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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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: May 2018

South Carolina Originals By Margaret Clay This past year, we at CMM were very excited to unveil the Capital Young…
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Experiencing History Through Music

Colla Voce Performs “Annelies” based on The Diary of Anne Frank By Deena C. Bouknight Anne Frank’s diary survived the…
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Hidden Gala at Columbia Museum of Art

“Seen & Unseen” and much more on April 21st! By Deena C. Bouknight “The Hidden Gala is a fantastic way…
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Letter FROM THE EDITOR: APRIL 2018

“April hath put a spirit of youth in everything.” – William Shakespeare BY MARGARET CLAY April’s temperate weather provides an inviting month to…
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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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Tasting Notes

Savory temptations await at the S.C. Philharmonic’s signature fundraiser By Deena C. Bouknight The South Carolina State Museum is the…
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