A look at the newly weds of 2018. Article appears in the February/March 2019 issue of Augusta Magazine. Subscribe to Augusta Magazine Have feedback or a story idea? Our publisher would love to hear from you! Name Email Address Message 3 + 8 =...Read More
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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. Article appears in the November/December 2018 issue of Augusta Magazine. Subscribe to Augusta Magazine Have feedback or a story idea? Our publisher would love to hear from you! Name Email Address Message 7 +...Read More
PEOPLE • PLACES • PASTIMES • ARTS & CULTURE • EVENTS • DINING & MORE Subscribe Today! Call 706-823-3702 to receive three issues per year—Spring/Fall/Winter! Contact Lisa Dorn at 706-823-3702 for information. Subscribe to Augusta Magazine Have feedback or a story idea? Our publisher would love to hear from you! Name Email Address Message 14 + 12 =...Read More
It’s a banner year for Augusta’s theaters. Last month, The Miller reopened after being closed for more than 30 years. This month the Imperial Theatre will celebrate 100 years and while it’s safe to say quite a bit has changed in the last century, one constant is the iconic Imperial Theatre remains Augusta’s home for the performing arts. On February 18, 1918, The Wells Theatre, built by and named for Jake Wells and renamed the Imperial, opened in Augusta as a venue for popular vaudeville acts and photoplays. At the time it was truly the talk of the town....Read More
By Don Rhodes At last, Symphony Orchestra Augusta settles into its first permanent home in the Miller Theater built nearly 80 years ago. It would be a stretch to say that Augusta area entertainment fans—entering the extensively remodeled Miller Theater for the first time—will be equally as awed as travelers for the first time seeing the Grand Canyon or the view from the top floor of the Empire State building. But it’s a sure bet that most visitors experiencing the 78-years-old legendary structure in the 700 block of Broad Street after it officially reopens to the public on...Read More
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