January-February 2014

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A True Fairey Tale

Like a lot of couples, Eleanor and William Fairey can trace their first meeting to school. What sets them apart is that …

A Way with Horses

Bruce Anderson doesn’t work with horses. He doesn’t train them either. Instead, he considers himself a “horse helper.”

Cherished Rituals

Columbia’s Best Kept Secret

Every city needs an organization to promote the arts and to develop a unique artistic culture within the community.

Design Trends as seen in High Point

Twice a year, High Point, N.C. comes to life with one of the largest home furnishing shows — High Point Market.

Filling the Gaps

South Carolina’s recent push to create industry clusters – particularly around the automotive and aerospace sectors …

Get Dressed Up to Give

On Saturday, Feb. 15, the American Heart Association will host its annual Midlands Heart Ball at the …

Perfectly Imperfect

Driving through the countryside several years ago, artist Philip Hultgren was stunned to see a …

Soup’s On!

It may not always seem elegant, but soup has magical powers. The mock turtle sang his praise for beautiful …

The Best of Columbia

In today’s world, the word “best” is thrown around in daily conversation like popcorn in a popper.

The Warmth and Comfort of an Outdoor Fireplace

A popular way to extend time outside during the colder months in the Midlands is to include an outdoor living …

The Wright Move

Kandie and Patrick Wright were living a perfectly content life in the gated King’s Grant neighborhood in 2009.

Three Hundred Years and Counting

From the successful defense of Fort Sullivan, née Fort Moultrie, against the combined British fleet …

Tied to a Good Cause

Columbia is not only “famously hot,” but is also known for its Southern charm and style.
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