On Monday October 21, Broad Street got jazzed up by the Berry College Jazz Ensemble and Jacksonville State University’s two jazz bands, along with Half-Baked Tofu, another Berry student band.
As the weather gets cooler and the spooky decorations go up, there’s no better break from a day of pumpkin patches and costume shopping than curling up with a blanket for a movie night.
Berry annually holds a homecoming church service at Possum Trot on the third Sunday of September.
This year, homecoming gathered former students of the school at Possum Trot and their families, tracing a tradition back to the 1930s.
Rome prepares to celebrate ‘spooky season’ Variety of haunted houses and tours return to Rome for October
Taylor Corley, Campus Carrier arts and living editor Mya Sedwick, Campus Carrier staff writer October has officially begun and “spooky season” is upon us. There is no better time than now to wear crazy costumes, […]
Brooke Cobb, Campus Carrier staff writer Honeymoon Bakery, located on Broad Street, is taking part in the Mountain Day celebrations. In past years, the bakery has offered cookies with Martha Berry’s photo on them during […]
Rome Axe Throwing, one of the newest additions to the entertainment scene in Rome, provides our community with the unexpected thrill we didn’t know we needed.
A look at the founder of Rome Knitterati and the organization’s impact on downtown Rome.
On Nov 12, Disney will enter the world of streaming services when it rolls out Disney Plus, set to be a major rival of Netflix and Amazon’s Prime Video.