Kelley Brothers invite friends for golf, music benefit

The Kelley Brothers, Charles of Lady A, and Josh, a well-regarded singer-songwriter in his own right, are giving back to their hometown through the inaugural Kelley Brothers and Friends Golf Tournament and Concert.

Where you live

The pumpkin patch at Marvin United Methodist Church, 4400 Wheeler Road, Martinez, is open 1-7 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday and 1-6 p.m. Sunday.

Sunday tour features historic churches

Fourteen churches throughout downtown Augusta will open their doors Sunday to share their individual and collective histories and demonstrate the impact the faith community has had on the city during its more than 200-year history.

Dine & Dish: These treats will satisfy pumpkin cravings

So I decided to go on a fall spice food tour - local style. Essentially, this meant that I crammed in as many fall-flavored foods and drinks as I could find in the course of a week and a half. Here's what I discovered.

Cher in the City: Augusta City Classic proves to be great motivator

Last weekend I started what I call my Classic Countdown Workout - I start working out three to four days a week leading up to the Augusta City Classic Football Banquet.

Halloween events

Holiday events include haunted attractions, festivals and more

North Augusta hopes for top jubilee attendance

Organizers are stepping things up for the 30th annual Jack-o'-Lantern Jubilee Festival, which is set for Oct. 24-25.

Take aim! Zombies haunt paintball trail

The Haunted Paintball Trail at Augusta Paintball on Barton Chapel Road offers a different type of Halloween scare.

Ramblin' Rhodes: Ann Landers show reminder of her trip to Augusta

Seeing that the Newberry (S.C.) Opera House next week is presenting the touring play Ann Landers: Lady With All The Answers made me think about when the real advice columnist came to Augusta in 1975.

James peppers comic act with humor culled from life

Kevin James might be known best by many as a beloved television comedian. After all, in nearly every American city, The King of Queens is on the air, living on in reruns. But Wednesday, Oct. 29, he's coming to Augusta's Bell Auditorium for a stand-up performance.

Kelley Brothers invite friends for golf, music benefit

The Kelley Brothers, Charles of Lady A, and Josh, a well-regarded singer-songwriter in his own right, are giving back to their hometown through the inaugural Kelley Brothers and Friends Golf Tournament and Concert.

Where you live

The pumpkin patch at Marvin United Methodist Church, 4400 Wheeler Road, Martinez, is open 1-7 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday and 1-6 p.m. Sunday.

Sunday tour features historic churches

Fourteen churches throughout downtown Augusta will open their doors Sunday to share their individual and collective histories and demonstrate the impact the faith community has had on the city during its more than 200-year history.

Dine & Dish: These treats will satisfy pumpkin cravings

So I decided to go on a fall spice food tour - local style. Essentially, this meant that I crammed in as many fall-flavored foods and drinks as I could find in the course of a week and a half. Here's what I discovered.

Cher in the City: Augusta City Classic proves to be great motivator

Last weekend I started what I call my Classic Countdown Workout - I start working out three to four days a week leading up to the Augusta City Classic Football Banquet.

Halloween events

Holiday events include haunted attractions, festivals and more

North Augusta hopes for top jubilee attendance

Organizers are stepping things up for the 30th annual Jack-o'-Lantern Jubilee Festival, which is set for Oct. 24-25.

Take aim! Zombies haunt paintball trail

The Haunted Paintball Trail at Augusta Paintball on Barton Chapel Road offers a different type of Halloween scare.

Ramblin' Rhodes: Ann Landers show reminder of her trip to Augusta

Seeing that the Newberry (S.C.) Opera House next week is presenting the touring play Ann Landers: Lady With All The Answers made me think about when the real advice columnist came to Augusta in 1975.

James peppers comic act with humor culled from life

Kevin James might be known best by many as a beloved television comedian. After all, in nearly every American city, The King of Queens is on the air, living on in reruns. But Wednesday, Oct. 29, he's coming to Augusta's Bell Auditorium for a stand-up performance.