Augustan will have signing for new book Under the pen name J.A. Stone, Augustan JoAnn Appleton has written what has been called a "thinking woman's beach book" titled Life Unexpected.
Today there are many women broadcasters, black and white, in radio and television locally. But in the 1960s you could count those pioneer women broadcasters on one hand with one of the earliest and most popular being Evelyn Smith Lowe, better known to her WTHB-AM listeners as "Miss Soul."
New this week: Focus, The Lazarus Effect, Still Alice, Whiplash
Pianist Michael Kaeshammer returns to the J.S. Hardin Performing Arts Center in Evans on March 7.
The Taylor BMW Broadway In Augusta series presents Bill Cosby at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, at Bell Auditorium.
Now I had heard rumors, but last week, the rumored became official. The Edison Project put up a Facebook page. You can't get more official than that. They've also booked a gig.
Although one of the founders of Juilliard in Aiken died last April, his legacy continues.
Sandwich City serves more than just sandwiches? That was my surprised thought as I surveyed the diner's interior, warm with the scents of fried chicken, mac and cheese, and Southern veggies.
The Amauta Corte I, also called Inspiration, is a lush, full-bodied wine that packs a punch.
A day spent with the re-enactors attending the Battle of Aiken on Friday and Saturday will reveal a culture of passionate men and women bonded by a mutual love of American history and camaraderie born from collective hardship.