This year, the Metro Spirit is celebrating its 25th anniversary. As part of that celebration, the paper has decided to look back at some of its previous stories that shook up this town over the years. One such story was the tale of convicted murder and former attorney William Lumpkin. The article, written by former […]
There is an error in this week’s printed issue of the Metro Spirit. Due to a layout error, the cover story is from last week. The headline, images and pull quotes are from this week’s cover story on the Augusta Mini Theatre, however it’s last week’s feature story. We regret the error. We will run […]
Due to inclement weather, River Jam will be postponed until May 10th. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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 […]
The National Weather Service says…We hope you enjoyed the beautiful Spring-like day today because an arctic cold front which is producing snow/sleet and freezing rain across the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys will push through Monday afternoon. Temperatures are likely to drop 20-30 degrees in only a few hours and northerly winds will increase to 10-20 […]
As we reported last month, Matt Aitken has decided to make a run for mayor. He needs a job, has been on the commission before and why not? Let’s hop in the way back machine and see what the Insider thought of the last to mayoral candidates who turned out not to be mayoral candidates. Cheek […]
We’ve all seen the damage suffered in last week’s ice storm, but Bo Knox, with Georgia Subcontracting Professionals (GSP), talks about some of the headaches that might not be as apparent to homeowners as downed tree limbs. Metro Spirit: What are you seeing the most of? Bo Knox: Just roof damage. I mean, I […]