Charmain Brackett

Charmain Zimmerman Brackett is a lifelong resident of Augusta. A graduate of Augusta University with a Bachelor of Arts in English, she has been a journalist for more than 30 years, writing for publications including The Augusta Chronicle, Augusta Magazine, Fort Gordon's Signal newspaper and Columbia County Magazine. She won the placed second in the Keith L. Ware Journalism competition at the Department of the Army level for an article about wounded warriors she wrote for the Fort Gordon Signal newspaper in 2008. She was the Greater Augusta Arts Council's Media Winner in 2018.
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Jim Dent inducted into Caddie Hall of Fame

Jim Dent was inducted into the Caddie Hall of Fame Friday.

Augusta Choral Society honors military in season finale

The Augusta Choral Society presents its season finale Tuesday.

Column: Serene18 – take two

Managing editor Charmain Z. Brackett gets her second Serene18 passport stamp at Betty's Branch.

Young performer ‘works hard for the money’ in Donna Summer musical

Summer: The Donna Summer Musical originally scheduled for Jan. 20 at the Bell Auditorium has been rescheduled for May 31.

Augusta National ‘Black Caddies’ to be honored at Lucy Craft Laney Museum

The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History will honor Black Caddies at a reception on Friday.

Amy Grant ‘puts a little love in her heart’ in her current tour

Multiple Grammy and Dove Award winning singer-songwriter Amy Grant will perform at the Miller Theater May 25.

Pickleball tournament draws people to local neighborhood’s courts

Close to 200 people are participating in this weekend's NOT'Lanta Open pickleball tournament.

Area garden clubs work on multiple projects

Area garden clubs have been working on multiple projects thanks to grants including some from the National Garden Clubs Inc.

‘Marvelous Wonderettes’ highlights music of 50s and 60s

The Marvelous Wondrettes opens Saturday at Aiken Community Theatre.

Historic DeLaigle home sees a new chapter

It’s been a home, the place where the last Augustan to fight in a duel took his final breath, a reputed bordello and a lawyer’s office, and on May 14, the DeLaigle home, the yellow Second Empire style building will start a new chapter with its new owner, Daniel Edwards as Edwards Mercantile and Co.

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