Publisher Notes: October 2018

 

Did you know that we live in one of the best cities in the South? Don’t believe me? Read for yourself. 

It’s our annual Best of Augusta issue! A favorite of our team here at the magazine, and yes, it’s mainly because of the food. Of course, we do love shopping local, area entertainment and recreation, as well as festivals and events.

By the amount of votes we receive from our readers, I think it’s safe to say that it is one of your favorites as well.

Each year, we are anxious to see what area businesses will take top honors in their respective categories. Admittedly, we have institutions that dominant year after year, and deservingly so. But, we also have newcomers to the list. I’m not going to tell you who made the list this year. You will have read for yourself, beginning on page 42.

We also hope you will make plans to join us on Tuesday, October 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Sacred Heart Cultural Center and discover the Best of Augusta!

-Ashlee

 

Article appears in the October 2018 issue of Augusta Magazine.

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