WALK for Palmetto Health Breast Center

Don pink and participate By Deena C. Bouknight Every fall, a sea of pink parades through Columbia. Hundreds, in fact,…
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From The Publisher

I Scream, You Scream I absolutely love fly fishing. For this sea loving lady, saltwater fly fishing is particularly exciting.…
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Ex Libris Online- The Last Ballad

A new story about the old textile mill era By Deena C. Bouknight From 1899 to 1996, cotton goods were…
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Hop On! Hop Off!

The Comet (a.k.a. Soda Cap Connector) is covenient way to peruse Columbia By Deena C. Bouknight Have you seen the…
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Letter From The Editor- July-August 2018

Let Them Eat Cake By Margaret Clay It is always exciting when we begin production on one of our biannual…
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Summer Runnin’

Beat the heat By Deena C. Bouknight Just because summer months are the most arduous in Columbia – temperature wise…
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Preserving Your Fine Art

Tips on proper care By Virginia Newell The fine art you own is a pleasure and an investment. A little…
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Letter From the Editor: June 2018

Pervading Passions By Margaret Clay June is such a month of pleasure. School is out, pool parties ensue, and vacations…
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History on Display

Camden features cotton mill era exhibit until August By Deena C. Bouknight At one time, cotton truly was king in …
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Ottie Roberson Celebrates her 107th Birthday

By Delia Corrigan West Columbia resident Ottie Roberson celebrated her 107th birthday on March 18th. Her smile and interest in…
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"Grown to Dye" DIY Tips

By Deena C. Bouknight Debby Greenlaw, featured in the March issue of Columbia Metropolitan in an article titled “Grown to…
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From The Editor: March 2018

TALL TALES FROM THE TWIN TOWERS BY MARGARET CLAY Standing at a full 5 feet 9 inches, I have always…
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