Scores of Augustans descended upon Broad Street Friday, Nov. 5 for the Augusta Handmade Fair. The event did not happen last year due to the pandemic, and the patrons and artisans alike were happy to have it back.

“I’m excited,” said Dawn Cardona, a paper artist who spent Friday evening cutting out paper designs and selling her wares to the crowds. “It’s a chance for local artists to share thei...

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