On Wednesday, with only a single camera framing the four members, the rock band Clutch played to an invisible audience as if they were in a venue full of die-hard fans.
With the dark cloud of the current COVID-19 pandemic, it’s tough to find silver linings. But if you look hard enough, you can spot them. There are the obvious ones, like how the best of us step up — despite the danger — to take care of those who need assistance: doctors, nurses, grocery stor…
“Hollywood,” the latest project from Ryan Murphy (creator of shows including “Glee,” “American Horror Story” and “Pose”), is a seven-episode Netflix series that takes a unique look at the Golden Age of show business. Like most of his work, the tone is all over the place, with the angel and d…
A group of retired teachers donated 37 books to honor a legend who made a significant impact not only on Carrollton’s educational system, but also influenced changes in early childhood education across the entire state.
The Kiwanis Club of Carrollton recently held its weekly meeting where guest speaker Bryan Scott, lead manager of Worthwhile Pursuits, LLC®, showcased the a new entity of children’s entertainment.
Country legend John Conlee — Mr. Rose Colored Glasses — a regular performer at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville will be bring his talents to Carrollton on Sunday, March 1, at 3 p.m. for a show at the Townsend Center for Performing Arts on the University of West Georgia campus.
As we move into the “dog days of summer,” the Carrollton Center for the Arts is preparing for an exciting season of fall arts classes offered for both adults and children.
Singing, dancing and little stand-up comedy will be on the program this weekend, when the first-ever Main Street Live talent competition takes place in Villa Rica.
Beginning with a church camp event in Petersburg, Michigan, in 1986, Kim and Phil Collingsworth have built a renowned gospel group. With their four children, the Collingsworth Family has performed throughout the U.S. and abroad.