At the River

Imagine spending an evening watching a deep blue and orange Lowcountry sunset from…
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The Neighborhood Garden

Audrey Hepburn once said, “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.”…
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Buying Art

An empty expanse in the corner of the den, sterile white paint running…
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Insect Inspection

Beneficial insects are the rage, but they can cross good versus bad category…
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Define the Design: Decorative Storage

Accent chests are no longer just for bedrooms! These versatile pieces can make…
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Et Cetera: Praying or Preying?

Both creepy and fascinating, the Carolina mantis, or praying mantis as it is…
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From the Garden to the Vase

People have grown and arranged flowers since at least 2500 B.C. In ancient…
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A Room with a View

Never say never; just ask Gail Bunch. Gail and Robert, her husband, lived…
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A World without Photography

When John James Audubon published The Birds of America, South Carolina College subscribed…
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Aiken’s Noble Trees

Raleigh, North Carolina, proudly advertises itself as the City of Oaks, but few…
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Et Cetera: Fragile Strength

“A power of Butterfly must be — The Aptitude to fly Meadows of…
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Sweet Olive Cottage

This year marks the 100th anniversary of arguably the most distinct decade in…
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