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Archive »Eat & Drink

Rising Heat

“Feel the burn” is a popular catchphrase that refers to the intense reactions a person experiences while engaged in extreme physical exercise, or after a mouthful of a scorching hot sauce.

A Celebrated Delicacy

In the days before refrigeration and frozen food aisles in grocery stores, people had to be creative with their produce in order to maximize the benefits from their harvest and minimize spoilage.

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.
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Archive »Health & Wellness

The Buzz on Seasonal Allergies

Fall is the season everyone waits for year-round, bringing with it football, cool weather and, unfortunately, seasonal allergies.

Ask the Experts: Medical Q&A

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Archive »Community

Ex Libris: The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes

“‘Excellent!’ I cried. ‘Elementary,’ said he.” Sherlock Holmes has thus been shrugging off the fervent admiration and amazement of Watson and his readership for nearly 130 years, and still he does not cease to find new devotees.

Et Cetera: A Safe Landing

In 1930, “Municipal Airport Owens Field” celebrated its grand opening on April 24th and 25th.
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Archive »Home & Garden

Inside Out

Of all the reasons why Columbia is a great place to call home, one that’s often overlooked is the city’s climate that makes it possible — and enjoyable — to entertain outside nearly all year long.

Simply Southern

Designing a simple Southern garden is as easy as baking a Southern pecan pie! All you need are the right ingredients, and your oasis will be thriving in a short period of time.
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