During the first shutdown of the coronavirus in March 2020, many people across the country who were not considered “essential” were left without jobs. Instead of sitting around, many people turned to crafting and creating.
I got the opportunity to work on a film last July. This film is special to me, not only because I helped work on it, but also because it was entirely filmed in Augusta. Now that it’s been nearly a year after filming and the trailer came out last week, I wanted to see how some of my coworkers have changed since we worked together. Continue reading “‘Tulsa’: A Year Later”→
The shock of being out of job because of a virus is terrifying to say the least. Now I realize that I underestimated this situation entirely by thinking I would never lose my job to something that sounded for a while to be less threatening than the flu. Continue reading “Jobless during COVID-19”→
The seventh annual Burger Battle by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA will take place at the E.W. Hagler Club on Thursday, Oct. 4 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The event will host Augusta’s top chefs as they compete to be named the crowd’s favorite burger and be able to display the winner’s banner in their restaurant for the next year. Continue reading “Boys & Girls of the CSRA to host seventh annual Burger Battle”→