September 2017

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Awakening Tired Spaces

Remodels can make everything old feel new again.

Barefoot Days at Pawleys

In my experience, crabbing always had more action than surf fishing. Plus, the marsh seemed more scenic.

Cultivating Character

USC fans have much to look forward to as Coach Will Muschamp leads the Gamecocks in his second full season.

Grow for It!

Meandering through older Columbia neighborhoods reveals residents’ love of horticulture in the remnants of greenhouses in some backyards.

“No! No! No!”

Investigator Nina Mauldin has been teaching classes for almost 10 years in an effort to empower women against becoming victims in a dangerous, life-threatening situation.

Made in Cola Town

A rising star is in our midst.

Maximizing Square Footage

Meet the Muschamps

Will Muschamp came to Columbia this past year to lead the Gamecocks and represent the university, and he takes it seriously.

Pimento Cheese

Few foods convey comfort like a bowlful of creamy pimento cheese.

Rural Retail

In this photo essay, Robert Clark captures the essence of these vintage buildings that hold memories from the days when being in a hurry was harder to do.

Savory Suggestions: Heirloom Tomato Pie

It is not too late to find vine-ripe local tomatoes to layer in a substantial and richly flavored pie.

Swirl, Sip, Savor

"Drinking good wine with good food in good company is one of life’s most civilized pleasures.”

Techy Tools

Foodies and gourmands know that using the right tools can make food preparation fun and quick.

Texture and Foliage

Many garden designs rely completely on texture and foliage to achieve their beauty.

The Healing Touch

The concept of using animals to help humans cope with difficult or traumatic circumstances is not a new notion.

The Island with No Bridge

Made famous in Pat Conroy’s autobiographical novel The Water is Wide, Daufuskie is the location of Conroy’s teaching stint in 1968 when he taught the island’s Gullah children.

The Perfect Portfolio

The Winter Fortress

Imagine the horror if Germany, under Adolf Hitler, had developed the atomic bomb first.
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