June 2015

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A Culinary Icon

There’s no time like summertime for dining on that great American classic — the hamburger. Whether fried, grilled or broiled, the hamburger is certainly one of the most popular foods served at home or in restaurants, from fast food to a white tablecloth.

Always in Season

During the past few years, I’ve noticed that baby-boomers are not only trying to simplify their living situations but are also simplifying their gardens.

A Natural Progression

A native of Camden, Bibs married Henley Hurt the summer after she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Converse College. They lived in Charleston and Denver before moving to Columbia in 1970.

Announcing 2015 topDentists™

A River Runs Through It

There is something uniquely appealing about water, from the sound of its gurgling to the aquatic life it offers and the enjoyable sports it provides.

Ask the Experts: Home Q & A

CMM Picks

As we enjoy celebrating the 25th anniversary of Columbia Metropolitan, our staff continues to put together lists of our “Top 25” covering various topics.

Crafty and Creative

Catherine Walker is an equestrian and horse breeder with a background in advertising. Cindy Bumstead works in the printing industry. Tiffany Anderson is a mother of young children.

Define the Design: Garden Furniture

Different Boats for Different Folks

Every spring and summer when the cold, harsh effects of winter weather have subsided, a myriad of boat advertisements and boat shows abound throughout the United States.

Et Cetera: Hidden Trophies

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) stocks approximately 28,000 trout in the Lower Saluda River each December.

Ex Libris: A Severe Mercy

Find it Fresh

Everyone has a favorite, maybe two. For cat food or sugar, birthday cake or caviar, a lot of time is spent at the grocery store. Some go every day, while others make a list on Sunday and knock out the grocery trip once a week.

Hats + Scarves: Summer Essentials

June calls for hot days and cool, breezy nights. Whether trying to shade your face from the negative effects of the sunshine or simply wanting to make a fashion statement, hats are a definite early summer staple.

Limitless Sports

Special needs participants from all over the Midlands, and their families, are invited to spend a day at Lake Murray enjoying waterskiing on an adaptable ski, tubing and kayaking.

Made in Cola Town

Saving Eliza

Most people fear any late night phone calls that might bear tragic news or a doctor’s unexpected diagnosis. The statement, “Your daughter has Sanfilippo Syndrome,” instantly and traumatically altered one Columbia family’s existence.

Solutions for Living at Home A Ministry of Still Hopes

The Corner Office

Take a walk into First Citizens bank headquarters in Columbia, and it’s not unusual to hear a hearty laughter echoing down the hallways.

White, Whimsy and Welcoming

Some etiquette rules are easy to follow when it comes to dinner parties. Serve from the left, clear from the right. That’s easy enough. But what about the daunting task of setting the table?
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