Music by Turner: Relive 1969 with Fogerty

1969 was quite a year for John Fogerty and his band Creedence Clearwater Revival. Can you imagine a recording artist or group these days recording and releasing three top-10 albums of all-new material in just one year?
By Ed Turner

The Artside: Sometimes paintings tell more than what's obvious

When a painting comes into a museum's collection, more often than not there's a story behind it - a story involving the subject, the artist or the donor. In the case of a painting on temporary display at the Morris Museum of Art, there are multiple stories to be told.
By Keith Claussen

Wine Time: Montes Alpha Syrah 2012, Chile

The extended drought in California and other parts of the world has some wine drinkers worried about what might happen to their favorite wines. But in some cases the drought has had a positive effect.
By Dennis Sodomka

Music will fill the air at upcoming festivals

Spring is a great time for many wonderful music festivals in the Augusta area. Here's a look so you can be sure not to miss them.
By Don Rhodes

'Shear Madness' is same story, but different play, every time

Whodunit? Well, that depends on the night. "Shear Madness" is a different show every night, and it's coming to the Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre stage in May.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

Fashion show to benefit Jessye Norman School of Arts

Former international model Gaylord Jenkins is sharing her years of experience with Augusta women through the Friends of Jessye Norman School Fashion, Art, Wines & Cheese event on May 7.
By Dennis Sodomka

Country's Miranda Lambert to perform in Augusta

The reigning ACM and CMA Female Vocalist of the Year will perform at the James Brown Arena on Friday, Oct. 2, as part of her "Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars" tour.
By Doug Stutsman

Singer finds own voice through role in Celtic Woman

Susan McFadden was no stranger to the stage when she joined Celtic Woman three years ago. But her role forced her to do something she had rarely done in front of an audience - be herself.
By Alan Sculley

2015 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 4th annual contest

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

Aiken concert series starts in May

The Hopelands Summer Concert Series at Aiken's Hopelands Gardens begins May 4 with a performance by the Southern Thunder Cloggers.

GreenJackets home season now open

The Augusta GreenJackets will play host to the Rome Braves on April 16 in the team's home opener to kick off its 27th season.
By David Lee

Night at the Movies

New this week: Monkey Kingdom, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2; True Story, Unfriended, While We're Young

Comedy troupe thrills with eXtreme experience

Schrodinger's Cat improv troupe performs on first and fourth Fridays at Le Chat Noir.
By Diana Renee Williams

Pop Rocks: Make time for 'Possibilities'

Eloquent, elegant and written with the sort of honest voice few writers have the skill - or courage - to sustain, Augusta writer Turner Simkins' book "Possibilities," out now, functions as something far more than memoir.
By Steven Uhles

Cher in the City: Experience with Rodney brings me out of my shell

I am an animal lover. I can't remember ever not loving them. However, there is certainly a breed that I have not been able to bond with.
By Cher Best

Dine & Dish: Pay attention because the menu options have changed

What a difference a year makes. 2014-15 has seen an explosion of restaurants opening in the Augusta area, from fine dining to fast food.
By Danielle Wong Moores

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