Beyond Basics: Taking Family History to the Next Step: 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 20, Augusta-Richmond County Public Library; Tina Rae Floyd teaching what resources are at your fingertips for genealogical research; learn how to mine documents for every clue; bring laptops to begin utilizing the tips and tricks; free; (706) 826-1511, arcpls.org
From a birthday bash at the Arts and Heritage Center to shows at local theaters, art is among us.
The Augusta Chronicle and Applause invite readers to join us in celebrating the arts in our community by entering our fourth annual Applaud the Artist Cover Contest.
Arts In the Heart is clearly an event where more is, in fact, more. I think what needs to be addressed is a question of flow.
Coriander Blue, a duo that's been performing together for a mere four months, won The Augusta Chronicle's AMPED Music Contest on Saturday with its song Carolina at the Arts in the Heart of Augusta festival.
Revenue pumped into downtown businesses from next weekend's Ironman triathlon has already started to cycle in.
On Saturday, two panels of judges announced their picks for the most impressive ethnic associations and artists.
This year's AMPED Music Contest finalists range in age from a young diva not yet able to apply for a driver's license to a drummer who chooses to spend his retirement rocking.
Hear gospel, see "Seussical the Musical" and more
The international food offering for the 2014 Arts in the Heart festival sees the return of Germany, says goodbye to Bulgaria and Pakistan, and welcomes Cyprus, Sweden, Lebanon and Indonesia-Micronesia.