Despite its title, Green Day's American Idiot has international appeal and breaks cultural barriers.
The eighth annual National Collegiate Disc Golf Championships begins today at the Hippodrome Disc Golf Complex in North Augusta and will feature its largest field yet. Gates open at 2 p.m. each day and the lead card tees off at 4 p.m.
Never Walk Alone, a benefit for the GRU Cancer Center set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 19, will feature soprano Cynthia Lawrence and her husband, tenor, Mark Calkins, accompanied by Rosalyn Floyd on piano.
One of the better bargain Pinots I've come across recently is from Geyser Peak, one of California's oldest and most renowned wineries.
This weekend and next, Le Chat Noir brings back Quickies, its annual short play festival featuring original scripts by local authors.
The Academy of Country Music's 49th annual awards show was held in Las Vegas on April 6 with its usual weird mix of Hollywood, rock, sports and people-you've-never-heard-of folks as presenters and performers.
Whew! This year's Masters was another winner in every sense of the word.
WHAT: To celebrate Earth Day next Tuesday, you might want to consider drinking wine from a winery that is doing its best to minimize harmful effects on the environment. That should be easy because so many wineries are using sustainable practices now.
Several Augusta-area artists are exhibiting in the second ArtFields competition and festival in Lake City, S.C. April 25-May 4.
Here's a list of recommendations for "don't miss" dining in Augusta. These are the places I'd tell my friends and family, "If you come to Augusta, we have to try this place!" I also surveyed my friends and neighbors for their faves, too.