DIY Updos

When the world slowed down this year, DIY took on an all-new meaning.…
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Support from the Sidelines

As summer draws to a close, sports fans’ thoughts turn to goal posts,…
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A Blooming Retreat

Karen and Ron Galloway have carefully thought out every section of their garden.…
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Living Arrangements

When garden designer Ruthie Lacey was teaching me everything I know about flower arrangements, she would occasionally make…
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Achieving the Midas Touch

Ovid’s narrative poem Metamorphoses, published in A.D. 8, tells the story of King Midas who, when offered a…
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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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Crafting a New Footprint

Camp Cole was born of tragedy. When she was 13, Kelsey Sawyer Carter’s…
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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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Prevailing Against Economic Instability

The COVID-19 pandemic has rocked our sense of security as individuals and as a nation. We are fearful…
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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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Win with Gin

If, while comfortably nestled on the sofa with a crisp gin and tonic in…
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From à la Française to All American

Hundreds of years after its rumored beginnings in France, mayonnaise has undergone a…
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Ice Tea

Southern hospitality is reflected in many ways, such as friendly greetings to friends…
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