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Column: Where’s Waldo? We found him at Camp Soul City

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 15 Jul 2023 · Comments Off on Column: Where’s Waldo? We found him at Camp Soul City

Publisher Charmain Z. Brackett took in some of the activities for Camp Soul City July 15.

Broad Street Beat Column: Rae’s Creek Revival provides fun night out

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 26 Jun 2023 · Comments Off on Broad Street Beat Column: Rae’s Creek Revival provides fun night out

Rae’s Creek Revival played at Southbound Smokehouse June 24.

Review: An Tobar, The Well

By Special To Augusta Good News · 21 Jun 2023 · Comments Off on Review: An Tobar, The Well

Fran Gardner, professor emerita of art and art history at the University of South Carolina Lancaster, shares her insights on an art exhibition at CANDL Fine Art Gallery.

Roads well rambled: A tribute to Don Rhodes

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 11 Jun 2023 · 3

Publisher Charmain Z. Brackett pays tribute to columnist Don Rhodes who died June 9 at the age of 77.

Ramblin’s Roads: Tina Turner sang in Augusta in 1987. Were you there? Don Rhodes was.

By Don "Ramblin'" Rhodes · 07 Jun 2023 · 2

It was one of the best concerts Don Rhodes had ever seen. Were you there when Tina Turner rocked the Civic Center?

ArtScape: Art is plentiful in downtown Augusta in June

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 01 Jun 2023 · 1

Arts’ exhibitions on are display at CANDL Fine Art, Westobou Gallery, 600 Broad Gallery and the City Gallery during the month of June.

Naked Epicurean: Pineapple Ink’s toast to summer

By Ann Beth Strelec · 18 May 2023 · Comments Off on Naked Epicurean: Pineapple Ink’s toast to summer

Naked Epicurean brings a taste of summer cocktails to her column.

ArtScape: ‘An Tobar – The Well,’ Augusta Poster Show, Aiken Center for Arts wins Governor’s Award

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 17 May 2023 · Comments Off on ArtScape: ‘An Tobar – The Well,’ Augusta Poster Show, Aiken Center for Arts wins Governor’s Award

Artscape is a column highlighting Augusta area arts happenings.

Column: Moonlight music cruise doesn’t disappoint

By Charmain Z. Brackett · 14 May 2023 · Comments Off on Column: Moonlight music cruise doesn’t disappoint

The Moonlight Music Cruises along the Augusta Canal are held in late spring/early summer and in the fall.

Column: Free Comic Book Day is bittersweet this year

By Ron Baxley Jr. · 01 May 2023 · Comments Off on Column: Free Comic Book Day is bittersweet this year

Free Comic Book Day is usually a fun one, but this year it will be touched with sadness as Ron Baxley Jr. shares in this column.

Ramblin’s Roads: Music in the Park concert series opens May 11

By Don "Ramblin'" Rhodes · 28 Apr 2023 · Comments Off on Ramblin’s Roads: Music in the Park concert series opens May 11

The Music in the Park series starts May 11.

About Town with Francie: The Brownstown Gritty and SoulTown Horns

By Francie Klopotic · 26 Apr 2023 · Comments Off on About Town with Francie: The Brownstown Gritty and SoulTown Horns

Columnist Francie Klopotic took in a concert with the Brownstown Gritty and SoulTown Horns April 24.

Guest column: Improve brain function using a few easy activities

By Special To Augusta Good News · 25 Apr 2023 · Comments Off on Guest column: Improve brain function using a few easy activities

Dr. Annie Turner addresses easy ways to improve brain health in this column.

Ramblin’s Roads: 15th Annual Beech Island tour

By Don "Ramblin'" Rhodes · 24 Apr 2023 · Comments Off on Ramblin’s Roads: 15th Annual Beech Island tour

Don Rhodes features the annual Beech Island Historical Tour in his latest column.