Drive-By Truckers fans will hear latest music Friday

Friends With Benefits closes out the fall series of the Riverwalk Revival Festival on Oct. 9, with the Drive-By Truckers and Augusta's own T. Hardy Morris.
By Diana Renee Williams

Ramblin' Rhodes: Gibson Brothers' bluegrass derived from unusual beginnings

Almost all of the major bluegrass music acts have come out of Southern states. But The Gibson Brothers duo, who are performing Oct. 9 at Imperial Theatre, is an amazing exception.
By Don Rhodes

Weekend festivals celebrate Greek and Hispanic cultures, chocolate and more

Here's a second chance at the Sassafras and Chocolate festivals, plus the temptation to dine on international cuisine.

Four local legends to perform benefit concert for Jessye Norman School of the Arts

Sibling stage stars Russell Joel Brown and Karen Brown and jazz trombonist Wycliffe Gordon and jazz artist Karen Gordon will perform a concert Oct. 11.
By Susan McCord

Dine & Dish: New owners keep Snug traditions

Located in West Augusta, The Snug, a 20-year-old Augusta dining establishment, just got new owners, who recently announced new dishes and lower prices.
By Danielle Wong Moores

Wine Time: Wild Horse Viognier 2014, Central Coast

The Wild Horse viognier is great example of this varietal, full of floral and fruit aromas and peach and lemon flavors. It is a nice sipping wine, but it is even better with food.
By Dennis Sodomka

Tours offer ghostly encounters

If you like spooky stuff that's still family friendly, take a ride on the Augusta Ghost Trolley or talk a walking tour in a cemetery.

Pop Rocks: Miller Theater possibilities are now more real than ever

On Friday, Oct. 23, the Miller, LLC, in conjunction with Symphony Orchestra Augusta, will launch its public fundraising campaign with an early evening event at the theater.
By Steven Uhles

Meet the voice of Queen Amidala

Voice actress wCatherine Taber will be at the Augusta-Richmond County Public Library on Oct. 10 to discuss her roles on a variety of Star Wars video games and television series.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

Walk with Spirits tour returns

The annual Walk with the Spirits program of Historic Augusta returns to Magnolia Cemetery on Saturday and Sunday with a new selection of grave subjects.
By Bill Kirby

The Artside: Latest Book Tavern exhibit hangs art based on Poe

As Halloween approaches, the Book Tavern will be the spot for a special art exhibit based on the life and works of a master of the creepy and macabre - Edgar Allan Poe.
By Charmain Z. Brackett

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