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Southern Comfort: Saying Hello to Fall in South Carolina
Washington Post contributor, children's book author.
When it comes to the mechanically cooled contemporary American South, this may be close to blasphemy. But here goes: Some of us do not like central air. Indoor breezes are indoor breezes, if you ask me. You might be in a mall, or at the movies, or driving around in your car.
Bringing Wine Country Living to South Carolina's Lowcountry
A Tale of Two BBQs
Food and Beverage/Social Media Consultant
Competition BBQ has grown exponentially in the last ten years and that means bigger purses, more attention, and more competitors. But this sort of event isn't for the faint of heart -- or wallet,
S.C. Finally Honoring a Civil Rights Hero
Publisher, Statehouse Report
It has taken more than 60 years for people in the city where the Civil War started to figure out it was home to an authentic civil rights hero.
Rockin' A Hard Place: Where Sugarland, John Mayer and Zac Brown Climbed to Fame
Kristi York Wooten
Music Journalist and Founder of SustenanceGroup.org, Focused o...
John Jeter's memoir,
Rockin' A Hard Place: Flats, Sharps And Other Notes From A Misfit Music Club Owner
, is an absorbing tale of how to start a business and fail, and win, and succeed, and fail and win again.
Abstinence Rules For GOP Candidates In Laurens County, S. Carolina
Corey Hutchins is a journalist in Colorado
New rules adopted by the Laurens County, South Carolina GOP require would-be candidates to swear off porn and take oaths of pre-marital purity, among others that are intended to differentiate them from Democrats, according to party officials.
Former Miss Teen South Carolina May Join
Adam J. Rose
U.S. Loves Engineers, Treats Them Badly
Journalist, columnist, broadcaster, internationalist, energy e...
We do not treat engineers very nicely -- at least not those who are federal employees or contractors. The very politicians who lead in exhorting our young to become engineers are those who treat engineers as disposable workers
From Italy, I Pray: Don't Get Distracted by Religion
Religion can be used for good and for evil, as when most white churches in America praised and for the most part defended slavery, and told their black parishioners to be ever better at obedience.
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