Ironman 70.3 Augusta is touted annually as one of the largest Ironman events in the world, and this year should be no different.
The 2016-17 season is upon us with a schedule that's filled to the brim with visual arts, music, theater, dance and then some.
If you love the smooth guitar picking styles of Merle Travis and Chet Atkins, you are going to love the playing of Mark Mazengarb and Loren Barrigar. The duo will launch the 2016-2017 season of Augusta Amusements Inc. with a show Sept. 23.
Two-time Academy Award-winning director Barbara Kopple has made a career taking on intriguing subjects such as her film Miss Sharon Jones! about the Augusta native and her battle with cancer. But even Kopple probably was not prepared for the enormous amount of media attention given to her documentary Shut Up & Sing.
Augusta Ghost Trolley offers tours year-round, but is kicking off its fall/winter season this weekend with some themed tours available.
The best balancing acts are the ones you never notice. The push and pull, the peaks and valleys - those things are often best when invisible. That's particularly true when dealing with an event of any size or scale.
The Truck Stop, brainchild of 17-year-old high school student David Brannon, opens Sept. 30 with a bash to raise money for the city's Bark Park. After that, at least two trucks will serve lunch and dinner Monday through Friday.
Like many of you, I've always felt a strong, spiritual connection with the ocean, especially when the music is just … right!
One of Southern gospel music's most popular groups, The Dixie Echoes, has been performing in the Augusta area since the mid-1960s including hosting major gospel music shows at Bell Auditorium.
Maybe we're just old, but Sunday brunch has become our new Friday date night. Our latest was at DiVino Ristorante Italiano in North Augusta, located in the Hammond's Ferry subdivision.