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Sustainable. Organic. Local. January 2018

By Griffin Nelson Photography by John Antaki   Eat With 29 years under its belt, the Village Deli has come to be known as a local staple in Augusta. Blue collar and white collar alike meet on equal ground to dive in to the awarding winning burgers, unforgettable fries, and homemade ice cream. Tucked in the corner of the Daniel Village Shopping Center, the interior vibe is cozy and feels like a neighborhood pub, decorated with old sports pictures, jerseys, and vintage memorabilia and full of friendly servers and patrons ready to help you pick something from the extensive...

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The Giving Guide 2017

As you complete your holiday lists, please consider gifts to the following local charities that offer worthwhile and much needed services to our community. Whether in honor or in memory of a loved one or simply as a part of your annual charitable giving, a gift to one of these worthy organizations will help enhance the lives of many less fortunate residents of the CSRA. Christ Community Health Affordable, quality health and dental care for the community Imagine not being able to go to the doctor or dentist for basic care. That’s the reality for thousands of our neighbors...

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Southern Designer Show House & Gardens

Augusta Magazine’s Southern Designer Show House and Gardens will not only afford the selected designers an opportunity to have their work featured, but provides an excellent opportunity for prospective design clients to better understand how to integrate unique pieces into beautifully designed spaces. Details of the application process, home layout and specifications can be found by visiting the link below. CLICK HERE TO VIEW APPLICATION DETAILS! Subscribe to Augusta Magazine Have feedback or a story idea? Our publisher would love to hear from you! Name Email Address Message 14 + 1 =...

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Something’s Brewing in Augusta

Changes in State Laws Could Bring More Craft Breweries to The City By Wit Wells It’s a Friday evening in early August, around 7:45. Savannah River Brewing Company closes at 8. The place is still packed, though. Every table is full as beer lovers float between their social circles, cornhole competitions and SRBC’s back porch that overlooks the railroads that dead-end near the intersection of 6th and Taylor Streets. The wide-open main room of the warehouse is filled with consumers of all ages, but young people aged 21-30 largely characterize the crowd of Augustans sipping on fresh brews. They...

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