A Musical Massage

Kipper Ackerman admits she was a little reluctant at first, pushing her 82-pound concert harp down ...
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Indigo Woods at Still Hopes

What if everything you loved in life was waiting right outside your front…
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From the Dog House to the Big House

It’s taken a couple of decades, but slowly, stealthily, Columbia’s dogs have made their way from the yard ...
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Madeira – America’s Wine

Fine Madeira wine is rich in flavor, with history and tradition swirling in every glass.
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Dunbar Builders Celebrates A Generation of Custom Home Building

A graduate of Indiana University School of Business, Dunbar founded his custom homebuilding business after serving in the U.S. Air Force
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Climbing the Mountain of Child Abuse

Child abuse cuts across all socioeconomic lines. It does not matter what neighborhood a family lives ...
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Leadership Columbia Continues to Pave the Way

In 1972, Richard Nixon was president, John West was governor of South Carolina, John Campbell was mayor of Columbia ...
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“That’s Not a Knife … THAT’s a Knife!”

College chemistry class rarely leads to a blacksmith shop, but for entrepreneur Reed Moore ...
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Spherion Staffing

Spherion, a trusted Source for the area’s finest talent, operates like a locally…
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Cool Care Heating & Air

Cool Care, Inc. is a family owned and operated heating and air conditioning…
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Must Haves for Golf this Year

In preparation for golf season down South, there are two things that should be on top of the to-do list.
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Creating Space and Charm

When Debra and Charlie Rountree moved to Charleston in May 2011, it didn’t take long for them to realize ...
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