From the Publisher: Love of the Game

There is no mistaking the abrupt, jarring sound of a basketball buzzer. Even…
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Ex Libris: A Night to Remember

In 1898, a poorly acclaimed novel called Futility was published about a luxury,…
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Fungi Fun

More than 1.5 million identified species of fungi exist in the world, most…
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I Cannot Tell a Lie

When told that Napoleon Bonaparte was once attacked by a throng of angry…
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Rosemary

“There’s rosemary; that’s for remembrance ...” – Ophelia in Hamlet Rosemary (Salvia rosmarinus)…
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Roseate Spoonbill

Even the most casual observer of nature can see that something is amiss.…
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Suitcase Strategies

When it comes to packing for a trip abroad, even the most organized…
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Off the Beaten Path

From the gentle rock of the deck, the salty smell of the marsh,…
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Corn

Long before the first Europeans settled here, corn was a South Carolina staple…
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Margin

How do you respond to the question, “How are you doing?” The standard…
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Diving into DNA

When babies are on the way, it is fun to imagine what they…
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Made in Cola Town

In 20 years, Columbia native Charlie Todd has gone from riding New York…
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