Joy to the World

Christmas is celebrated by more than two billion people around the world in…
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The Fragrance of Advent

Lucy Maud Montgomery wrote of the delights of anticipation when her beloved heroine…
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A Bit About Brooches

Perhaps the oldest and most storied piece of decorative jewelry is the ornamental…
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For the Love of Linens

So much of the joy of a holiday meal lies in the traditions that families share year after…
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Organic Matter

At a horticulture training a number of years ago, we visited a multi-generational family vegetable farm where the…
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Made in Cola Town

It is impossible not to be happy for Eva Pilgrim. As she talks…
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Sewing an Invisible Thread

Although an unseen virus put a damper on volunteer opportunities this past spring,…
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Refresh and Renew

Coffee beans are the pit of the coffee plant’s bright red or purple…
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Opening Day

Clay Johnston spent most of his boyhood afield and since then has never looked back. He says, “I’m in enough dove clubs that I can hunt four to six days a week, from Orangeburg to…
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Adjusting the Center Pivot

While many industries came to a halt during the early weeks of the pandemic, agriculture falls high on…
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Five Years Later

Human beings’ brains are wired for optimism, according to Tali Sharot, Ph.D. Tali is a professor of cognitive…
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The Brunch Beverage

When it comes to a weekend drink in the morning, bloody marys are…
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Chow Down

The smell and taste of a nostalgic food can transport us to simpler…
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Spice It Up

Scuppernong grapes are big, juicy, burnished bronze, golden, green delicacies native to the…
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