Halloween events include ghost stories and festivals.
The Western Carolina State Fair runs Thursday, Oct. 20, through Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Aiken Fairgrounds, 561 May Royal Drive.
So I find myself in sort of an unusual position. On one hand I find myself prepared to praise a romantic comedy - a literary form I've long approached with a certain skepticism.
My brother Mark was in tears - and it was a good thing. He'd ordered his spicy squid as hot as Happy House Korean Restaurant could make it.
With the holidays coming up, there will be a lot of opportunities to purchase artwork at affordable prices. So artists, get ready. I have a couple of places for you to submit your work to. One is right around the corner.
On the heels of a national sold-out tour, box office sensation and television icon Martin Lawrence has returned to the comedic stage for his first stand-up routine in 14 years. He brings his "Doin' Time" routine to James Brown Arena on Oct. 22.
This September, ZZ Top fans got the chance to enjoy something the group has rarely done in a career that now stretches more than 40 years - a live album. On Oct. 26, Augusta-area fans will get to hear the band live in concert.
Phil Galaviz of Lawrenceville, Ga., promises that the Native American festival being held this weekend near Augusta Regional Airport - an offshoot of the Oka'Chaffa Indian Festival held the past four years - will not only be as good as ever, it absolutely will be better than ever.
It's getting close to Halloween so you had better start looking for those special wines for the big Halloween party.
Make a reservation now to be at Fat Man's Mill Cafe, 1450 Greene St., Thursday, Oct. 27, to hear Irish traditional and folk music.