Archive of: Arts

Title Issue
The Art of Metaphor

The Art of Metaphor

Spring 2015
The Lure of the Fly

The Lure of the Fly

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

April 2015
In the Footsteps of Beethoven

In the Footsteps of Beethoven

At age 27, classical composer John Hennecken has already created an impressive body of work and is looking to the future.

February-March 2015
Every Little Breeze

Every Little Breeze

Fond remembrances of Louise Shivers

November - December 2014
Fairy Tale Lessons

Fairy Tale Lessons

Recognizing the academic and emotional benefits of classic children’s literature delivered through spoken word, Dr. Walter Evans passionately devoted himself to making these tales available to every child regardless of socio-economic background or situation.

June-July 2014
For the Children

For the Children

Since 1988 Storyland Theatre has staged high-quality original plays, entertaining thousands of children in the CSRA, at little or no cost to them or their schools.

February-March 2014
Dressed for Success

Dressed for Success

Milliner Elizabeth Tudor has parlayed her love of hats into a profession, fashioning beautiful one-of-a-kind hats.

October 2013
A Most Benevolent Generosity

A Most Benevolent Generosity

Octogenerians Eugene and Lucille Fleischer have altruistically and passionately supported the arts for more that 60 years.

August 2013
Dead Men Do Tell Tales

Dead Men Do Tell Tales

The Walk With the Spirits tour of Magnolia Cemetery connects the past to everyday life in a most entertaining way.

October 2012
You Can Go Home Again

You Can Go Home Again

After years working as an actor in New York, a cinematographer in L.A. and traveling the world as a documentary filmmaker, Matthew Buzzell is back in Augusta settling into his latest role as teacher, son and citizen of Augusta.

June-July 2012
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