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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Texas Gypsies bring swing and jazz together for a unique night of music

Django Jazz marries Western Swing with the Texas Gypsies.

Augusta area braces for Ian

The Augusta area prepares for Hurricane Ian.

Augusta area under tropical storm warning as Ian approaches

Ian is expected to bring heavy rains and gusty winds to the area.

Georgia and South Carolina prepare for Ian

An update of Georgia's and South Carolina's plans ahead of Hurricane Ian.

Miami resident identified as triathlete who died after Sunday’s IRONMAN

The identity of the IRONMAN 70.3 participant who died has been released.

Drivin N Cryin heads straight to Columbia County this weekend

Augusta is one of the favorite spots for the Southern rock band Drivin N Cryin. This time around the band will play at the Columbia County Performing Arts Center.

Miss Augusta brings awareness to Alzheimer’s disease, helps raise funds

Quinn Shelt wanted to make a difference in her community. As Miss Augusta, she thought she’d have that opportunity, but she had no idea she’d make as much of an impact as she feels she has.

Lunchtime concert series returns for its 34th season

Tuesday's Music Live returns for its 34th season Sept. 20.

Bob Anderson brings Ol’ Blue Eyes to the Miller

Singing impression Bob Anderson brings Frank Sinatra to life in his upcoming concert at the Miller Theater.

‘Trouble With a Capital T’ and 76 trombones head to the Imperial Theatre

While “Hamilton” has been hailed for its use of rap in its showtunes, it wasn’t the first musical to do so.

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