Ah, summer! The time of year when the days are long, the kids are out of school and cinemas are packed with original, artful films unlike any you've seen before. OK, that last part isn't really ...
An upcoming event blends two of Erica Pastecki's loves into one - art and coffee. "Anyone who knows me, knows that I have a bit of a love and obsession with coffee," said Pastecki, one of the ...
Since 1985, outstanding members of the Augusta-area arts community have been recognized annually by the Greater Augusta Arts Council.
Over 25 hit singles and 10 million-selling albums says it all! "Classic Rock meets the Classic South" visits Evans Towne Center Park at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 23, featuring three bands that have ...
Cody Webb is making a stop at The Country Club this Friday, June 10.
New this week: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, Love & Friendship, Me Before You, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
The Southern Drawl Tour - with country music legends Alabama, above, and special guest Charlie Daniels Band - is headed for James Brown Arena at 7 p.m. Friday, June 3. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Play in the sand, have a fruity beverage and hear beach music at the Summer Beach Blast on June 3 in Evans.
Crawfish - or mudbugs - await you as does craft beer and more the this annual festival set for Augusta Common on June 4.
Columbia County is bringing the beach inland with its Summer Beach Blast event. Cool off with island-style drinks, choose from various food vendors, and have fun in the sun with a sandy shore.
Sometimes a girl's just gotta have some steak. I had a craving a few weeks ago, and it was the perfect opportunity to check out a restaurant that's been on my radar for a while: Texas Roadhouse.
While not quite the crime of the century, the disappearance of a matched set of paintings by Augusta-area artist Billy S. did have elements of a great heist story.
Betty Walpert is directing a few of her former acting students in Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre's upcoming production of One Man, Two Guvnors.
After 11 years of teaching band music in public schools, Tommy Brinson is "taking the A Train," so to speak, and going full time on the road with The Fabulous Equinox Orchestra.