To celebrate the paperback release of "Bull Mountain," several artists have created art for an exhibit June 27 at The Book Tavern.
It's the perfect double play of timeless classic rock. In less than one week, locals can enjoy a pair of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members in concert playing within easy driving distance of Augusta.
The funeral and life celebration service for 82-year-old Don McKinnon in the historic Beech Island, S.C., Baptist Church reminded me once again that you don't have to become famous to make a difference in the lives of so many people.
From the wines I have tasted, I would say the three best places in the world to grow pinot noir grapes are the Burgundy region of France, Marlborough in New Zealand and the Willamette Valley in Oregon.
It's hot and getting hotter and summer hasn't officially begun (the first day is June 20)! Make a plan to chill out at one of these cool places.
Savannah Sunrise, a movie that was filmed mostly in Augusta late last year, will make its television debut on the INSP network at 8 p.m. Sunday, June 26.
Cody Ray Slaughter, an Elvis Presley tribute artist, has been barnstorming the nation since June 2015 with his Elvis '56 show. The production will wrap up at Augusta's Imperial Theater at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 25.
Whether we like it or not, Facebook has become a de facto replacement for the town square. It is there we meet and greet our friends, discuss projects and plans and, on occasion, air grievances and unpopular opinions. It's this last one that drew my attention recently.
Somehow summer always evokes for me thoughts of cruising around, enjoying a burger and fries at the drive-in and sipping a cold milkshake. Which brought me to the Sno-Cap Drive-In in North Augusta.
Betty Walpert is directing a few of her former acting students in Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre's upcoming production of One Man, Two Guvnors.