All the World’s a Stage

I will never forget my ecstasy when in sixth grade I was cast…
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Ex Libris: The Feather Thief

Every hobby seems to have a certain subset of followers who obsess over their…
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Yellow Jessamine

Unlike imported-from-Asia camellias, which over time melded organically into the South Carolina landscape, yellow…
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Be Wise When Parents Advise with Little White Lies

Face the facts: not everything our parents told us was true. It’s not…
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Things Cooks Know

Knowing your way around the kitchen comes with a basic mastery of cooking techniques…
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One Fox, Two Fox

The old Gullah phrases “com yah” and “bin yah” basically translate into “come…
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Slam Dunk Sneakers

High end sneakers, with strong appeal amplified by today’s basketball stars and their…
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Huzzah to History!

While the Civil War receives a great deal of attention in South Carolina,…
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Rising to the Call

Imagine being afraid of summer, knowing that with it comes less food and…
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Made in Cola Town

“Give me a head with hair, long, beautiful hair … Give me down…
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The Beat Goes On

Newly tenured professor of ethnomusicology Birgitta Johnson, Ph.D., picks up a sizeable gankogui…
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A Flock of Birders

“Everyone likes birds. What wild creature is more accessible to our eyes and…
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