Ramblin' Rhodes: Seasons will feature tribute artists, bluegrass groups

It's that time of the year when artistic groups are formulating and announcing their new season lineups, and both Augusta Amusements Inc. and the Morris Museum of Art each have some great offerings.
By Don Rhodes

Arts in the Heart festival badges now for sale online

If you're planning to attend this year's 35th annual Arts in the Heart of Augusta festival Sept. 16-18, you don't have to wait to buy your badge at the gate. For the first time, the Greater Augusta Arts Council is offering badge sales online.
By From Staff Reports

Performances will highlight first opera summer institute

The inaugural musical theater and opera summer institute at Augusta University culminates in three performances July 29-31.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

Dine & Dish: Guiseppe's menu full of tasty choices

Guiseppe's Pizza and Italian Specialties on Wheeler Road has been family owned since 1993, offering its famous lunch buffet and its homemade sauces and fresh pizza dough.
By Danielle Wong Moores

Wine Time: Amalaya Blanco 2015, Argentina

With Amalaya wines you won't find anything close to their soil and climate. They are grown in a remote place with extreme conditions. Luckily for us wine drinkers the wines are real bargains.
By Dennis Sodomka

Pop Rocks: What Augusta musical act would you like to see again?

Augusta, to those who pay even a little attention, is considered a music city. With that in mind, I'd like to hear what people think would be the ultimate reunion show.
By Steven Uhles

The Artside: Augusta artist  'happy'  with response to documentary

A few months ago, artist Leonard Porkchop Zimmerman worked on a mural in downtown Augusta with a simple message - "Augusta, I love you." On July 16, Augusta returned the love when more than 750 people attended the premiere of Happy: The Documentary at the Imperial Theatre.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

It's HOT! Beat the heat with cool things to do

Have fun indoors at places like Air Strike Extreme Air Sports, the Augusta Museum of History, the movies and more.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

Ramblin' Rhodes: Men remembered for contributions to culture, music

The good deeds of Native American Chipa Wolfe of Jasper, Ga., still are being remembered by those who knew him through his life-work as a musician, festival promoter and educator.
By Don Rhodes

2016 Summer Camps Guide

From Augusta to Aiken, you can find camps focused on art and music, math and reading, or any sport.

Artists invited to design cover in 5th annual Applaud the Artist contest

The Augusta Chronicle and Applause invite readers to join us in celebrating the arts in our community by entering our fifth annual Applaud the Artist Cover Contest.
By Mary Frances Hendrix

GreenJackets return with excitement

The Augusta GreenJackets return to Lake Olmstead Stadium for another season, this time featuring one of their more talented rosters and a schedule packed with promotions.
By David Lee

CSRA College Night 2016 planned for Sept. 15

CSRA College Night provides an opportunity for students, parents and guidance counselors to learn about education opportunities.

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Steve Miller Band to perform in Augusta on July 19

Tickets for Steve Miller Band's show in Augusta go on sale March 18.
By From Staff Reports