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Meagan Evans

Meagan Evans

Starting September 16,  cruiser bikes will be available at stations found at Washington Memorial Library, Tubman Museum and Ocmulgee Heritage Trail at Spring St. for any renter 18 years of age and above to use for on-demand, local trips. The bikes are free to rent for the first hour and

Wednesday 9/14 The Floozies COX CAPITOL THEATRE Fueled by the swing of Basie, the birth of Charlie Parker’s bebop, and the wild frontier of electronica. Born in funk and bred in the digital age, live electronic duo The Floozies have burst onto the scene at a time when the industry

      Thursday 9/1 Hindsight THE HUMMINGBIRD Chris Taylor WILD WING CAFE Friday 9/2 Chainsmokin’ Hillbillies 20’S PUB Session Road BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE Good Night Alive, The Band Piano, and Sleep Dance THE HUMMINGBIRD October of 2015 the Macon-based band Good Night Alive released their first music video for the song

After 3 years of design and planning, the bulldozers will roll into Houston County next month.  The 25 acre parcel near the intersection of Highway 96 and Lake Joy Road will be the new home to Rigby’s Water Park and will be located behind the go-cart track. According to Steve

Thursday 8/11 Scott Little WILD WING CAFE Friday 8/12 B. Keith Williams 20’S PUB Ben Olson Trio BEARFOOT TAVERN Marty Manous Band BILLY’S CLUBHOUSE Natalie Brady THE CRAZY BULL Born and raised a red dirt Oklahoma girl, Natalie has grown from the starry-eyed little girl with a musical father into

Put on your dancing shoes! It’s time for Taste of the Arts: Soul Train, Macon’s premiere, themed gala fundraiser benefitting the programs of Macon Arts Alliance! Taste of the Arts will be held Saturday, August 13 at 7 p.m. in the historic Terminal Station. Attendees are encouraged to don their

Thursday 8/4 Savannah Alday WILD WING CAFE Young, soulful Maconite making her name for herself around Middle Georgia. Friday 8/5 Yesterdaze Rock 20’S PUB Steve Holcombe Duo BEARFOOT TAVERN Hailey Whitters THE CRAZY BULL Hailey Whitters, the oldest of six children with hippy-esque names like Tyger, Heavenlei, and River, grew

Submissions were accepted from artists living or attending school in the Macon area. The Macon Music CD project is in its second year and received 36 submissions. From those submissions, nine anonymous judges chose the top ten to be featured on Volume 2. The artists are currently recording their tracks

The four-day Macon Film Festival was named one of Top 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World by MovieMaker Magazine.  Screenings will be held at four venues located within three blocks in downtown Macon: The Douglass Theatre, Theatre Macon, Macon-Bibb Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Cox Capitol Theatre. Filmmaking Songwriter Series Debuts with Six Concerts Six cities to host 18 Georgia singer/songwriters  Songs written by Georgians have helped shape and define American music for decades from Dr. Thomas Dorsey’s “(Take My Hand) Precious Lord” to Johnny Mercer’s “Moon River,” James Brown’s “Cold Sweat” to Otis Redding’s “Respect,” and R.E.M.’s