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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Private Eyes brings the music of Hall & Oates to Evans

Private Eyes, a Hall & Oates Tribute Band, performed the first of two concerts Thursday in Evans. The group will perform again Friday.

Morris Museum marks 30 years of art and programs

The Morris Museum of Art is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year.

Spirits are blithe on Aiken’s stage

Aiken Community Theatre will present Blithe Spirit for two weekends starting Friday.

ArtScene: Aiken photographer rises above others

A photograph taken by Aiken photographer Patrick Krohn was recognized from more than 100,000 entries in the Nature Conservancy's 2022 photo contest.

Suspect in mass slaying arrested in Burke County

A Spartanburg, S.C. man is in a Burke County jail after being arrested for an armed robbery, but the arrest led to details of another crime.

Ballet with a heavenly pirouette

A new ballet company combines faith with the art of dance.

Three Richmond County deputies arrested

Three Richmond County sheriff's deputies are in jail after one of them allegedly assaulted an inmate while the other two did nothing to stop it at the Charles B. Webster Detention Center.

Augusta Mini Theatre aims to hit fundraising goal

The Augusta Mini Theatre is celebrating its 47th anniversary Oct. 8.

Shot in Augusta, ‘Applewood’ is a supernatural thriller

A woman’s special ability connects her to a forgotten mystery in the supernatural thriller, “Applewood.” About 90% of the film was shot at the Clay House...

Rising Stars will benefit the Jessye Norman School of the Arts

A fundraiser for the Jessye Norman School of the Arts will be Sunday.

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