Restaurant review: Antojitos Michoacanos at 3975 Arkwright Road, Macon, has delicious dishes inspired by street food you find in western Mexico. We liked the gorditas , the burro blanco, and homemade corn husk tamales.
Restaurant review: Georgia Bob’s at 140 Cane River Drive, Byron, is just one of seven, but the woodsy feel and friendly service make it extra special, as do the pulled pork, rib racks and sliced beef brisket.
The Macon Film Guild presents “The Guilty,” a Danish thriller about policeman, played by Jakob Cedergren, demoted to an emergency dispatch center who takes a call from a woman saying she’s been kidnapped.
Restaurant review: Famous Mike’s at 524 Poplar St., Macon, is know for giant cinnamon rolls, the Allman Brothers Band, big burgers and homemade biscuits. Where else can you get a Whipping Post Pancakes plate?
A free showing of the classic comedy “Safety Last!” is 4 p.m. Sunday as part of the Music and the Arts at Vineville United Methodist Church series. Ron Carter will accompany the film on the church’s pipe organ.
Restaurant review: Company Supply at 107 W. Jackson St., Dublin, has a gorgeous setting, a combination of casual and sophisticated, and a menu that prides itself on fresh ingredients and unique parings.
Restaurant review: Margaritas at Mercer Village at 1602 Montpelier Ave, Macon, serves three tacos for $3 on Mondays, and other treats all week long, including huevos rancheros, taquitos, burritos and chilaquiles.
The Warner Robins Little Theatre’s fundraising Christmas play “Merry Christmas Robert Maxwell” — written by Perry dentist Michael Kinsley — is a holiday play about family aiming to kick off the Christmas season.
Restaurant review: Wok & Roll Chinese restaurant at 789 Ga. 96-2G, Bonaire, has some of the best General Tso’s chicken you’ll ever eat. But their sauce is inferior, ruining several dishes. And the dining are isn’t much.