When Metro Spirit Publisher Joe White came up with the idea for the ETCP Spring Fest in 2012, he wanted to keep it simple. Not because that made it easier, but because he felt it made things more enjoyable. “What I envisioned was a craft beer festival with vendors and a little bit of live […]
One point to be made in reference to Austin’s crowing over the listener demographics of his “show,” a college education and annual salary of 75K does not in any way inoculate these individuals from being rednecks, Neanderthals, bigots, homophobes, racists, xenophobic nativists or just asshats in general. It may be time to require teachers to […]
There’s a sign behind the counter at Fred’s Meat & Bread proclaiming their cheesesteaks are better than ones you can find in Philly. Those may be fightin’ words to some, but they come from no less than Bon Appetit magazine, people you figure should know what they’re talking about. Located in Krog Street Market near […]
Tuesday, January 19th at The Bell Auditorium! Tedeschi Trucks Band! Click Here to order your tickets!
When Dr. Cornel West spoke last year at Augusta’s Interfaith Service of Celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., he commended the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta for organizing such a special worship service each year. “No one does anything like this,” West told hundreds of people gathered at the Gilbert-Lambuth Chapel on the campus […]
With the Christmas season right around the corner, there is no secret that the Augusta area has definitely kept Santa on his toes checking his list not once, but twice, to see exactly who has been naughty and nice. And, let’s just say it, some folks should expect nothing but a few lumps of coal […]
It’s hard to believe that it’s been more than three years since anyone’s heard her sarcastic laugh or seen her brilliant smile. She had her dad’s twisted sense of humor and her mom’s loving heart. Jordan White was fearless, beautiful, hilarious and full of life. There isn’t a day that goes by that her friends […]
The progressive rock and jam band Phish certainly has its fans. Among them, Runaway Gin — the world’s most active Phish tribute band. A fixture at the Charleston Pour House where they play every Sunday, the band constantly tours the greater southeast region. Runaway Gin has played many Phish after parties and is known for […]