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Traditions are important to many during the holiday season, and Brandon Brune thinks Augustans may have found another one.
In celebration of its 10th anniversary this year, Lights of the South will have more lights and displays. THe holiday attraction opens Nov. 20.
If you have a taste for Christmas music, there are several concerts on the schedule over the next few days.
What happens when the groom wakes up on the morning of his wedding with someone other than his bride-to-be? "The Perfect Wedding." Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre will present the farce by Robin Hawdon beginning Nov. 14.
Two different cultures will be highlighted downtown this weekend; The annual Greek Festival and the annual Hispanic Festival.
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.
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.
The tale of a young girl entranced by a nutcracker and her magical journey into the Land of the Sweets has been a Christmas tradition for many, and in the Augusta area, there are four different incarnations of this holiday ballet.