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Game Day Eats

By Vera Stewart | Photography by Amy J. Owen | Food styling by Emily Yates How many times has the following happened to you? You’re relaxing at home or busy with errands when you find out last minute that you’re having company over to watch the game or the golf tournament. While I have a…

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Lola Gazda – Iris

By Connie Cottingham One Thursday Lola Gazda pulled out her phone to show me a photo of tall screen she is painting with four flowers. One of the four panels is a tall purple iris. “I don’t know the variety, but I have many purple iris in my front yard and they are beautiful when…

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The Scoop – Fall 2020

40 concerts. 4 Days. 100% Virtual. If you have been longing the return of concerts, then Porch*Fest is the event for you. The 2nd annual event, held October 15-18, features 40 live concerts spanning four days. All concerts will be streamed via Facebook Live. Proceeds from the event benefit Historic Athens, the non-profit dedicated to…

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The Long Game

  By Johnathan McGinty | Photos by Evermore Photo Co. and JenWolf/Shutterstock   Athens eyes return of football with optimism, apprehension   At first glance, you might not expect Little King’s Shuffle Club to be an ideal spot for a Georgia football fan to enjoy a few cold beverages during a fun-filled fall weekend in…

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Garden + Garnish

By Griffin Nelson | Photos by Evermore Photo Co. As much as I love eating out and supporting local restaurants, I also love cooking at home. I’ve tried a few meal-kit delivery services over the years for several reasons: First off, it’s super easy. No muss, no fuss. Just pick out what I want to…

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Baylee Bakes

By Griffin Nelson | Photos by Evermore Photo Co. It has often been said that “Necessity is the mother of invention.” That saying certainly rings true for Baylee Marsh. As a struggling college student, Marsh was able to convert her love of baking into a successful business. “I honestly started this business by accident,” Marsh…

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Classic Style with the K.A. Artist Shop

By Ashlee Duren | Photos of courtesy of K.A. Artist Shop Kristen Ashley’s world is filled with color. Literally. Her innate sense of creativity eventually evolved into The K.A. Artist Shop, a multifaceted artistic hub. Located off downtown N. Jackson Street, Ashley opened her store in November 2014 and has carefully curated a vast selection…

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“All Lives Matter” Isn’t the Point

By Brian Panowich Throughout my tenure as the columnist for “Scattered & Covered” here at Augusta Magazine, I have never used this wonderful platform they gave me for any kind of political commentary or to forward any sort of slanted hidden agenda — either to the left or the right. So, understand that I’m not…

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Taste – Fall 2020

  SIP By Griffin Nelson | Photos By Sara Wise With many people working from home this year, they have had to find more creative ways to get themselves moving. Many athletes were understandably relieved when gyms opened back up, even with social distancing requirements, and with businesses like theaters and parks closed, families have…

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