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Category: Publisher Notes

Publisher Notes: May 2017

  One of the things I love most about living in the South is the architecture. No matter where you go, homes of grandeur greet you with wide welcoming porches and lush gardens. The May issue is always one of my favorites...

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Publisher Notes: June/July 2016

It’s true what they say, “time really does fly when you’re having fun!” The June/July issue marks my one-year anniversary as publisher of Augusta Magazine. It’s been a great journey so far and I’m excited about the future. I am...

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It’s a Matter of Style!

The South is known for many things. Sweet tea, grits, fried chicken, magnolias, gardenias, azaleas and, of course, accents are just a few things that come to mind. But we are also known for our unique and stately architecture...

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Welcome to Augusta!

April in Augusta—the most fabulous time of the year for our fair city! For one week the world is our stage and everyone who is anyone is watching. As locals, we are so proud that Augusta was chosen by the founders of the Augusta...

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Food for Thought

I have always considered myself a foodie. At least I did before I became a mother. There are few things in this world I enjoy as much as a great meal. Dining was an experience from start to finish.  At present, food is merely...

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Trees and Traditions

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! To say that I love the holidays is a bit of an understatement. The hustle and bustle of the season, time spent with friends and family, holiday entertaining, shopping for the perfect...

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Football Memories

Fall is approaching and soon the kids will be back in school—the lazy days of summer replaced with classroom schedules and daily routines. Despite the lingering heat, the respite of fall promises to make its debut in the not too...

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Poised for Greatness

It’s an exciting time for Augusta! With a host of new businesses coming to the area, an expanding healthcare industry, the improvement of our arts community and the revitalization of several area neighborhoods, our city is...

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A Fond Farewell

Twelve years ago, I was offered an exciting opportunity to lead Augusta Magazine. I accepted and moved fromThe Augusta Chronicle around the corner to the offices on 7th Street.  I had always been a fan of the magazine, but I...

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Celebrate Your Heart

Young children are busy this month decorating cardboard mailboxes or Kraft paper mailbags in anticipation of special deliveries for Valentine’s Day. Even at a tender age, we learn the excitement in the possibility of receiving a...

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