March 2016

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A Punch of Pulp

Early spring can be very frustrating for avid gardeners. The skies are blue, yet the temperatures are usually too cold to begin planting spring and summer annuals.

Beauty Trends

Breaking News

When the University of South Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communications moved up the hill from the Carolina Coliseum to the renovated former Health Sciences Building, Van Kornegay had “Movin’ on Up,” the theme song from The Jeffersons TV show, playing in his mind.

Down the Road

For those with an affection for religion, architecture, history, travel and photography, discovering churches in South Carolina will become an inevitable passion.

Et Cetera: Naturally Beautiful, Nationally Registered

Our nation can pride itself on having an official list that recognizes cultural and historic resources worthy of preservation.

Ex Libris: Eleanor of Aquitaine

“Pitiful and pitied by no one, why have I come to the ignominy of this detestable old age, who was ruler of two kingdoms, mother of two kings?” — Eleanor of Aquitaine, third letter to Pope Celestine, 1193

For Goodness’ Sake

It’s never too late for another fresh start! Besides weight loss, the positive outcomes of diet intervention include increased energy, improved health and possibly a longer lifespan.

Garvin Design Group

Globe Trotting

If “someday” is what crosses your mind when friends’ photos of their trips to exotic isles in the South Pacific, storybook European villages or ancient sites like Machu Picchu appear on Facebook, you’re not alone.

Good, Bad and Pugly

Soft, gentle kisses are one of the greatest joys of puppy ownership. But don’t be fooled.

Handle With Care

One of the most special times in any couple’s life is when they’re expecting a new addition to the family, no matter if it’s the first or the fourth.

In Their Own Words

Knock! Knock!

Distinguished doors define Columbia homes. Does your door stand out with a pop of color or tower your entryway to make a bold statement?

Life, Love and Legacy

One way in which Dr. Coogler chose to keep Patricia’s memory alive was by establishing scholarships for both dental assisting and dental hygiene students in her memory at Midlands Technical College.

Made in Cola Town

Dr. Parks began his life, as most of us do, at a hospital — Providence Hospital in Columbia — but he never imagined he would spend his days at one.

Novel Ballets

This spring brings two new ballets to the Columbia stage.

Oak Grove

“Some places just resonate history,” says Bill Cross as he lifts the giant iron key off of the entryway table and walks toward the massive solid wood door.

Palette Popping Accessories

Define your style this season with accessories using hues from Pantone®’s top 10 colors for spring 2016.

Perfect Pitch or Foul Ball?

Those opposed to Columbia’s new minor league baseball stadium believe its proponents possess a pie-in-the-sky, “if you build it, they will come” perspective.

Plump, Lift, Brighten

“You can be gorgeous at 30, charming at 40 and irresistible for the rest of your life.” — Coco Chanel

Silicon Valley, Southern Style

Silicon Valley — home to Google, Facebook, Apple — has long been considered the hub of cutting edge start-ups and swanky new global technology companies. But times are changing.

Stanley Steemer of Columbia

Student Spotlight

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

The Dishwasher Dilemma

Of all the conflicts that take place in today’s society, 40 percent of Americans fight about how the dishwasher should be properly loaded.

The Kinder Garden

It doesn’t matter the size of a garden in order for it to make a statement. One step into the Kinder’s lush outdoor oasis feels like taking a step into the secret garden.
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