Night at the Movies

New this week: The Maze Runner, A Walk Among the Tombstones, This is Where I Leave You and Tusk

Wine Time: Amapola Creek Chardonnay 2012, Russian River Valley

The flavor of the Amapola Creek Chardonnay 2012 is classic Chardonnay, full of pears, apples, melon and toasted oak. It is a powerful wine, complex, with layer after layer of flavor.
By Dennis Sodomka

Music by Turner: War within doesn't hurt tunes

"Why Can't We Be Friends?" No, its not just the name of the great top-10 smash from 1975 from the legendary group War. The song's title also is a very appropriate description of the current status ...
By Ed Turner

The Artside: Sacred Heart exhibit features Swanagin landscapes

Artist David Swanagin returns to Augusta for a solo exhibit opening Sept. 18 at Sacred Heart Cultural Center.
By Keith Claussen

Tuesday's Music Live season opens with piano concert

Tuesday's Music Live opens its 27th season with a free concert by New York City pianist Fred Moyer.

The Revivalists to play twice: festival, then Sky City encore

The Revivalists are playing in Augusta for the first time on Saturday, Sept. 20. And the band is making the first visit count, by not only playing a 7:30 p.m. show at the Arts in the Heart of ...
By Alan Sculley

Ramblin' Rhodes: Montgomery Gentry heads for Evans

Montgomery Gentry continues to make the best hard core/rock-tinged country music they can. They are sure to have a great turn out of fans when they perform Friday, Sept. 19, at Lady Antebellum ...
By Don Rhodes

Dine & Dish: Don't miss the treats at Arts in the Heart

The international food offering for the 2014 Arts in the Heart festival sees the return of Germany, says goodbye to Bulgaria and Pakistan, and welcomes Cyprus, Sweden, Lebanon and ...
By Danielle Wong Moores

2014 Arts in the Heart - Friday

The annual festival kicks off with music, international food, community performances and more.

2014 Arts in the Heart Saturday

A parade will wind through the festival grounds twice on Saturday in this annual celebration of the arts.

2014 Arts in the Heart - Sunday

Hear gospel, see "Seussical the Musical" and more

Arts in the Heart festival set for Sept. 19-21

Art, music, dance and international cuisine among offerings of festival to celebrate the Augusta arts community.
By Staff Reports

Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014

Hundreds expected to attend Southern Studies Showcase

Hundreds of history lovers from all over the country are expected to swarm the town of Edgefield on Friday and Saturday for the "Southern Studies Showcase."
By Anne Waits

Friday, Sept. 12, 2014

Joyful Noise: Concerts with a Cause

St. John United Methodist Church's Concerts with a Cause will begin the 2014-15 season with a performance by Juilliard- and Yale-educated organist Chelsea Chen.

Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014

Cher in the City: Overcome obstacles with a 'peaceful and patient mind'

I woke up under the weather Sunday morning to the worst headache. Thinking back, my head had started to hurt the day before after a troubling conversation with a friend.
By Cher Best

Cheech & Chong's humor still smokin' with audiences

The humor might seem at first glance no longer edgy, but the hilarity of Cheech & Chong's classic sketches is coming to Augusta. Their Up In Smoke Tour with the band War will stop at Bell ...
By Jeremy Craig

Ramblin' Rhodes: Unstoppable Lawson to open Southern Soul & Song series

One of the world's greatest mandolin players and bluegrass music vocalists, Doyle Lawson, returns to Augusta this weekend with his band Quicksilver.
By Don Rhodes

Night at the Movies

New this week: Dolphin Tale 2, No Good Deed and Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?

Wine Time: Tortarossa Rosso Toscana 2011, Tuscany

The Tortarossa Rosso Toscana 2011 is a Super Tuscan blend made by Alessandro Bocci, one of Maremma's most talented winemakers.
By Dennis Sodomka

Gamecocks, Bulldogs fans to face off at 21st Border Bash

Annual event brings football fans to border for cheers, music, more

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