Stories by Caroline Price

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Gear up with these gadgets

BELKIN VOICE RECORDER FOR IPOD: Records audio and stores on your iPod as an MP3. Great for taping long lectures; $50.
By Caroline Price

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Be quick on the draw

So you want to be a cartoonist? Are you quick on the draw? Here's your chance to prove it. Aspiring cartoonists can enter our "So You Think You Can Draw?" contest.
By Caroline Price

Thursday, July 10, 2008


Augusta native Sandra Whittaker began painting only in the last 10 years.
By Caroline Price

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Former mayor and wife decorated Summerville home

Local Realtor Gwen Fulcher Young knows more than just how to sell a house; she knows how to decorate one.
By Caroline Price

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Colors, beauty inspire student

Briyanna Burnes, 14, finds passion through art.
By Caroline Price

Teen's award-winning work is on display

At 13, Morgan Berry is already an award-winning artist. The rising eighth grader at C.T. Walker Magnet School has won numerous awards for her artwork.
By Caroline Price

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Wright portrays wildlife through painting

Local artist Georgene Wright has her art displayed at Gallery on the Row in Augusta.
By Caroline Price

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Program aims to put stop to abuse

Dan Hillman wants to help stop child abuse. And the best place to start is to get adults involved and aware of the problem, according to Mr. Hillman, the executive director of Child Enrichment Inc.
By Caroline Price

Kids can send free messages overseas

Servicemen deployed overseas can expect quick delivery of messages from their children this Sunday for Father's Day.
By Caroline Price

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Book Roundup

Georgia and South Carolina writers have been busy. Here's a sampling of recent releases:
By Caroline Price

Home is designed for ease of movement by occupants

An open floor plan means freedom for Kevin Grubb, of Hephzibah. Mr. Grubb, who is paraplegic, and his wife, Debbie, live in a 2,775-square-foot house in Spread Oak subdivision that is completely ...
By Caroline Price

Friday, June 6, 2008

Day lily group opens gardens this weekend

The Daylily Society of Greater Augusta will stage its Show and Open Gardens on Saturday and Sunday.
By Caroline Price

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Video Games: Wii Fit

A video game that encourages you to lose weight? That's the premise of Wii Fit.
By Caroline Price

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Region's attractions offer plenty of options

By Caroline Price, Kelly Jasper, Sarah Day Owen, Steven Uhles and Tharon Giddens

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Artist paints childhood with realism, imagination

Augusta artist Margaret Ann Smith grew up admiring the historical sites of her hometown. Her works are based off realism, but her imagination tends to venture into the largest of places when she ...
By Caroline Price

Monday, May 26, 2008

Augusta library offering downloadable audiobooks

You can save gas money and still visit the library this summer as the East Central Georgia Regional Library is offering free audiobook downloads online.
By Caroline Price

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Bodybuilding keeps 65-year-old young

Sam J. Bryant is working to spend the rest of his life healthy.
By Caroline Price

Tuesday, Aug 1, 2006

Knowing what to expect can make arrival at college easier

It doesn't seem like it was a year ago, but I fondly remember walking across the stage decked in black and gold for graduation.
By Caroline Price
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