Columbia County residents are in for an activity-filled month beginning Saturday with Harlem's 28th annual Oliver Hardy Festival and Fort Gordon's Oktoberfest.
Two-time Academy Award-winning director Barbara Kopple has made a career taking on intriguing subjects such as her film Miss Sharon Jones! about the Augusta native and her battle with cancer. But even Kopple probably was not prepared for the enormous amount of media attention given to her documentary Shut Up & Sing.
Augusta Ghost Trolley offers tours year-round, but is kicking off its fall/winter season this weekend with some themed tours available.
The Truck Stop, brainchild of 17-year-old high school student David Brannon, opens Sept. 30 with a bash to raise money for the city's Bark Park. After that, at least two trucks will serve lunch and dinner Monday through Friday.
Most of you probably never see your Augusta Chronicle carrier since they usually deliver the newspaper in pre-dawn hours.
Yonder Mountain String Band is set to perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, at Sky City.
The date was April 9, 2004, and Arnold Palmer was playing his 50th and last competitive round at the Masters Tournament. As with many locals, Palmer was one of my biggest childhood heroes.
If you love '90s music, then you are in luck when the "I Love the '90s Tour" brings a heavy does of nostalgia to James Brown Arena at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6.
There's just about one more month to take a Moonlight Music Cruise before the colder months set in.
It's getting to be the time of year when we start thinking about champagne and sparkling wine for the holidays. Of course, I think we should drink sparkling wine all year, but many people save it for special occasions.