A Bit About Brooches

Perhaps the oldest and most storied piece of decorative jewelry is the ornamental…
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Joy to the World

Christmas is celebrated by more than two billion people around the world in…
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The View from Above

In the late 1800s a group of itinerant artists, aided by new advances…
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Chin Music

Beards are “in,” if you haven’t noticed. Even before everyone decided to participate…
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What’s on Your Plate?

“Rejoice” is probably not the word most South Carolinians think of when their…
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All the School’s a Stage

For as long as she can remember, Sheldon Paschal has been singing and…
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Harvest of Gold

The calendar said October, but the reality on this early fall day was…
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The Arrangement of Art

Not too long ago, Kirkland Smith was meeting, 6 feet apart, with fellow…
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Not Your Grandfather’s Bluegrass

Anyone who thinks bluegrass music is a dying art or just mountain music…
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Bonding Through Mahjong

In the mid to late 1800s in the courtesan houses and social clubs…
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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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Scene in the City: The Palmetto Opera’s La Traviata “Meet the Cast” Reception at The Koger Center

Jackie Norris, Tammy Cagle Tina Johnson, Jackie Norris, Rick Johnson Michael Nansel, Paul…
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