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Joyful Noise: Gabriel Faure's Requiem

...in Columbia and teaches organ at the University of South Carolina. He has played recitals throughout the U.S., Great Britain and Australia, and led the choir to record three CDs.ABOUT THE CAUSE: Concerts With a Cause supports local charities...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/your-faith/2015-02-27/joyful-noise-gabriel-fau
Rants & Raves

...This needs to be addressed as soon as possible because kids are being put off at wrong bus stops. PRESIDENT OBAMA IS the modern day Neville Chamberlin. Look him up and see why he holds such a low place in the history of Great Britain.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-02-24/rants-raves
What Is It?

...well-suited for the narrow and curvy roads around the London area. I soon became active in 'The American Drivers Club of Great Britain,' an RAC-approved club of mostly Air Force folks and a smattering of 'blokes.'"After my first club rally, the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/autos/2015-01-15/what-it
Top travel destinations for 2015

...blockbuster Frozen film.ANNIVERSARIESSingapore celebrates its golden Jubilee ? 50 years since independence from Great Britain. Vietnam celebrates 70 years since independence from France and 50 years since the first U.S. combat troops arrived...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/2014-12-27/top-travel-destinations-2015
Ramblin' Rhodes: 'Grand Ole Opry' music star Hamilton was a class act

...Canadian singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell with Urge for Going in 1967 and frequently appeared on television in Canada and Great Britain.Hamilton in 1969 was made honorary life president of the British Country Music Association.Laing also noted that...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2014-09-24/ramblin-rhodes-grand-
Around the block

...Tennyson and Sanchiki Toge.Jenkin's CD, featuring the London Philharmonic Orchestra and The National Youth Choir of Great Britain, was released on Sept. 10, 2001, one day before the attacks on the World Trade Center.Tickets are $25 for adults...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-09-18/around-block
Michaux: Other vote in Scotland was big, too

...both ballots than a week-long golf exhibition fondly known as the Ryder Cup.In 1921, a team of Americans took on Great Britain in matches at Gleneagles, the British side winning 9-3. Those matches eventually turned into the Ryder Cup in 1927...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/golf/2014-09-20/michaux-other-vote-was-big-t
Leicester: British Olympic team wouldn't be same without Scots

...most decorated Olympian is a Scot, track cyclist Chris Hoy. Fact is, if the Scots pull out, what remains of Team Great Britain won't be quite so great.The future of sports in Scotland and how competitive it might be as an independent nation...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/olympics/2014-09-16/leicester-british-olympi
City displays 36-star flag where 50-star should be, vice versa

...granite at the base of the flagpoles.Historical flags from the three nations that explored America (Spain, France and Great Britain), the stars and stripes of the 13 original colonies and several flags representing Georgia's secession before the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-09-26/city-displays-36-star-flag-w
UGA band plans James Brown halftime tribute

...was normal. The game began with a coin toss that included both teams' captains, coaches, and Prince Charles of Great Britain, the other special guest that day. The Kentucky captain, who towered over the little prince, peeled back the wrapping...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2014-11-28/uga-band-plans-james-brown-t