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Charmain Z. Brackett is the publisher of Augusta Good News. Reach her at charmain@augustagoodnews.com.

Flowing Wells Theatre fulfillment of longtime vision

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 21 Jan 2023 · 2

Having a theater for the Enopion Theatre Co. to perform in has been a longtime dream of its founder.

Scenes from the Miracle Meeks Jamfest

By Staff Report · 20 Jan 2023 · 1

Several local bands came together for a night of music to celebrate John Meeks who was hospitalized at Christmas.

Medical college study focuses on optical genome mapping to help blood cancer patients

By Special To Augusta Good News · 20 Jan 2023 · Comments Off on Medical college study focuses on optical genome mapping to help blood cancer patients

Researchers at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University are studying how optical genome mapping can be used to help patients with blood cancers.

Concerts with a Cause celebrates its 20th anniversary with a bluegrass flair

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 19 Jan 2023 · 1

Monroe Crossing will be featured at St. John United Methodist Church Jan. 22.

Aiken resident seeks to revive ‘lost art’

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 18 Jan 2023 · Comments Off on Aiken resident seeks to revive ‘lost art’

Quilling is an art form using strips of paper.

Siblings share dream as principal dancers in Riverdance

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 17 Jan 2023 · Comments Off on Siblings share dream as principal dancers in Riverdance

Riverdance celebrates its 25th anniversary with a Feb. 2 performance at the Bell Auditorium.

What’s on stage: a sampling of upcoming concerts and shows

By Don "Ramblin'" Rhodes · 16 Jan 2023 · Comments Off on What’s on stage: a sampling of upcoming concerts and shows

Highlights of upcoming shows in and around Augusta.

Augusta mayor, commissioners among those honoring Dr. King by serving others

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 16 Jan 2023 · 1

Multiple groups volunteered at the Golden Harvest Food Bank’s Master’s Table Soup Kitchen Monday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Elvis-themed event offers family fun

By Maxwell Shaffer · 15 Jan 2023 · Comments Off on Elvis-themed event offers family fun

The Morris Museum of Art’s monthly Artrageous! program had an Elvis theme Sunday, Jan. 15.

Paine College choir director comes full circle

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 15 Jan 2023 · 3

Trey McLaughlin attended his first choir rehearsals at Paine College with his mom when he was only 6. Now, he’s the group’s director.

World War II vet to celebrate 100th birthday

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 14 Jan 2023 · Comments Off on World War II vet to celebrate 100th birthday

Thomson’s Louis Graziano turns 100 on Feb. 6.

‘Letters From Home’ provides nostalgic, upbeat tribute to veterans

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 14 Jan 2023 · Comments Off on ‘Letters From Home’ provides nostalgic, upbeat tribute to veterans

Letters From Home will be performed Jan. 29 at the Miller Theater.