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... Monday, Oct. 6, 2014 By Don Rhodes By Charmain Z. Brackett By Dennis Sodomka By Ed Turner By Cher Best By Keith Claussen By Charmain Z. Brackett By Danielle Wong Moores Thursday, Oct...

Coordinator plans many city events

...cheerleader coach for the Police Athletic League. Reach Charmain Z. Brackett at charmain.brackett@augustachronicle.com...augustachronicle.com/communitycounts or contact Charmain Z. Brackett at charmain.brackett@ augustachronicle.com...

Teacher began prepping for the job in childhood

...back as the class grandmother," she said. Reach Charmain Z. Brackett at charmain.brackett@augustachronicle.com...augustachronicle.com/communitycounts or contact Charmain Z. Brackett at charmain.brackett@augustachronicle.com...

Storyland Theatre back for 27th season on new stage

After nine years at the Imperial Theatre, Storyland is returning to the Georgia Regents University Maxwell Performing Arts Theater, where the group spent 17 years.

Augusta Choral Society will take multimedia approach with season-opener

The Augusta Choral Society's season opener marks a few firsts. Multimedia, as well as an atypical soloist, will be part of The Armed Man: A Mass For Peace, which kicks off the 64th season at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, at Sacred Heart Cultural Center.

Experience Hispanic and Greek cultures this weekend

Two different cultures will be highlighted downtown this weekend; The annual Greek Festival and the annual Hispanic Festival.

Symphony to open season with anniversary tribute

Composer John Hennecken wrote "Everything Beautiful In Its Time" to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Augusta's sister city agreement with Takarazuka, Japan.

'Addams Family' is musical tale families can relate to

They're creepy and they're kooky, and they're back in a musical. The Augusta Players will bring a 21st century The Addams Family to the Imperial Theatre stage Sept. 26-28.

Harlem's Jeremy Graham Band to open for Montgomery Gentry

Montgomery Gentry concertgoers will have the chance to hear a song from a local band that should hit the radio waves early next year.

United Way sets 'aggressive' $4.25 million goal

About 600 people attended the superhero-theme luncheon highlighting the charity's annual fundraising campaign.