A musical interpretation of one of Leonardo da Vinci's most challenging creations – the painting of "The Last Supper" – will be presented by the Maritime Ministry Players at performances on Thursday and Friday at the Averitt Center for the Arts.
Award-winning journalists Ted Koppel, Mara Liasson and Eugene Robinson will speak on "2016 Elections: Voting as an Informed Citizen" on Wednesday, March 23 at 7 p.m. in Hanner Fieldhouse.
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It was a heartbreaking loss for the Gators in a matchup with Hilton Head Christian Academy Monday night at Gator Alley.
LAWRENCE, Kan. - The overall No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament hasn't made it out of the opening weekend the past two years, so you better believe the boys at Kansas feels as if they have something to prove.
PALM HARBOR, Fla. - This was always going to be a challenging year for JordanSpieth, and not just on the golf course.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - When Team Penske pulled Will Power out of the season-opening race hours before its start, questions immediately swirled about the health of one of IndyCar's top drivers.
HANOVERTON, Ohio - The tumultuous presidential primary season barreled toward a potentially decisive day for both Republicans and Democrats, with enough delegates up for grabs Tuesday to turn Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton from front-runners to likely nominees.
ATLANTA - Georgia lawmakers are barreling toward the end of the 40-day legislative session with several closely watched bills still under review.
The popular Holiday Pizza is back and, to my taste, better than ever. After being closed for nearly three years, brothers Nick and Johnny Kalloniatis along with their mother Dia have rebooted the popular eatery.
Edenfield, Cox, Bruce & Classens, P.C. announces Benjamin J. Colson was named a partner with the firm and Joe E. Mathews, Jr, has also joined the firm.
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department is discouraging state court systems from jailing poor defendants who fail to pay fines or fees, warning against practices that it says run afoul of the Constitution and erode community trust.
It has been said that adventure is the best way to learn. Few could argue the truth of this statement, but how many of us would actually pack our bags and move across the world?
Dr. Roger Branch Sr. is a professor emeritus of sociology and long-time chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Georgia Southern University, where he served from 1970-2000.
Nestled among the oak trees of what was once the Gesmon Neville Family Farm, The Lodge at Bethany, an extension of the long-standing history of ...
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