The Augusta Chronicle’s editorial board addresses the Mike Sleeper phony Ranger problem today. It seems that Sleeper has decided to go the lawyer route and he’s hired one, William Cassara, who claims to specialize in correcting military records; Cassara told us he has found that Sleeper’s military records are indeed incomplete. He says he’s received […]
Augusta Koch's vocals are rugged. Kelly Olsen and Allegra Anka's guitar-drum combo is jaunting, but sporadic. Cayetana's latest single "Bus Ticket," from their upcoming album New Kind Of Normal, begins demanding and turgid, feeling like an exhausting hike up a desolate hill. But there's a clearing once Koch gets through the sticky last line ("But…
Fashion designer Crystal Boler, 27, describes her aesthetic as wearable art — “fashion artistry.” After feeling like she’d maxed out her potential in the small town of Augusta, Georgia, Boler made the move to Atlanta in 2012 to attend the Savannah College of Art & Design, where she is currently a junior working towards a B.F.A in fashion.
(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) In the war on cancer, powerful chemotherapy agents are increasingly packaged with immunotherapy that primes a patient's immune system to better battle the disease.
We love getting stories and feedback from our loyal Foursum Golf members because they embody the very passion for golf that gets us up in the morning – to play 9, then hit the office. A couple good’ol Canadian boys, Denis BastaracheShow More Summary
The contrast between Black Spring Break and the Augusta Masters would be telling – if anybody were paying attention.
The University of Maine at Augusta is looking for its fifth president since September 2014. The search will begin after President James Conneely abruptly resigned Tuesday night. The resignation takes … Click to Continue »
Bill Kirby shares interesting stories about Augusta, Georgia history. Here, he discusses Lulu Hurst, a local teen girl who wowed audiences by overpowering any man who dared to accept her strength challenge. (more…)
On the past, the indomitable present and a future we have yet to realize
AUGUSTA, Ga. --- No doubt golf fans around the world, especially in Dallas, awoke on Masters Sunday believing Jordan Spieth would at least be part of the late-afternoon drama, if not the champion for the second time in three years. Spieth, too, was certain of it. Show More Summary
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- During the Masters, we never know what luminaries we might spot under the shade of the enormous oak tree by the Augusta National clubhouse. Especially on Masters Sunday. A few minutes before Dallas' Jordan Spieth began his final round, Chip Shots crossed paths with Aaron Rodgers. Show More Summary
James Way Bach St John Passion; James Way, Gareth Brynmor John, Augusta Hebbert, Tim Travers-Brown, Matthew Sandy, Andrew Rupp, Collegium Musicum London, Bar Choral Society, Temple Players, Greg Morris; Temple Music at Temple ChurchShow More Summary
You know when you ask someone: “How’ya doing?” and they irritatingly reply: “Just livin’ the dream!” … Well Jeff Knox is the only one that’s allowed to reply is such a way. Knox is the marker at Augusta National for The Masters tournament. Show More Summary
Multi-national power company Enel announced the acquisition of Australia's largest ready-to-build solar project, the 137.5 megawatt Phase 1 of Bungala Solar One, set to be located near Port Augusta in South Australia. Enel Acquires Australia’s...Show More Summary
Masters runner-up Justin Rose believes he will contend again at Augusta National after losing a play-off to Sergio Garcia.
Rory McIlroy feels a disappointing third round cost him the chance to win the Masters and complete the Grand Slam.
That was an interesting Masters (as they usually are). I’m talking about the golf tournament in Augusta, Ga. There was a shoot-out between Sergio Garcia (the Spaniard) and Justin Rose (the Englishman). Sergio took him. And, on my Q&A podcast, I talk it over with Mark Farrell, my old friend who’s a golf pro in Connecticut. Show More Summary
AUGUSTA, Georgia, April 9 (Reuters) - Two former U.S. Masters champions saw their fortunes diverge on Sunday as 2011 winner Charl Schwartzel rallied to finish third while 2013 victor Adam Scott slipped to a tie for ninth.
(Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University) Too much of a protein already associated with prostate cancer appears to also diminish the energy burning power of brown fat, scientists report.