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Stuffing — or dressing — can be a touchy subject among holiday cooks.

Cutlery, Explained

Choosing the right cutlery for the right culinary task can be a daunting situation when trying to get dinner on the table in a timely manner.


During the long summer months in the South, oyster lovers begin the countdown to months with the letter R and the start of oyster season.
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Archive »Health & Wellness

Hot Shot

Tally Ho!

Crisp morning air, mist draped through the woods, the surge of the horse beneath and the sound of the hounds’ voices blending with the huntsman’s horn … it would be hard to find something not to love about foxhunting.
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Archive »Community

The Man at the Helm

In most occasions, when a large city like Columbia gets a new police chief, the nice thing to say is the person has some big shoes to fill.

CMM Picks

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Archive »Business

Basic Skills, Advanced Success

The secrets to career success seem to be the same ones as those that let students thrive in the grade school classroom.

Scooting Home to Columbia

New York college student Frank Scozzafava didn’t go to the beach on his freshman spring break. Instead, a buddy convinced him to come visit his campus — the University of South Carolina.
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Archive »Home & Garden

A Hidden Gem

Quietly off of Forest Drive sits a beautiful, secluded neighborhood that rebuffs the busyness of the bustling area — a serene community that envelops the tranquil Mill Pond neighborhood which is located on land once owned by James Hammond.

Flipping for Their Future

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