Natural Horsemanship

Before natural horse-manship, “breaking” a horse was long assumed to be sound training.…
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A Tailgate Touchdown

One of the great rivalries in college football, the Carolina-Clemson game has it…
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Down to the Studs

On the wall of Brenda Bowen’s dining room hangs an imposing canvas giclée…
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The Adventure of Hay Hollow

If you ask Juleah and Lee Blatt what life is like on their 22-acre farm in Blythewood, their immediate…
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C’est Magnifique

In 1991, when Martine and Yves Naar moved their family into a home on Forest Lake, the backyard…
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Crowning Champions

If you’re a high school athlete, chasing rings is the ultimate prize. At…
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I Can Read!

In a time when tablets and televisions have replaced books in many homes,…
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Living for the Applause

Renowned musical savant Brittany Maier loves applause. And she knows exactly how to…
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Wind Chasers

South Carolina is blessed with miles of beautiful beaches, and people find a myriad of ways to enjoy their splendor. Some use a beach bivouac, where golf cart, loads of towels, tents, coolers, chairs, and…
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The Giving Dilemma

Could charitable giving become a casualty of tax reform? Gloom and doom predictions that the tax reform measures…
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The Floodwater Commission

South Carolina has experienced four hurricane and tropical storm-related catastrophic flood events since October 2015, and this threat…
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Simply Southern Libations

If you don’t live in the South, then bless your heart! But even…
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White Lightning

The old Model T Ford sped down the ridge, headlights switched off, with…
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New Southern Cooking

To understand the latest trends in Southern cooking, it is helpful to define…
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