All that glitters
The Tribe Macon shines in venues around Central Georgia, elevating drag shows to an enviable business model. But there's more than makeup and padding that makes these artists transformational.
Treasure Maps: Macon
The Storytelling Project returns to Macon to chronicle the lives of people with developmental disabilities
Conducting Life: A documented beginning
Among Macon's brightest musical luminaries, Roderick Cox has taken his place on the podium on the world stage.
Tabitha’s Top 10 in the 478
A film-lover's list of places to be and events to explore in Central Georgia
The Museum of Arts & Science’s annual Fulldome Festival returns for its fifth year
This August, adults can immerse themselves in travel, stories, and cutting-edge art; families can dive into the inner workings of trees; and kids can submerge themselves in a coral reef and explore distant moons - all from the comfy seats
A Day in the Life: Intern takes on Downtown Macon
Join our intern Savannah Smith as she explores Downtown Macon's eats and attractions.
Otis Redding Foundation makes Macon proud
The Otis Redding Foundation has recently been recognized as a Southern Cultural Treasure by South Arts.
Summer must-reads with Middle Georgia Regional Library
Macon Magazine spoke to active readers in the Macon community so you and your student can have a list of books to begin with.
It’s all in the skills
The sign at his display table simply said, in scrawled letters, "Paul Hornsby: Primitive Skills."It didn't say, "Paul Hornsby: renowned musician and platinum record producer for groups including the Marshall Tucker Band, the Charlie Daniels Band and Wet Willie and
Something to Bragg about: Marketing a legacy
For more than two decades, Bragg Jam has been a music staple in Macon. What started as a way for friends and family to grieve the loss of two brothers quickly turned into a highly anticipated festival every summer.