The Columbia City Ballet

The Columbia City Ballet is celebrating 50 years of service to our community.…
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A Good Time for a Good Cause

It’s a combination that just makes sense. The 17th Annual Central Carolina Food…
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2nd Annual Palmetto Half Marathon

This month, North Trenholm Baptist Church will host the second annual Palmetto Half…
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Get Some Culinary Class

Want to spice up your kitchen skills? Cooking classes provide recipes and ideas to make home meals more exciting and can even kick-start a new career. Check out all the ways you can find a class that's fit for you!
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Spring Brunch

The word brunch originated as student slang in 19th century England. In 1896,…
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Za's Brick Oven Pizza

Since its inception in July 1998, Za’s Brick Oven Pizza has been Shandon’s…
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Comfort Services

We sat down with Todd Wagstaff, President of Comfort Services to learn more…
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Ryan Brewer Enterprises

Ryan Brewer came to South Carolina in 1999 to join Lou Holtz and…
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Hungry for a Festival?

January                                                World Beer Festival In a town with a growing population that…
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Memorable Fare

According to the Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau, “Eating in the South is a way of life, and Columbia does it well. Over the years hundreds of restaurants have come and gone in Columbia. In addition to providing Columbians and visitors with places to eat, many of these restaurants became popular gathering places for social, fraternal and political organizations. Take a peek through Columbia's restaurant history.
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Columbia Museum of Art 2011 Gala: Grit and Glamour

Rock and roll meets black tie at the Columbia Museum of Art’s 2011…
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The Gathering Place

Looking for a modern spin for your kitchen? Check out interior designer Ford Boyd Bailey's, ultra modern un-kitchen!
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