2022 Holiday Gift Guide

Augusta Magazine’s annual holiday gift guide.

Rawhide Revival

When I was a boy, my dad thought that a handmade leather sheath for my newly purchased machete would be better than the cheap canvas one that came with it. So we began an Arthurian-like quest for some needed leather, waxed thread and a harness needle.

The Trusted Furrier

Gently swinging in the breeze along Ellis Street is a dark green shingle sign and on it is the image of a guard. It reads “Richards Furriers — We Guard Your Garments.” A red brick sidewalk leads to the front door of a hidden gem in downtown Augusta.

Palate

Palate

Come for the food, stay for the sports! Manny’s Sports Off Broad is centrally located, has bar food with a creative twist and features all the sporting events you could watch!

SnapShots

SnapShots

Spectacular Lights With millions of Christmas lights in the shapes of American flags, the Armed Forces, castles, characters and more, Lights of the South is the perfect family entertainment for the Christmas season. They also offer marshmallows for roasting, hay...

A Focused Path

A Focused Path

Every year, thousands of visitors and residents walk along the Savannah River from Sixth to 13th streets. Newcomers refer to the area as the “Riverwalk,” but older residents remember the original name, “Oglethorpe Park,” from when it was created 50 years ago.

In A Class of Their Own

In A Class of Their Own

Although Augustans may have heard talk about the Washington Initiative, it has nothing to do with Washington Road or George Washington who visited Augusta in 1791 as the first president of the United States.

Complementary Designs

Complementary Designs

For locals in the know, the name Nandina is synonymous with the interior design studio boutiques located in downtown Aiken, Atlanta and Greenville.

Palate

Palate

We all remember the days of having Fuse on Broad Street … the days of creative menus and unique cocktails.

Playful and Sophisticated

Playful and Sophisticated

The playful sophistication of Laura Duke’s art with pops of color and impressionable imagery makes her paintings hard to ignore.

The Gospel Truth

The Gospel Truth

Black gospel radio in the Augusta-Aiken market enjoys a significant listenership, but locals rarely consider this entity a prominent radio demographic, attracting a viable (financial) market share. The history of Augusta-Aiken Christian broadcasting dates to the late 1940s and focuses around three key figures who have kept black gospel radio alive and well.

SnapShots

SnapShots

Graphic designer, artist and speaker, Jason Craig has certainly left his mark on Augusta area businesses.

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A Decade of Stepping Through and Being Amazing

A Decade of Stepping Through and Being Amazing

Eric Parker doesn’t sit much these days.
But today, he’s relaxing in one of theClubhou.se’s expansive glass-walled rooms on the third floor of the Georgia Cyber Center, overlooking the Savannah River on one side and downtown Augusta on the other.

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