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Archive »Eat & Drink

Tea Time!

Living in the South, when someone asks for tea, the typical expectation is a cold glass of sweet tea, that staple tradition of Southern heritage. However, ordering tea of the hot variety is a growing trend in the region.

A Table for Two

Savory Suggestions

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Archive »Health & Wellness

Beauty Trends

Hog Wild

Wild hogs — they’re big, they’re ugly, and they can be a bit ornery when cornered, but they sure are tasty on a plate.
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Archive »Community

Fear in Flight

When it comes to thoughts of flying, people can be told all day long to chill out, relax and breathe, but that doesn’t actually create courage in boarding a 727 about to haul down a runway at 150 mph to take off into the sky.

Made in Cola Town

Allston Chapman found her artist’s world within the energetic streets of New York City.
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Archive »Business

Making Mountains into Molehills

His success is no surprise — heavy equipment is in his bloodline.

Generations of Bankers

Hugh Lane, Jr. is a fourth-generation banker and a native Charlestonian. He speaks with the honey-tongued accent with Southern refinement, thus there is no mistaking his birthplace.
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Archive »Home & Garden

A Magical Vessel

Beth and Howard West have lived in their same Columbia home for the past 25 years. Both are avid gardeners, with Howard caring for the raised beds of vegetables in their yard and Beth tending to the flowers.

Building Stronger

The Moore family loved their Columbia home.
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