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Come along for Augusta magazine’s new series about the lore, fascination and public interest of the South. Our second stop, Boggs Academy.
Drumroll please! Here are this year’s Best of Augusta winners as voted by the loyal readers of our magazine!
For the Best of Augusta issue, my thoughts turned to my all-time favorite comfort foods and a flattering milestone in my company’s history.
NOLA Coffee on Highway 1 in Warrenville is a new local favorite. Originally a cold brew cart, owner Mallory and husband Jake Adkison started selling at local markets to help fund the future adoption of a child from Liberia.
When Haley Maness was 18, she started experiencing debilitating headaches, extreme weakness, brain fog and more. Test after test came back negative and doctors implied it must be psychological. But Maness knew it was more than that.
Long before Donald O. Rhodes rambled into a newsroom, a fair-haired tot plunked out letters on the typewriter — too young to know what he was putting on the paper threaded into the machine.
Come along for Augusta magazine’s new series about the lore, fascination and public interest of the South; Erik and Karin Vonk’s Richland Rum.
Get to know some of the area’s artists!
Food is art. The craft behind preparation, the ability to recognize good design in the presentation and the final verdict have built the success of chefs, restaurants, cooking shows and cookbook authors.
Park Avenue Oyster Bar & Grill in Aiken has set itself apart as the premiere venue for date nights, a fresh bite, rehearsal dinners and more. The experienced background of the owners and staff and the freshness of the food hold a promising future.
They may hold a variety of jobs but each of the professional women featured in the following pages makes a positive impact on their clients’ lives...
Best of Augusta
Here’s your chance to tell us your favorite things about Augusta… Cast your vote for those places and people you think deserve recognition for a job well done!
It’s comforting to remember that in 2021, there are still plenty of bests to offset all the worsts of 2020.
It’s comforting to remember that even in 2020, by popular acclaim the worst year most of us have ever had the misfortune to endure, there are still plenty of bests to offset all the worsts. Please enjoy all the proof the following pages provide. DINING...