The Gospel Truth

The Gospel Truth

By Timothy Cox Sadly, gospel radio icon Garfield Turner died following a lengthy illness just after our publication deadline. In his honor, we’ve chosen to leave his impact cited in this article unedited. Black gospel radio in the Augusta-Aiken market enjoys a...
2022 Dynamic Women

2022 Dynamic Women

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR 2022 DYNAMIC WOMEN IN BUSINESS PROFILES   This article appears in the August/September 2022 issue of Augusta Magazine. Subscribe to Augusta Magazine Have feedback or a story idea? Our publisher would love to hear from you! Name Email...
Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch 2022

Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch 2022

Young professionals between the ages of 25 and 35 are changing the landscape — surpassing previous generations in numbers and diversity, these young professionals have taken on a new role of influence, especially in shaping the future of economic growth and labor...
A Decade of Stepping Through and Being Amazing

A Decade of Stepping Through and Being Amazing

By Danielle Wong Moores 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...
Local Faces of Fishing

Local Faces of Fishing

By Don Rhodes  |  Painting by Rod Crossman BILL BAAB Bill Baab recalls that it was Earl Tyler DeLoach (the first local writer for The Augusta Chronicle to cover the sport of fishing) who inspired and mentored him after joining the daily newspaper as its first copy boy...
The Lure of Fishing

The Lure of Fishing

By Joe Manus  |  Painting by Rod Crossman My index finger on my left hand is missing part of its tip. It is a daily reminder of my fishing roots. When I was little, I whittled my own lures. I would shape them to look like the more handsome store-bought ones in my...