Here we are in the last days of May, moving into Augusta's summer arts season. Early June is the perfect time for outdoor concerts, canal cruises and strolls around our area's great shops and galleries.
Life for Jay Leno these days is different from the daily grind of producing a nightly talk show day-in, day-out. Part of that includes a tour stop in Augusta on June 4.
WNRR Gospel Radio is bringing gospel music to downtown Augusta with the Garden City Music Festival on May 30.
Sometimes it is difficult to decide what kind of wine to serve with a meal.
Delis, to me, are old-fashioned, dark places, where delicious meats are sliced fresh then served up high with secret dressings and presented wrapped in brown paper with a pickle on the side. Jason's Deli is the very opposite of that in many ways.
Every season is summer for former Grovetown, Ga., resident Jim Morris who has found "Trop Rock" beach music fame in southwest coastal Florida.
For many performers, "Les Miserables" is their dream musical. "We had about 100 people audition for this show," said Marcia Harris, director of the Aiken Community Playhouse's production, which opens May 22 for three weekends.
The standard music festival attendee usually approaches the buffet-style slate of acts, both known and unknown, in one of two ways.
Each May, one of the things I enjoy telling younger people (which, these days, is almost everyone) is that "no matter how old you are you never, ever forget how happy you are on the last day of school."
Ray Whitfield didn't put his boxing career on hold nearly five years ago to pursue another position or chase another dream. The Augusta resident did it to save the Augusta Boxing Club.