From the Editor: October 2017

Autumnal Attractions By Margaret Clay I just love October. The burnt fall hues, the cooler breezes, boots, scarves, smart jackets,…
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Gala-vanting the Night Away

An evening of food, fashion, and fun By Katherine Dyke On Thursday, September 28, the Columbia Chamber hosted its 115th…
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Fall for Apples

Where to find them, and how to make them last By Deena C. Bouknight October may be the time to…
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From the Editor: September 2017

Cultivating Character Coach Muschamp defines the attributes of an effective leader The coming of September marks the last tastes of…
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7 Days and Counting

Last minute information for eclipse-day planning By Deena C. Bouknight A full article on the upcoming August 21st total eclipse…
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Ex Libris Online: YA Series for Summer Reading

By Margaret Clay It is hard to believe that summer is already beginning to wind down when it seems like…
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Accolades and Reopenings for Richland Library

Columbia’s local library receives prestigious national medal and renovates the Cooper Branch By Helen Clay Summertime offers new opportunities for…
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Boating Day!

Plan Ahead for a Primo Day By Deena C. Bouknight With a 78-square-mile lake nearby and the coast within a…
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Retreat … Without Going Far

Three Local Inns Provide Unique Experiences  By Deena C. Bouknight We may think of staying at a bed and breakfast…
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Lighten Up!

Visit Spartanburg before next March for an interactive art experience By Deena C. Bouknight Since it is often difficult to…
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From the Editor: July/August 2017

THE GREAT DEBATE TO USE, OR NOT TO USE, THE OXFORD COMMA This past March, a $10 million lawsuit hinged…
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Patriotic Parties: How to throw the perfect July 4th bash

By Deena C. Bouknight Independence Day has a myriad of party planning opportunities. By the time July 4th hits, summer…
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