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Eating Around Hilton Head, South Carolina

John Mariani | Posted 02.06.2017 | Travel
John Mariani

Not long after I visited Hilton Head and wrote about its attractions, the area was hit hard by Hurricane Matthew and destruction was widespread, but now I am told Hilton Head is coming back to vitality, and all the restaurants I visited there are again open.

'All the Single Ladies' Is an Easy, Comfortable Read

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 06.19.2016 | Books
Jackie K. Cooper

Frank's stories are slices of life. The women, and the men they meet, are characters the reader can relate to in the most positive way. There is no high drama here, but there is a lot of emotion involved in some of the situations they encounter.

Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson

Sunday Dinner: Don't Even Think About Calling This Soul Food | Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson | Posted 09.23.2013 | Black Voices

Don't call chef Alexander Smalls' relaunch of one-time Harlem hotspot Minton's Playhouse a comeback. Call it a revival. That's how the South Caroli...

Moon Over Edisto Shows Hart's Passion for Storytelling

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 04.21.2013 | Books
Jackie K. Cooper

Moon Over Edisto is a beautiful story that readers will not want to end. You will fall in love with all the characters and you will admire the progress they make.

'Beyond Molasses Creek' Is a Slow-moving But Fulfilling Novel

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 05.19.2012 | Books
Jackie K. Cooper

In Beyond Molasses Creek, Nicole Seitz deals with an interracial romance in the South of the '50s and '60s, as well as the current state of child labor in Nepal. How she merges these areas is a testament to her talent as a writer.

Jericho Cay Is a Low Country Mystery

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 06.18.2011 | Books
Jackie K. Cooper

If you are in the mood for a mystery which will take you away from your problems for a while, open the pages of Jericho Cay and let Kathryn R Wall work her magic.

Make Your Own Signature BBQ Sauce: A Taxonomy of America's Regional BBQ Sauces

Meathead | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style

Barbecue has evolved along disparate paths around the nation, led down these trails by the racial and ethnic immigrants who settled there. Indeed, barbecue sauce is a cultural phenomenon.