Publisher Notes: August/September 2020

Publisher Notes: August/September 2020

 Like many of you, I have been praying that life would have returned to normal by now. Well, at least the way life looked before Covid. As I write this column, I feel as if we are still living in some sort of alternate reality. Masks and social-distancing have become...
A Home With A View

A Home With A View

By Ashlee Duren  |  Photo by Amy J. Owen Imagine waking up to views of the Savannah River every morning. That is the what Debbie and David Huguenin see each morning from their Evans home. Guests are greeted by those same breathtaking views of the river, complete with...
Publisher Notes: August/September 2020

Publisher Notes: July 2020

The current state of affairs in our country saddens me. I was raised to love and respect everyone. A person’s skin tone was just that, their skin tone. It has nothing to do with who they are as a person. As humans, we all have the same organs, our blood is red and we...
The Art of Living

The Art of Living

By Ashlee Duren  |  Photos by Amy J. Owen When you step inside the home of Anna and Nick Dickinson, you would never know the couple has two teenage sons. “That’s because I kicked the boys out when they were 14 and 9,” Anna says with a laugh. Not to worry – she did not...
Short Takes: May/June 2020

Short Takes: May/June 2020

Georgia Trust Honors Local Buildings The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation in April announced five Augusta winners of its annual awards with four connected to historic buildings and the fifth honoring a local civic leader. Founded in 1973, the Georgia Trust for...