Post Flood Prognosis

For the residential real estate market, the long-dormant revival is now in full bloom, bringing new homes and new opportunities to a changed marketplace across the Midlands.
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Summer Hanging Baskets

No matter how big or small the garden, there is always room for a hanging basket … or two!
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Seeking Business Angels

A person seeking backers to fuel a growing company faces a room full of interested investors.
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Safe Travels

Robert is a Columbia native and still calls this fine city his home.
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Solutions for Stubborn Stains

From a mustard spill on a white t-shirt while grilling out by the pool, a grass stain from a backyard football game to a puddle of red wine accidently splashed onto a white linen tablecloth at a dinner party, stains are oftentimes unavoidable.
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Mending a Broken Heart

Dave, an avid cyclist, decided to take a 20-mile bike ride through Fort Jackson before watching the Carolina-Georgia game that afternoon with his family, but just four miles into his workout, Dave felt “tired and out of gas.”
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A Stitch in Time

Connotations of needlepoint often center on scenes from Jane Austin films portraying proper English women passing time with their needlework in their laps –– or on mental images of elderly grandmothers.
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A Reflective Perspective

Staying fresh as a photographer is difficult in today’s world where billions of photographs are in circulation.
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SpeedTree Takes Hollywood

“It was a very surreal moment,” Michael says. “There we were giving one of those ‘I would like to thank the Academy’ speeches.
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Synching Your Cycle

With warm weather right around the corner, what better time to pick up the outdoor hobby of cycling?
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Ex Libris: Tales of the Marvellous and News of the Strange

“They say — and God knows better and is more glorious and nobler — that amongst the stories of ancient times and past peoples is one that is suited to the intelligence of men of understanding who both ask and give.”
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