Shucks!

During the long summer months in the South, oyster lovers begin the countdown to months with the letter R and the start of oyster season.
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Qualities of a Gentleman

Over the years of raising three daughters, we had many discussions of the qualities of a lady.
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Scooting Home to Columbia

New York college student Frank Scozzafava didn’t go to the beach on his freshman spring break. Instead, a buddy convinced him to come visit his campus — the University of South Carolina.
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Basic Skills, Advanced Success

The secrets to career success seem to be the same ones as those that let students thrive in the grade school classroom.
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The Man at the Helm

In most occasions, when a large city like Columbia gets a new police chief, the nice thing to say is the person has some big shoes to fill.
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Hot Shot

The city of Columbia knows A’ja Wilson as the unstoppable University of South…
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CMM Picks

It's holiday time, which means family, food and … movies! We all look forward…
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The 6th Annual Best of Philanthropy Awards

Six years ago, Columbia Metropolitan Magazine and Central Carolina Community Foundation partnered to create the Best of Philanthropy Awards to shine a light on people and organizations in the Midlands doing extraordinary things for the community.
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The Aftermath

The morning of Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015 changed many lives forever in the…
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War Dogs

Dogs are often referred to as man’s best friend, however, war dogs are of a more prestigious title.
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Palmetto People

Healing Path Counseling, Inc.  Healing-Path-Counseling.com Ellen P. Mitchell, LISW-CP, is a social worker…
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Ex Libris: Uncle Silas – A Tale of Bartram-Haugh

“It was winter — that is, about the second week in November — and great gusts were rattling at the windows, and wailing and thundering among our tall trees and ivied chimneys — a very dark night … " — Joseph Thomas Sheridan Le Fanu, Uncle Silas
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