Serious About Spice

Fort Mill resident Ed Currie is serious about spice. Perhaps the best testament…
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The Lost Art of the Thank You Note

Did you make the effort to thank those friends and family members who…
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The Hunter’s Great Debate

Over the past 45 years, wild bobwhite quail populations in the Southeast have…
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If These Walls Could Talk

Although Ben Kelly’s children are all grown up now, you can almost hear the sounds of youthful laughter…
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Pillow Talk

One of the best interior design techniques to elevate a room is to punctuate with pillows. With the…
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Driven for Justice

You might say Lorri Unumb is a high achiever. She would say it…
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Remembering James Dickey

I first met James Dickey in January 1969 at the beginning of spring…
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At Home with History

Gov. Henry McMaster’s favorite aspect of living in the Governor’s Mansion, it turns…
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From Marsh Farms to Table

For centuries, farming has been a staple of South Carolina’s agriculture, economy, and general livability. Long before European settlers inhabited the land that would later comprise the Palmetto State, Native Americans farmed it for corn,…
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A Global Appeal

When Steve MacDougall was a young man, he and his pals would engage in the small-town ritual of…
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A Heart for Justice

The eyes of the nation and the world were fixed on South Carolina early this year during the…
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Quinoa — A High-Flying Grain

After indulging over the holidays, try this revitalizing salad featuring quinoa and loaded…
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A Libations Tour

Clink! Cheers to fall on Main Street – Columbia’s bustling happy hour hub.…
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Good Mood Food

It’s that time of year. Daylight savings time has not come back yet, so…
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