Three weekend events will focus on good music and good food.
Lady Antebellum, on tour to promote "Golden," will make a stop in Evans on April 29.
From the Little Roy and Lizzy Bluegrass Festival to the Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival, there lots of music in store.
Oregon Pinot Noirs are hard to come by in our part of the country. Elizabeth Chambers Cellar hopes to ease the Pinot drought by starting national distribution of their gorgeous wines.
Alison Krauss & Union Station has canceled its concert at James Brown Arena with Willie Nelson. Refunds for tickets to the James Brown Arena show will be available beginning Friday.
Chef Calvin Green is back with a new restaurant, Simply Calvin's. But call ahead to see if he's there before you go.
This weekend and next, Le Chat Noir brings back Quickies, its annual short play festival featuring original scripts by local authors.
Two music events succeeded on their own terms during Masters Week, one by remaining reactive and adapting as issues arose, the other by drawing from a deep well of experience and organizing an event that proceeded according to an exceedingly well-thought-out plan.
Several Augusta-area artists are exhibiting in the second ArtFields competition and festival in Lake City, S.C. April 25-May 4.