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Music and More Highlight Series at PKP

Music and More Highlight Series at PKP

When most people think of Pendleton King Park, newcomers to the area probably know it best for disc golf or the dog park. Long-time Augusta residents will probably remember a much seedier past — but that is all changing. Pendleton King Park is establishing a reputation for being a place for families to go and […]

“Tribes” Explores Communication Barriers

“Tribes” Explores Communication Barriers

How do we communicate? What happens when we don’t communicate or when there are barriers that make communicating a challenge? Nina Raine’s original play, “Tribes,” presented by Georgia Regents University (GRU) Communications Department, attempts to tackle those questions and more as it follows the story of a man who was born deaf into a hearing […]

Festival offers a glimpse inside the GHIA

Festival offers a glimpse inside the GHIA

The Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art (GHIA) will present its eighth annual Spring Artists’ Market and Festival, March 14-21. Located in downtown Augusta in the historic structure known as Ware’s Folly, for 75 years GHIA has served as an independent visual arts school in the Central Savannah River Area and offers studio art classes and […]