There's a chance Thunder Over Augusta on Saturday could involve real thunder.
Pinterest, the popular link- and photo-sharing Web site, has rolled out an update.
There's much to do on the cheap in Portland, Ore., a city where living thrifty is living well.
More than 100 people are expected to show their purebred rabbits at Grovetown's Liberty Park next month in the Masters of Rabbits Show, the first Augusta-area show in years.
New this week: Star Trek Into Darkness
Two new shows spotlighting the work of Southern regional artists have opened at the Morris Museum of Art.
Blues, country and Americana music fans are lucky to have the chance to see Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale perform together at the 20th annual Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival.
The Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival marks a 20-year milestone this year, but organizers say there's nothing extra planned to highlight it. "It's always a good festival," they say.
A dark but comedic tale, "August: Osage County" tells the story of a dysfunctional family struggling to be better than they are.
Lets take a look at just a handful of the shows coming to the Atlanta area through June.
The Thunder Over Augusta Armed Forces Day military tribute festival will be Saturday, May 18, in Evans.
The Landmark Vineyards Overlook Chardonnay 2011 has plenty of the smooth, buttery style, but thankfully the oak is muted and doesn't overpower.
Play trivia or pool or find more ongoing fun at these nightclubs.
The Augusta RiverHawks announced Tuesday they will not be playing next season.
The eighth annual Art in the Park festival included jewelers, fiber artists and weavers creating works.
The Rhett Walker Band will perform with Finding Favour and Carlos Whittaker on the Give Me Jesus Tour in Evans.
Day camps offer a variety of activities for all ages - from educational camps to those with themes that change weekly.
Find the perfect camp for your artist, dancer, musician or actor.
Camps are available for every sport, from baseball and soccer to football and gymnastics.
New this week: The Great Gatsby and Peeples