The Ultimate Guide to Augusta

The Ultimate Guide to Augusta

Select a Location: Downtown West Augusta The Hill Martinez/Evans South Augusta Downtown 1102 1102 Broad St., Augusta 706-364-4075 Like the best mullets, this place is business in the front (the restaurant) and a party in the back (the bar). Great place to hang out, drink and people watch, and if they open the garage doors […]

And So The Masters Crazy Begins

And So The Masters Crazy Begins

From the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office At approximately 2040 hours on 040514, Joseph John Murphy aged 50, tried to make entry into the Augusta National. Mr. Murphy was advised that he was not permitted to enter and left the property. Murphy returned about 10 minutes later in his vehicle. Murphy bypassed the security guard, and […]

The Piano

The Piano

Earlier today, I said goodbye to a family heirloom that’s been in the Ruffin family and household for more than half a century: an upright piano, a Westbrook, with two wobbly wheeled legs that somehow have managed to not snap off at the base despite treks spanning half the Eastern seaboard and a drive through […]

Something Old, Something New

Something Old, Something New

Something Old — On April 8, 2014, Microsoft officially ends support for its venerable flagship operating system, Windows XP, and productivity package, Office 2003. To many, this software still defines desktop computing and provides a comforting and reliable platform to perform daily tasks. In retrospect, though, Windows XP’s days were always numbered. The first iPod […]

Far from the “Best Golf Experiences”

Far from the “Best Golf Experiences”

As the “I need Masters tickets” and “Badges wanted” signs are already beginning to pop up around the Augusta area, a scandal has just rocked a local ticket brokering business. Late last week, Rick Owings, member of Best Golf Experiences, LLC sent his clients a letter with earth-shattering news. “It is with the deepest regret […]