A Fall Fragrance

Gertrude Stein famously said that a rose is a rose is a rose, but that phrase does not apply at Norma Becker’s home where the back yard is engulfed in velvety canvases of color, texture, and fragrance exuding from more than 75 glorious rose bushes. No two roses are alike.
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At Rest

One of the many benefits of traveling South Carolina is discovering locations steeped…
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“Here I Stand; I Can Do No Other”

This month, people all over the world celebrate the quincentenary of the Protestant Reformation.
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From Mule Power to Horsepower

How tractors ended up in South Carolina to assist farmers and, ultimately, to replace mules and other working livestock, requires a history lesson.
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Getting Down to Business: Columbia Eye Clinic

“Being proactive is so important. The sooner eye problems are detected and treated, the better your long-term vision outcomes.”
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Inspired Interiors

CMM is excited to introduce another home specialty feature –– our 2017 Inspired Interiors.…
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Et Cetera: Driving a Plow

Say ‘gee’ to make them go right and ‘haw’ to make them go left.
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From the Editor: Autumnal Attractions

I just love October. The burnt fall hues, the cooler breezes, boots, scarves,…
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Transplanting 101

October is a good time to transplant small shrubs and trees that have not been in the ground for too long.
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Round and Round Again

For tweens and teens growing up in Columbia in the late 1960s and ‘70s, Meri’s Record Store in Richland Mall…
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Hiding in Plain Sight

While the love for the sport is intense, so is the careful attention paid to selecting the right apparel before heading out for a day of stalking prey.
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