Food Stuff

Food Stuff

The following events took place on a Friday night. A series of events that on occasion happen to people and cause changes and delays in plans — usually when juggling children, deadlines and food — happened to me, and I found myself scratching my first choice for dinner plans in favor of taking the kids […]

Calling Out the Red Herring

Calling Out the Red Herring

Two weeks ago, I published an essay titled, “Bigotry, Cancer, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon.” It was a response to the video that showed members of the University of Oklahoma’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (also known as SAE) engaging in a racist chant. In the essay, I put forward the following questions: “After spending years […]

A raging good time

A raging good time

Golf fans, take a seat; music fans, get on your feet — it’s almost time for some major raging. Yes — the week of golf craziness is almost here and the kickass lineup that is Major Rager is now only days away. You’ve read our interview with Warren Hayes of Gov’t Mule, you’ve seen the […]

The Breaking of Berckmans Road

The Breaking of Berckmans Road

It is the road project no one in Augusta really wants to discuss. Many nearby residents are either too nervous or intimidated to talk about it. Surrounding business owners worry about the repercussions from speaking out. The city is talking about it, but only when citizens specifically ask. And, as for Augusta National, well, it […]

Donnie Smith should have never been elected

Donnie Smith should have never been elected

Ever since the Georgia State Patrol disclosed its recent report on the despicable actions of former Augusta Commissioner Donnie Smith towards female employees in his role as lieutenant with the GSP, folks have been coming out of the woodwork with some pretty terrible accusations about Smith. Rumors that would definitely fall under the category of […]

Augusta Commission makes national news

Augusta Commission makes national news

While all of the golf world has been fascinated with the boldness of the Augusta Commission’s recent decision to ban drones flying over “an international event” in the Garden City from April 2-13, there was one Atlanta attorney who actually explored whether the city was standing on solid legal ground. Elizabeth Wharton, an attorney with […]

Sean Frantom Attracting Attention

Sean Frantom Attracting Attention

By receiving 43 percent of the vote in the District 7 race this past week, Augusta Commission candidate Sean Frantom has caught the attention of a lot of folks in the Garden City. While Frantom still has an uphill battle facing his opponent, appointed Augusta Commissioner Louis “Hap” Harris, in a runoff for the District […]

Priceline Projects 2015 Masters’ Ticket Prices

Priceline Projects 2015 Masters’ Ticket Prices

Priceline.com and TiqIQ break down all the travel and ticket costs After a long, hard winter, who wouldn’t want to smell the Azaleas and freshly-mown grass as they stroll the fairways and watch – in person – the world’s best golfers vie for the coveted green jacket in Augusta. Priceline.com and online ticket marketplace TiqIQ.com […]