March 15: Dr. Anthony Kellman (1pm); Merv Waldrop (2pm); Cutting Education (2:30)

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Have you ever been interested in writing poetry? Composing songs? Dr. Anthony Kellman is professor of creative writing at Augusta State University and he writes poetry, composes songs, plays several instruments and sings! He’ll join Carl to discuss writing tips and more as Carl also features Dr. Kellman’s latest CD. Merv Waldrop is going to […]

Feb. 2: Andy Henriquez (1pm); Lucinda Clark (2pm)

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How do you deal with tragedy when it hits your family? In the midst of his own tragedy, motivational speaker, Andy Henriquez, shares some valuable insights and his personal story of how he’s doing that right now after having lost some family members in Haiti’s earthquake. Join us for encouragement and inspiration. Lucinda Clark has been […]

Sept. 21: Ms. Amy (1pm); Patsy Scott (2pm); Christine Miller-Betts (2:30)

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The Augusta Symphony has a new name – the Symphony Orchestra Augusta. Ms. Amy will talk about the name change and the sounds we can hear during the Westobou Festival. Patsy Scott is running for the Board of Education seat (District 5, Augusta-Richmond County) left vacant following the passing of her husband, Joe Scott. Learn […]

September 18 Terrell Foundation (1st hour); Clara Park (2nd hour)

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The Terrell Foundation has been involved in the arts for several years and is responsible for bringing world renowned poet Nikki Giovanni to Augusta, Georgia to the city’s first annual Westobou Festival. Jessy Arnold and Kim Baxter-Lee will speak with me. Clara Park will be representing the Chamber Music Series as we continue our discussion […]

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