November 2017

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Birds of a Feather

Every Thursday morning like clockwork, 100,000 quail peck their way out of minute speckled eggs and emerge cheeping and flapping at Manchester Farms.

Carving a Niche

Jerry Caines and Roy Caines of Georgetown, South Carolina, draw strength and inspiration from their grandfather and great uncle’s renowned wooden duck decoys, continuing a family legacy of rare craftsmanship and fraternal partnership.

Drop It!

Etc.: Bring on the Bird

Ex Libris: Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?

Friendsgiving: A New Tradition

As a holiday, Thanksgiving is special. In fact, some love Thanksgiving so much that one day — and one meal — just isn’t enough.

From Stein to Stovetop

From the Editor: A Cornucopia of Celebration

Get Rolling

You do not have to be a professional chef or world-class baker to make creative items that will impress your guests.

Made in Cola Town: Ainsley Earhardt

Ainsley Earhardt is not afraid to use the word “dream.” Right now so many have come true.

Park City's Perfect Powder

This Forbes five-star lodge and spa, named after the legendary Norwegian gold medalist in the 1940s and ‘50s who was also the lodge ski director for 35 years, provides true luxury on a grand scale.

Saying Goodbye

While the beginning of life is a time of celebration, the end of life is a painful process of loss, letting go, transition, and saying goodbye.

Southern Roots

South Carolinians share an unbridled affection for the sweet potato, one of the world’s significant food crops.

Southern Sasanquas

While the Camellia sasanqua is one of the defining flowers of the Midlands, we have adventurous ancestors to thank for bringing the plant from faraway Asian lands to grace gardens throughout South Carolina.

The 2017 Best of Philanthropy Awards

Every year, Central Carolina Community Foundation and Columbia Metropolitan Magazine partner to honor people in our community who are making a difference.

The McMeekins are Home

Calhoun McMeekin grew up in Lake Katherine on Portobello Road in a home that triggers many happy memories.
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