Featuring violin soloist Rachael Fischer, the symphony's program includes Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 5, Op. 107 and M. Bruch's Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 26.
Kodo turns traditional Japanese music into a stunning spectacle of taiko drumming that transcends genres.
All donors will receive Chick-fil-A coupons. To schedule an appointment, contact Diana Zylow
The race benefits ALS research and awareness.
Proceeds from the race will benefit The Cottage Sexual Assault Center & Children's Advocacy Center.
CHAMBER CHANCHERS Contemporary arrangements of music from Lebanon, Turkey, Tunisia, Israel, Spain and the United States.
ATHENS TANGO PROJECT Local group playing Argentine tango, featuring the upright bass talent of Laura Camacho. This show will feature special guest singer Claudia Gargiulo.
DUO GREGO Featuring Fernando Deddos (piano, euphonium) and Pedro Alliprandini (clarinet), Duo Grego plays a variety of Brazilian Choro music.
BATHROOMS New local punk band featuring members of Cancers, Shaved Christ, Little Gold and more.
SLIMY MEMBER Raunchy punk band from Dallas, TX.
GRUMPER Athens-based hardcore band.
CAMP AMPED FINALE SHOW Camp Amped concludes with bands of young musicians showcasing the originals and covers they learned during camp.
Learn how to create cables. RSVP.
Get sweaty doing hot yoga for a good cause. Donations benefit Project Safe.
Team 8 of Dancing with the Athens Stars (RIchard Kimmich and Barb Benson) will raise money for Project Safe.
Licensed pastoral counselor and clinical social worker Barbara McLaughlin will speak on "Types of Dementia and How to Help or Cope."
Celebrate the release of the latest Crop Stories #3: Radish. with a zine sale and radish snacks. Terrapin will unveil a special cask of radish-infused beer.
Trivia hosted by Chris Brewer. Every Sunday.
Test your skills. Every Sunday.
(485 Baldwin St.) Hosted by Dirty South. Every Sunday.
(2440 W. Broad St.) Every Sunday.
(Theatre) Louis Bloom (played by Jake Gyllenhaal) stumbles into a career as a cameraman and begins searching to catch Los Angeles' most shocking crimes. When he catches the eye of a local news director, he goes to increasingly greater lengths.
(Appleton Auditorium) This documentary tells the story of Esther Broner, a Jewish feminist, author, professor and pioneer of the Women's Rights Movement.
Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC (1980–90) examines the early DIY punk scene in the Nation's Capital. See story on p. 11.
A series of short stories written and directed by James Alexander Warren. See story on p. 11.
This documentary follows artist Andrew Ohanesian in the weeks leading up to the biggest show of his career. See story on p. 11.
Start Easter week with a special egg hunt. The golden egg has a special treat.
(Cellar Theatre) Written by UGA alumna Catherine Trieschmann, this is a story of lust, betrayal and the limits of faith in a small Georgia town. See Calendar Pick on p. 19.
(Gardenside Room) Experience the mysteries and magic of nature during an afternoon of storytelling.
Young'uns Clothing & More hosts play groups every Saturday. Lil' Wiggle Worms (9 months & under), 11 a.m.–12 p.m. Galloping Tots (ages 1–2), 1–2 p.m. Horsing Around Young'uns (ages 2 & up), 3–4 p.m. No registration necessary. email@example.com