The Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, now in its 16th season, performed its first Veterans Day-themed event Nov. 12.
The Alpharetta Symphony Orchestra received a Fulton County Arts & Culture contract for services award.
The Alpharetta Symphony Orchestra will present “Wires and Pines,” a concert bringing the warmth and majesty of ancient Rome to Alpharetta on Nov. 4 at Alpharetta First United Methodist Church.
Hosted by the Hebrew Order of David, the Atlanta Kosher BBQ Festival drew around 4,000 visitors to taste Kosher chili, chicken, ribs and brisket at Dunwoody's Brook Run Park.
Shakerag Park was buzzing with almost 12,000 people for the festival of lights this weekend. Johns Creek says it was the first time in Georgia's history for a city-sponsored Diwali event.
New-York based artist Ilan Averbuch is set to create a sculpture for Cauley Creek Park that will measure 18 feet high and 34 feet long out of steel from the historic Rogers Bridge.
The ninth annual Wire & Wood music festival took over downtown Alpharetta Oct. 7-8 with more than 50 performances on stages and at businesses scattered throughout the area.