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Archive »Eat & Drink

The Impromptu Picnic

This spring, make the most of the season by planning an oldie but goodie — a classic picnic with some fresh new recipes.

Savory Suggestions: Farm to Table (or Shaker)

Savory Suggestions: The many shades of rosé

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Archive »Health & Wellness

Batting a Thousand

Baseball is widely considered a sport where numbers and data are meticulously dissected and careful thought is given to every pitch in every situation.

Mending a Broken Heart

Dave, an avid cyclist, decided to take a 20-mile bike ride through Fort Jackson before watching the Carolina-Georgia game that afternoon with his family, but just four miles into his workout, Dave felt “tired and out of gas.”
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Archive »Community

A Brush of Color

On her website, Noelle Brault captures the essence of what it means to be an artist: “Painting gives me the opportunity to be creative.

Moving to the Music

What do two public schools, a private school and an Episcopal cathedral all have in common? The answer is vibrant vocal programs whose passionate leaders are taking them remarkable places.
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Archive »Education

In Their Own Words

Student Spotlight

Independent schools provide smaller class sizes and one-on-one attention from teachers, making education more personalized and accessible to students.
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Archive »Home & Garden

Floating Florals

Make a big splash in your water feature this season by introducing flowering or non-flowering plants.

Et Cetera: Cattails

It is difficult not to smile when you see a clump of cattails growing wild in the wetlands or strategically placed in a beautiful water feature or pond.
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