Globe Trotting

If “someday” is what crosses your mind when friends’ photos of their trips to exotic isles in the South Pacific, storybook European villages or ancient sites like Machu Picchu appear on Facebook, you’re not alone.
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Stanley Steemer of Columbia

Sitting down with Suzanne Pucci, president (803) 754-2219 StanleySteemer.com   What differentiates your…
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A Punch of Pulp

Early spring can be very frustrating for avid gardeners. The skies are blue, yet the temperatures are usually too cold to begin planting spring and summer annuals.
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The Dishwasher Dilemma

Of all the conflicts that take place in today’s society, 40 percent of Americans fight about how the dishwasher should be properly loaded.
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Handle With Care

One of the most special times in any couple’s life is when they’re expecting a new addition to the family, no matter if it’s the first or the fourth.
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Plump, Lift, Brighten

“You can be gorgeous at 30, charming at 40 and irresistible for the rest of your life.” — Coco Chanel
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Novel Ballets

This spring brings two new ballets to the Columbia stage.
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Perfect Pitch or Foul Ball?

Those opposed to Columbia’s new minor league baseball stadium believe its proponents possess a pie-in-the-sky, “if you build it, they will come” perspective.
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Et Cetera: Naturally Beautiful, Nationally Registered

Our nation can pride itself on having an official list that recognizes cultural and historic resources worthy of preservation.
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Student Spotlight

Independent schools provide smaller class sizes and one-on-one attention from teachers, making education more personalized and accessible to students.
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The Kinder Garden

It doesn’t matter the size of a garden in order for it to make a statement. One step into the Kinder’s lush outdoor oasis feels like taking a step into the secret garden.
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Oak Grove

“Some places just resonate history,” says Bill Cross as he lifts the giant iron key off of the entryway table and walks toward the massive solid wood door.
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