February-March 2011

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February-March 2011

Features

Love, Laughter, and Providence

Love, Laughter, and Providence

Four couples share their special love stories.

Award-Winning Endeavor

Award-Winning Endeavor

When Patricia and Bernard Dukes purchased their Aiken summer cottage, Red Top, they didn’t realize the treasure they were getting in the property’s dilapidated carriage house.

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Departments

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February-March

February-March

I’ve never considered myself to be much of a romantic...

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Upfront

February-March

February-March

I’ve never considered myself to be much of a romantic...

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Publisher's Notes

February-March

February-March

February usually brings to mind love with romance...

Dianna Tornow

Dianna Tornow

Far from the German bakeries of her childhood, Aiken cake designer Dianna Tornow sweetened her reputation with a recent appearance on Food Network Challenge.

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History

Symbols of Black History

Symbols of Black History

There is perhaps no better physical symbol of Augusta’s rich African-American history than the city’s black churches.

Aundra Golden Clark

Aundra Golden Clark

She reigns as queen of Augusta's competitive gospel circuit.

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Around Town

Oysters on Telfair - 2010

Oysters on Telfair - 2010

The Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art recently held its annual Oysters on Telfair fundraiser.

Honored Visionaries

Honored Visionaries

Augusta business leaders Vera Stewart, Donnie Thompson, William S. Morris III and Julian Roberts III were recently honored at the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame.

Say It With Chocolate

Say It With Chocolate

This year give your Valentine the gift of health and love with a box of dark chocolate.

Water, Water Everywhere

Water, Water Everywhere

The Art Factory and the Augusta Water Department have joined forces to facilitate a remarkable, inspiring public art project.

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Gardens

Think Before You Plant

Think Before You Plant

Even though the common river birch is native to this area, their requirements for a successful cultivation are very specific.

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Last Word

Camille Price

Camille Price

In 1995, when New York native Camille Price traded in her snowboots for sunshine and Southern hospitality, the coup for Augusta was two-fold.

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