Ramblin' Rhodes: Doc Severinsen is bringing 'Big Band' for Evans show

It's been a long, long time since Doc Severinsen, formerly bandleader on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson TV program, performed locally. Specifically, it was April of 1974 at Bell Auditorium. So it is especially interesting that Severinsen, 41 years later at age 88, will launch the seventh season of the Augusta Amusements series on Sept. 12 in Evans.
By Don Rhodes

Le Chat to open theater season with 'The Flick'

If it's a Pulitzer Prize-winning play you want to see, you'll likely find it staged at Le Chat Noir, and this season is no exception with a recent Pulitzer winner, The Flick, opening on Friday, Sept. 11.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

Music by Turner: REO Speedwagon still going strong

Ridin' the Storm Out was the name of REO Speedwagon's first hit single, but that does not mean that the band has had to weather major storms of popularity in their 40-plus-year career.
By Ed Turner

Wine Time: Coté Mas Sud de France Blanc Méditerranée 2014, France

There is still plenty of hot weather ahead, so I am always looking for a nice white wine to go with lighter meals. The Coté Mas Sud de France Blanc Méditerranée is a great choice any time, but especially for warm weather meals.
By Dennis Sodomka

Dine & Dish: Unique Bistro is a unique concept

While I enjoyed the fantastic service and personality of its chef, I'm looking forward to seeing if Unique Bistro can consistently carry through its unique concept.
By Danielle Wong Moores

Ramblin' Rhodes: It's a busy time for playwright, actor and musician Cook

About the only time that Jonathan Cook truly sets aside time just for himself are the pre-dawn hours when he is working out at Gold's Gym.
By Don Rhodes

Kid Rock headlining October show in Evans

MASHaugusta.com announced Monday that Kid Rock will headline a concert on Oct. 25 at Evans Towne Center Park.
By Doug Stutsman

Pop Rocks: Tribute to James Brown can be hashed out in better way

It's been nearly 10 years since he died and still James Brown is still causing a commotion in Augusta.
By Steven Uhles

USC Aiken Cultural Series to bring in global talents

The University of South Carolina Aiken's 29th annual Cultural Series brings in multi-genre performers from all over the globe with six performances planned from October to March.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

Ramblin' Rhodes: 7th season brings in big band, country, rock, more

Mike Deas, the president of Augusta Amusements Inc., once again has lined up some diverse and interesting acts for his seventh season.
By Don Rhodes

Broadway in Augusta series to bring in 'Jersey Boys'

The Tony Award-winning musical, Jersey Boys, will play five nights in December at Bell Auditorium.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

Ramblin' Rhodes: Seldom Scene act will kick off Soul & Song music series

Recently the Morris Museum of Art announced its 2015-2016 lineup for the Budweiser True Music Southern Soul & Song series with museum executive director Kevin Grogan once again coming up with some outstanding acts.
By Don Rhodes

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