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.
From Politics to Mt. Pleasant: Former Editorial Cartoonist Launches New Comic Strip
After two decades of creating editorial cartoons for The Augusta Chronicle, artist Rick McKee has started his own comic strip called Mt. Pleasant. It launched Jan. 1 and will appear in newspapers such as the Chicago Tribune and Orlando Sentinel.
Augusta’s Monroe embraces vintage look
The glitz and glamour of the 1940s and 1950s fashion inspired model Audrey Monroe to adopt the look.
At Work With: John and Pat Curry
Good memories associated with coffee led John and Pat Curry to start their Buona Caffe business in 2010. It's expanded to two coffee shops and a roastery.
He was a hero twice-over, and a symposium in his name honors other heroes. While the 11th annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium will be a virtual event on...
COVID-19 Can’t Slow Down Augusta Filmmaker
Augusta filmmaker Karlton Clay has always been a storyteller, a trait that has paid off for him in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic. He was named the 2020 Greater Augusta Arts Council Artist of the Year for his work in television and film.
Augusta Public Art Exhibit Coming Soon
One piece of the Maestro/Forever Young sculpture by Larry Schueckler features a child playing a musical instrument.