Food Stuff

Food Stuff

Head downtown to the corner of Ellis and 8th, opposite Le Chat Noir and just a skip from Broad. Now, go inside, order yourself something to drink or eat and sit down. It’s time to let your stress and troubles melt away, relax and keep it that way because you are among friends. Welcome to read more

The Augusta Riots: 45 Years Later

The Augusta Riots: 45 Years Later

The past few weeks, all eyes have been on the rioting and criminal investigation in Baltimore following the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, who died after sustaining a spinal cord injury while in police custody. While its heartbreaking to watch any community go through such struggles, Augustans can’t help but think back to one of read more

The Woodchips

The Woodchips

I wasn’t always a laid-back parent. Once my husband and I became outnumbered by kids, my desire for order and control grew, too. I mean, if I let my guard down, I’d likely have a mutiny on my hands. I soon realized that I was becoming dictator-like. The kids needed to know who the boss read more

Only The Blind Should Judge

Only The Blind Should Judge

A few days ago, I watched a video on YouTube. It was a conversation between Malcolm Gladwell, columnist and author, and Adam Alter, associate professor of marketing and psychology at NYU’s Stern School of Business and Psychology department and author. Part of their conversation was about racial bias, social psychology, and the justice system. Considering read more

Fudging the truth works in Augusta

Fudging the truth works in Augusta

When Augusta commissioners approved the development of a new gated community off Berckmans Road last week by the sports event management company Byrom plc, did they really expect the public to believe the homes would “strictly” be used for residential purposes, like the company claimed? Sure, fellas. These seven 3,500-square-foot homes will be owned by read more

A Life Dramatic

A Life Dramatic

Betty and Steve Walpert come across as strikingly calm and happy. Spend time with them and you’ll notice a lot of laughter and friendship, and no indication they are among the most influential and involved arts professionals in the Augusta area. And yet, between them, Betty and Steve have motivated and inspired thousands of people read more

Inside Regency Mall

Inside Regency Mall

It was once boasted as Georgia’s largest shopping mall. Constructed in July 1978 by renowned developer Edward DeBartolo, Regency Mall was the former home of more than 70 retail stores. However, within its first 25 years in business, the more than 800,000-square-foot facility off Gordon Highway gradually saw every single one of its stores vanish. read more