The Legacy of South Carolina Law

When one enters the Great Hall of Middle Temple, one of the illustrious…
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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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The Perfect Prescription

When you’re feeling ill and want to see your doctor, the last thing…
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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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Made in Cola Town

It is impossible not to be happy for Eva Pilgrim. As she talks…
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A Hope and a Future

Thirty-year-old Devin Bartos, who became addicted to drugs during his teenage years, spent…
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CMM Reflections: Honoring Dot Ryall

Who needs the arts, some might ask? In addition to providing inspiration and…
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Hope for the Hungry

Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Harvest Hope reported that food insecurity…
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Combatting COVID-19

For seven years, Victoria Fleischer has delighted in teaching sewing lessons in Columbia.…
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Scene in the City: United Way of the Midlands

Melissa Dunn delivers MRC Book Bunny totes filled with books to Dr. Beth…
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CMM Reflections: Honoring Joe Anderson

First-time entrepreneurs have only an 18 percent chance of their business surviving. In…
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