Tribes and Territories

South Carolina is steeped in Revolutionary War and Civil War history. However, a rich and distinct history existed for hundreds, even thousands of years before these relatively young historical events became significant.
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From Forest Acres to Famously Fast

For the boy who grew up a few blocks off of Trenholm Road — the one who, at age 4, told his mom he wanted to be a race car driver — it was a perfect day.
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Seasoned Traditions

Every cook, it seems, has a secret. Maybe it’s a special way to beat eggs that creates a perfectly fluffy but toothsome yellow cake every time.
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Living on Memory Lane

They say you can’t go home again, but for many families living in Columbia, that adage couldn’t be further from the truth.
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The Sport of Kings

Falconry is an art. It requires copious time, an all-consuming devotion and a gentle yet determined skill.
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Announcing 2016 Top Doctors®

CMM is proud to announce the Castle Connolly’s 2016 Top Doctors® list for…
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Patriot James Miller

This past August, West Columbia resident James Miller was gearing up for his own election.
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Endless Vitality

Sitting down with Dr. Debra Mitchell, medical director (803) 708-3901 MyEndlessVitalitySC.com   What is…
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Midlands Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery

Sitting down with Ivan E. LaMotta, orthopaedic spine surgeon (803) 256-4107 MidOrthoNeuro.com   …
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Ex Libris: Treacherous Beauty

“I believe I may without vanity say that there are few women that could have so far conquered [these difficulties] as I have done.” — Peggy Shippen Arnold
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Positive Coaches

The coaches who seem to grab headlines most often are the ones who grab facemasks, throw chairs or intimidate their players.
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PULL!

The sport of shooting “clay pigeons” first developed in England around the turn of the 20th century as a means to practice wing shooting.
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