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Theatre Macon’s Youth Artists’ Company presents “YAC Follies,” a musical showcase

Jules Tollett, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer February 26, 2020
The showcase is a mashup of songs from shows that have been performed by YAC in years past. 
Second-year students Nay Gordon and Sanaa Yusuf bundle up for the incoming winter months and discuss their holiday plans.

Things to do in Macon this holiday season

Jules Tollett, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer November 5, 2019
With the holiday season coming up, Macon is going to be a hotbed of artistic and cultural events. There will be activities for everyone, from festivals to food trucks to fire breathers, all in the heart of the city. 
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Preview: 16th Annual Jazz and Art on Riverdale Festival

Jules Tollett, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer October 23, 2019
The Jazz Association of Macon will be hosting the event Oct. 26. Every year, musicians, artists and patrons gather to listen to music, eat food and celebrate the diverse art culture of Macon. 
Senior Vice President for Marketing Communications and Chief of Staff Larry Brumley gives a tour of the newly restored Capricorn Sound Studio.

Mercer Music at Capricorn to open with events in December

Serena Golden, Photography Editor October 10, 2019
Once a recording spot for iconic groups such as the Allman Brothers Band and Wet Willie, the dilapidated Capricorn Records building saddened Macon’s rock fans for years. Now the studio will open for a second time this December.
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Preview: Macon Wine and Arts Festival to feature boozy bake sale, celebrity chefs, cocktails and more

Jules Tollett, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer September 25, 2019
The Festival was created by the Macon Arts Alliance in order to bring more attention to the art community in Macon and to draw people together.
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Mercer Theatre to present interactive improv show

Nadia Pressley, Arts & Entertainment Editor August 12, 2019
When Martin Noyes was looking for his next career move, he decided to combine the two things he loves most -- theatre and Dungeons & Dragons. Noyes will bring his two passions together as he returns to Tattnall Square Center for the Arts to present his show, “The Blessed Demon,” in August.
Five summer 2019 films you won't want to miss

Five summer 2019 films you won’t want to miss

Connor Cable, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer April 23, 2019
There are many more great films coming out this summer, so this is just a taste of what’s to come. Be sure to catch these movies if you want to beat the heat for a few hours.
Preview: Argus Quartet to play at Wesleyan

Preview: Argus Quartet to play at Wesleyan

Connor Cable April 15, 2019

The renowned musicians of the “Argus Quartet” are coming to Macon on April 2 to deliver a performance at Wesleyan College. Their website calls the group “one of today’s most dynamic and versatile...

The Creek is located in The Rookery on Cherry Street.

Preview: Singer-songwriter Lindsay Beaver comes to Macon

Connor Cable, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer April 10, 2019

There aren’t many artists that sing, write their own music and play the drums-- all at the same time. However, this is exactly what up-and-coming artist Lindsay Beaver can do. Beaver is currently on...

The Middle Georgia Art Association is located on Ingleside Ave.

Middle Georgia Art Association Hosts an Exhibit and Competition with a “Macon” Theme

Jules Tollett March 27, 2019

The Middle Georgia Art Association (MGAA) is hosting a new art exhibit titled “Macon” from March 15 until April 12. The exhibit features both photography and paintings from artists all over Macon. The...

The Hay House on Georgia Avenue is one of the stops on the Lights On Macon tour.

Special guided tour of historic Macon buildings to be led by the Historic Macon Foundation

Chas Pridgen March 27, 2019

The Historic Macon Foundation (HMF) will be hosting a meet and greet event and a guided tour of Macon’s historic buildings on March 28 at 6 p.m. The tour will begin and end at the Sidney Lanier Cottage...

Joey Stuckey plays a song from his new album on guitar.

Joey Stuckey Album Release Party

Jules Tollett March 11, 2019

A man of many talents, Joey Stuckey is not only a Mercer graduate and professor of Music Technology at Mercer, but he is also a nationally recognized musician. Stuckey has released over six albums, has...

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