St Julian Cox III

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Photojournalism: Feathered Friends Forever

Founded in 1997 by military veteran Ron Johnson, Feathered Friends Forever is an exotic bird rescue located on Byrd Drive in Harlem. For the past...

Photojournalism: Phinizy Swamp

Phinizy Swamp is located just a few minutes from downtown Augusta. Consisting of flood plain swamps and wetlands, the Phinizy Center and Nature Park is...

Photojournalism: Rae’s Creek Aqueduct

Built about five years after the Augusta Canal in 1850, the Rae’s Creek Aqueduct was the solution to the issue of getting the canal across...

Photojournalism: Jessye Norman Community Art Garden

The Jessye Norman School of the Arts has a community art garden which was initially established by Linda M. Scales. It's been picked back up...

Photojournalism: The Indian Queen

A friend of mine named Ben Evans recently started as a bartender at The Indian Queen, a bar located at 2502 Wrightsboro Rd. in Augusta. I...

Photojournalism: Augusta’s Monuments

Downtown Augusta's Greene Street has a strip of monuments honoring military personnel that fought in various wars throughout time. A few noteworthy individuals from the...

Photojournalism: Sharing the Moments

Augusta artist Jacob Boland is having his work displayed alongside other local artists' at 4P Studios, an art gallery located at 3927 Roberts Rd. in...

Photojournalism: The Georgia Railroad and Banking Company

The Georgia Railroad and Banking Company, chartered in 1833 in Augusta, Ga., is where the first railroad train in Georgia operated from. Located at the...

Photojournalism: Harlem, Georgia

I've lived in Harlem, Ga., for about two years now, and it wasn't until recently that I realized I never took the time to actually...

Photojournalism: Springfield Village Park

​I briefly mentioned Springfield Village Park in a prior story about geocaching in Augusta. Today, I’m going to go more in-depth about its historical significance....

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