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April 2015

Features

On the Frontlines of Cyber War

On the Frontlines of Cyber War

The relocation of the U.S. Army Cyber Command to Fort Gordon, and the 3,700-person workforce it brings, will change the face of Augusta’s economy and culture forever.

Flannery O'Connor's Andulasia

Flannery O'Connor's Andulasia

Wander the quiet environs of the mid-century farm from which O'Connor drew her rich literary inspiration.

Columbia County Celebrates 225 Years

Columbia County Celebrates 225 Years

In the midst of monumental growth, the county rolls out Project 225, documenting its heritage for visitors and residents alike.

Lady Jaguar Golf

Lady Jaguar Golf

Fiercely competitive, the team is seeking its first national championship appearance this year.

Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect

World-renowned trombonist Wycliffe Gordon has reached the pinnacle of music success and now he is sharing his expertise with the music department at GRU.

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History

Georgia on His Mind

Georgia on His Mind

The influence of Stephen Vincent Benet’s Augusta childhood years was reflected in his work throughout his life.

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Short Takes

Faces

Faces

Kam Kayzer On the Road With the Morris Chris Ndeti Barry White's Faves Getaway Greenville Run With Art 5K

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Gardens

Spring Blooming Plants

Spring Blooming Plants

From azaleas to flowering crabapple, nothing says Masters week like the brilliant blooms of spring.

The Lure of the Fly

The Lure of the Fly

Writer Jim Garvey reconnects with the joy of a childhood memory.

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Local Flavor

Cannons and Confederate Cakes

Cannons and Confederate Cakes

Reading between the lines of an 1800s recipe collection

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Southern Sensibility

They Like Me, They Like Me Not

They Like Me, They Like Me Not

Confessions of a Facebook junkie

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Good Taste

EarthWise

Sustainable Living for a Healthy Life

Mead is one of the oldest alcoholic drinks known to mankind, yet it is a mystery to many and not in the mainstream of drinks like beer and wine. In this episode of EarthWise, we travel to Aiken, South Carolina and brew some mead with the help of Danielle Shelton from Thoroughbrewed.

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2015 Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch

2015 Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch

Are you a rising professional star between the ages of 25 and 35? Do you have a clear vision of where you are going to be in ten years? If so, we want to hear from you!

Have a Heart

Have a Heart

Join the American Heart Association for a celebration of creating and sharing on Feb. 21, 6:30 p.m. at the Augusta Marriott. For tickets and information visit csraheartball@heart.org

A Gala Event

A Gala Event

The Morris Museum of Art's 22nd Annual Art Gala promises an exciting evening of delicious fare, live entertainment, dancing and more. 7:30 p.m. at the Morris. (706) 828-3825.

Wet Paint Party

Wet Paint Party

Beautiful and affordable art by Augusta artists will go up for sale during Greater Augusta Arts Council's annual Wet Paint Party. February 28, 7 p.m., Sacred Heart Cultural Center.

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