Brunswick's at 6345 Spalding Drive will re-open in the middle of July with new equipment, restaurant and furniture.
The Duluth-based business was a part of the 101th First Lady's Luncheon in Washington, D.C. last Wednesday.
The Rotary Club of Gwinnett County is hosting a comedy night with David Ferrell to raise funds for Rainbow Village.
New London Theatre presents "Hound of the Baskervilles."
Josh Green releases "Dirtyville Rhapsodies," a collection of fictional stories.
The fourth annual Arts in the Park returns to Suwanee's Town Center Park.
The city has honored the fallen soldiers for 20 years in a row.
The Aurora Theatre announces the return of its Lawrenceville Ghost Tours.
This Snellville eatery offers pizza, gelato, pasta and salads.
The annual tradition returns with art and international entertainment May 11-12.
William Thomas Oakes is launching his first novel, "Karma."
The Gwinnett Chapter celebrates 20 years at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds.
PAWfest and Woofstock return in the name of pooches.
Free street performances and jazz are offered this weekend in Norcross.
The Gwinnett Environmentl & Heritage Center opens "Playing Together: Games" May 15.
The middle schoolers of Berkmar United Methodist Church raised more than $4,000 for World Vision.
St. John Neumann Catholic Church is hosting the third annual SMILE 5K and one mile fun run May 11.
"Run for Boston 5K" will benefit The One Fund -- Boston.
Residents and leaders of Duluth gathered to celebrate the National Day of Prayer.
Felines will compete during the Rebel Rousers Cat Club Show.
Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy are stopping by to give out belly laughs at the Fox Theatre.
The story between three friends runs through May 26.
The two-day event boasts more than 150 vendors, plus live music, entertainment and activities for children.
This Lawrenceville spot serves barbecue, sandwiches and fresh sides.
The two singers kick off Buford Community Center's 2013 concert series.
Artist Michael Dillon gave the public a sneak peek to his new work to be displayed in Duluth.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Vargas & Harbin Gallery Studio are celebrating the holiday in Norcross.
Marie and Ed Ferrell joined The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society'sTeam In Training to coach teams and raise money for the cure.
The comedic play "Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody" comes to the Buckhead Theatre in May.
On June 8, the traveling exhibit called "Weebles Coast to Coast" opens at Children's Museum of Atlanta.
Disney On Ice presents "Worlds of Fantasy" is coming to the Arena at Gwinnett Center May 1-5.
It's finally time to put away those winter jackets and remember everything that spring has to offer. Here's a list of a few of the festivals Gwinnett is offering during this festive season.
The museum pays homage to the humans and mammals of the Ice Age.
The city hosts its annual Prayer in the Square to observe the National Day of Prayer.
At the Salvation Army of Gwinnett's luncheon, guest speakers Andy and Aimee Copeland spoke about how their lives changed in the past year to raise money for the Home Sweet Home program.
This Duluth restaurant serves an Italian-Korean infused selection of dishes.
Both events kick off on April 27.
The legendary singer will perform April 27 as well as collect new or gently used musical instruments for The Manilow Music Project.
Ludwig Symphony Orchestra, Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, and the GSO Youth Orchestra perform at the Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center.
"To Kill a Mockingbird" is being performed at Lionheart Theatre through May 12.
The comedy "A Friggin' Christmas Miracle" was shot outside of the Norcross Station Cafe from 4 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 24.
Hundreds of scouts will camp over night and learn new skills on April 27.
The public can meet the artist and look at the design for the roundabout.
Activities include nature tours, an owl presentation and organic popcorn.
Artists entered pieces that they have been working on for the past 12 months.
Jillian Michaels stops by the Fox Theatre on her "Maximize Your Life" tour.
If you want to learn more about being green or need to recycling items responsibly, here are a few places to take you and your family.
Super Incredible Race returns with a free concert afterward.
The story is told through the eyes of a criminal, instead of Jesus.
This Duluth Korean barbecue spot serves raw beef and pork, which is cooked in front of guests.