January-February 2018

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Act I, Scene I

I saw my very first play in 1965 when I was 5 years old.

A Principal Achievement

The principal of a school is often an unsung hero.

Ask the Experts: Home Q&A

Caribbean Luxury

This luxury boutique hotel offers an intimate, understated feel.

Columbia Shines!

A heartfelt congratulations from all of us at Columbia Metropolitan Magazine to the 2018 winners!

Et Cetera: Here Comes the Bride

From the Editor: Keeping Resolutions

Everyone loves a fresh start.

From Turns to Toe Loops

In his nearly five decades on the ice, Mark has traveled the world, skating for a variety of audiences — from children to dignitaries, judges, and Walt Disney fans. And now, he calls Columbia home.

Getting Down to Business: Progressive Fitness

Love Locks

Unbreakable signs of love began showing up on the fencing of the Lake Murray Dam.

Oui, Je le Veux!

France has been part of Charlotte’s life since she was just 6 months old.

Raising the Bar

Bar carts bring to mind Hollywood glamour, nostalgia, and old movies.

Shooting, Showing, or Both

What makes classic sporting firearms “classic?”

Simple Elegance

It may be a rare occurrence, but stress-free wedding planning does exist.

The Cruelest Miles

It is difficult in modern-day America to imagine being isolated from medication.

The Gardener’s Winter Work

January and February are an excellent time for gardeners to reflect, study, and plan for the next season.

Tiara Tips

Every lady knows that well-made, classic jewelry is a better purchase than clothing.

Tradition with a Pop

In 2012, Muffet and Josh McCain pulled up stakes in Charleston and moved to Columbia.

Your Wish is Granted

The Wish Ball endeavors to raise $300,000 to spotlight the desires of critically ill children and make their heartfelt wishes come true.
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