Speak song to me: the Macon Music Project
Music is one of the most important things we as humans get to celebrate together . . . It helps us find the humanity in others.
Let’s go to the theatre!
Macon Little Theatre is back after their break from the COVID-19 pandemic! With a greater variety of shows, learn the inside details of running productions from their artistic director…
Black places and spaces: InTown’s proud legacy as a center of Black culture
The second in a series of articles exploring the history of Central Georgia locales and their storied roles in Black culture. Find more at maconmagazine.com.
Middle Georgia gems
A series of articles exploring charming towns worth a day-trip. Read about more locales at maconmagazine.com.
Artists make their mark for the ‘Pinkest Party on Earth’
For us Maconites, we know how truly special and serene it is to be surrounded by the organic beauty of more than 350,000 Yoshino cherry trees.
Unity, principles & purpose
Celebrating 30 years of Kwanzaa in Macon
Lore, light and latkes
Chanukah is the most widely known and most misunderstood Jewish holiday. So, let’s begin by debunking the biggest myth: Chanukah is not the Jewish Christmas. On Christmas, Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus. During
A New Symphony!
Celebrating the Macon-Mercer Symphony
Musical power couple Amy Schwartz Moretti and Steve Moretti reflect on 15 years in Macon
Live music is back!
Catch up with your favorite musicians and where to see them perform