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Roaming Around Rome Blog

Want to learn more about Georgia’s Rome? Our writers contribute regularly to this Rome blog. Keep reading to learn about local events, Rome landmarks and our community. Interested in having an event in Rome? Click here to contact the Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Textile History Day to be held at Chieftains Museum

The Center for Public History at the University of West Georgia will host a Textile History Day at Chieftains Museum on this Saturday, July 21. Representatives will be collecting the history of Rome’s mill communities through oral stories and old photographs. Both former mill workers and family members are invited to bring their stories for inclusion.

The Mellow scene

Rome’s Mellow Mushroom restaurant located on Broad Street downtown is a glocal establishment -yes glocal: a mesh of global and local, or in this case, […]

Oak Hill: Go out and do

Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum: a historical time capsule dedicated to a southern and progressive woman of her time. Comfortably set in the […]

Roaming the rivers

Last week, the Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Rome Braves partnered up to showcase the inaugural business voyage of the Roman Holiday […]

Roaming the arts

I started the morning at Berry College’s Spring Craft Fair, so when I arrived at the Civic Center for the Spring Art Market on April […]

It’s the Talk of the Town!

Shorter University’s “It’s the Talk of the Town” musical was fun, entertaining, and well executed. It seamlessly linked together mid-twentieth century musical talent Jerry Livingston […]