Hope for the hungry

Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Harvest Hope reported that food insecurity…
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Go Green

Avocados have a great deal of popularity far beyond the classic guacamole. From…
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Combatting COVID-19

For seven years, Victoria Fleischer has delighted in teaching sewing lessons in Columbia.…
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Insect Inspection

Beneficial insects are the rage, but they can cross good versus bad category lines. For example, one caterpillar,…
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Buying Art

An empty expanse in the corner of the den, sterile white paint running alongside the stairwell, a blank…
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To See and Be Seen

On a Friday afternoon, Terrance Henderson gathers a group of Columbia College dancers…
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Bridging the Poverty Gap

Tanya Inabinet, who works for the State of South Carolina, was a single…
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Cinderella Fire Breather

Jana Green-Slyder has a message for women of any age: “You can have it…
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The Sky’s the Limit

Imagine jumping from an airplane 14,000 feet in the air and traveling at 80 miles per hour. For some, it’s what nightmares are made of. For others, it’s a life-changing moment — something to rejoice…
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Is it Listed?

Multiple local, state, and national indicators in the real estate industry point to the Columbia area remaining famously…
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Preservation Pays

The charm and personality of a city often grow from its architecture and the design of its structures.…
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Tasty Crustaceans!

Louisiana arguably has the most distinct culinary traditions in the country, of which…
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Win with Gin

If, while comfortably nestled on the sofa with a crisp gin and tonic in…
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Avoid the Hunger Games

As Finnick Odair said before his untimely reptilian demise in The Hunger Games,…
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