauntWorld magazine and Fangoria magazine. And it's right here in Gwinnett.
It's a holiday with origins dating back 2,000 years and brings out the kid in all of us every Oct. 31. Here's a look at what's happening this Halloween weekend in Gwinnett.
After two seasons dancing with the Orlando Ballet, Deonte Hansel has gotten much closer to his Gwinnett dance roots -- the 22-year-old is now performing with the Atlanta Ballet in its season opener "Moulin Rouge," which is in its final weekend run at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. Hansel took his first ballet class with Gwinnett Ballet Theatre, under the direction of Lisa Sheppard. He talks to staff writer Deanna Allen about his background in dance.
Director Scott Rousseau recommends audiences bring along tissues to New London Theatre's current production.
The Christmas spirit will settle in at the Fox Theatre early this year. The holiday musical "White Christmas," with music and lyrics penned by songwriting great Irving Berlin, will open Tuesday for an eight-performance engagement. Atlanta is the opening city on the national tour.
A community fall festival in downtown Lawrenceville, now in its second year, will assist the Lawrenceville Co-op's efforts to provide food for those in need.
DULUTH -- The first recipe Angelina Clark planned to try cooking at home was the upside down banana pecan French toast.
DULUTH -- In the decade that Peachtree Christian Hospice has served the Gwinnett community, the Duluth facility has cared for more than 5,000 terminally ill patients in their final days.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- In the race for Georgia's District 4 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, the only way Liz Carter has been able to square off in debate with Hank Johnson is through animated segments created by Carter's own campaign.
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Daily Post will celebrate Veterans Day with a concert featuring the internationally acclaimed United States Army Field Band and Soldier’s Chorus.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Clyde Strickland's wife, Sandra, was diagnosed with cancer at 28. His brother died at 71, his father-in-law at 52 and his mother-in-law at 67, all after battling the disease.
NORCROSS -- The city of Norcross is planning to make its newest parking lot less of an eyesore and more green than gray.
BUFORD -- The Mall of Georgia is expecting snow Saturday.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Gwinnett County Public Schools is set to debut a new, locally produced television show that will encourage a love of reading.
Carissa Capobianco hadn't intended to audition for the role of Sarah Tweedy in the Walt Disney Pictures film "Secretariat."
The Hudgens Center for the Arts is celebrating photography this October and November.
NORCROSS -- A local church and business have partnered and embarked on a monthlong food drive to curb hunger in Norcross.
NORCROSS -- Carley Edge spends her days working as a dog groomer in Hamilton Mill. But come nightfall, the 24-year-old morphs into a monster.Photo slide show inside
The first time a spirit spoke to Chip Coffey, he brushed it off.
BUFORD -- It's not every day one has the opportunity to see a film sitting in the same theater as one of the movie's actors.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Miranda and Peter Chave want to show other Gwinnett residents what they have been doing to lessen their impact on the environment.
Short-grain, long-grain, basmati, jasmine.
A local sorority chapter and its nonprofit affiliate have partnered with State Farm to offer free training for aspiring female entrepreneurs.
NORCROSS -- Norama Cisco planted flowers Friday morning in front of the home of a family she had never met. Photo slide show inside
LAWRENCEVILLE -- After selling their home in North Carolina and spending more than a year in an RV traveling throughout North America, a family of five has decided to plant new roots in Gwinnett County.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- One of the biggest measures of the success of this year's fair season compared to last is the increase in the number of people who turned out.
On stage this week at the Fox Theatre, former Snellville resident Diana DeGarmo will look very different from the 16-year-old girl who placed second in season three of "American Idol."
The breaking point came when a little boy throwing rocks shattered a glass lantern outside Laurie Attaway's restaurant, the child's mother standing just five feet away.
Jason Neal fluffed the hair on the hind legs of a docile, six-month-old Charolais heifer Monday, spraying tail adhesive -- "It's sort of like a super, super strong hairspray," he said -- to set the hair in place.
At just three days old, Ellie Mae is as friendly as can be, bounding up to greet 5-year-old Anastasia Mathis and her 3-year-old sister Brianna, who stood outside her pen Monday.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Sara Gruen fielded questions Thursday evening about her writing process, the parallels she has made to Biblical characters and her experiences communicating with a group of apes living at a research facility in Iowa.
LAWRENCEVILLE -- A section of bright yellow track hung suspended from cables attached to a crane high above the fairgrounds Wednesday afternoon as workers pieced together the colorful Crazy Mouse roller coaster.
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LAWRENCEVILLE -- It's that time of year again, when the Gwinnett fairgrounds come alive with the thrill of rides, the anticipation of playing games of chance, the aroma of fabulous foods and the excitement that goes along with the annual county fair.
The glow of colorful neon lights gives Gold Medal Diner what Peter Costapoulos said is n more traditional diner atmosphere one might find in New York establishments.
The acclaimed concert experience features members of RAIN performing live as the Beatles. Bithorn takes the stage as lead guitarist George Harrison, impersonating Harrison from his look and accent down to his vocals.
The Aurora Theatre's current stage production features a single cast member. It's a one-man show that puts actor Daniel May at the center of a story that comically explores the complex relationship between a man and his father.
BRASELTON -- Five tons of merlot is slowly fermenting in seven large, white containers inside the Chateau Elan Winery. On Monday, Brian Womack and Eli Watson used large shovels to punch down the cap of grape skins that had formed on the surface of the fermenting wine. Punching down the cap -- mixing the skins with the deep, reddish purple, aromatic liquid -- extracts color and flavor from the grape skins. Winery employees will do this three times a day, even on weekends.Photo slide show inside