Augusta

Classless

Classless

I like adventure, but I’m a creature of habit. I’m willing to try new things, but only with a detailed description of said things. My friend Erin has been teaching an exercise class for two and a half years. She has asked, begged, insisted and suggested I attend from the first time she taught. Most […]

New election brings old debate over the mayor’s power

New election brings old debate over the mayor’s power

With Augustans preparing to select a new mayor next year, one debate that has already begun to rear its ugly head is the discussion over the mayor’s limited powers. Those candidates who have announced their intentions to run for the city’s top seat — including Augusta commissioners Alvin Mason and Joe Jackson, state Sen. Hardie […]

What you need is a big fish

What you need is a big fish

When promoter Charles Collins Jr. announced that the Rock-N-Country Music Bash at the Columbia County Fairgrounds scheduled for this weekend was going to feature nationally known artists such as Atlanta Rhythm Section, Ambrosia, Orleans and Juice Newton, people should have started asking some questions. After all, the event was organized by Turn On Your Radio […]