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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day the Augusta Way

Photo above provided by The Indian Queen and photographer Mark McBride. We're here to spread the luck of the Irish this St. Patrick's Day so grab your green and start celebrating! Have a Beer at Sheehan's Irish Pub Take a moment to cheers the Irish holiday at one of our favorite local spots. P.S…

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Celebrating Women's History Month in Augusta

In honor of Women's History Month, we are celebrating the Augusta women that contributed to the history and experiences of Augusta's River Region. That photo above? That's Augusta's very own, _thechristanway posted in front of one of our newest murals, "Yes You Can" painted by local artist…

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Support Black-Owned Businesses

Here in Augusta we stand in solidarity with our black community. Our thriving city takes pride in our commitment to promoting a healthy and equitable environment for our residents and visitors. Augusta’s River Region has become a place that so many people love through our work in diminishing…

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6 Ways to Explore African-American Heritage

Augusta's River Region has a unique African-American legacy. Individuals who called Augusta home and institutions that sprang up on its soil have left significant marks on American culture. Learn about the people and places that continue to resonate today at these six attractions and events. For…

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Valentine's Day Gift Guide

When a dozen roses just won't do for that special someone in your life, we have you covered for the perfect Valentine's Day gift. A Baker's Dozen Instead of grabbing a dozen roses, grab a sweet treat at The Boll Weevil Cafe & Sweetery. P.S. We highly recommend two slices of the Red Velvet Cake for…

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