Caroline Harper has a blue thumb. She earned it by perpetuating centuries-old practices for extracting enviable shades of blue from an ordinary looking plant called indigo.
War brought them together. Today, in Columbia, one has helped his friend begin a new life in the United States.
Honor Flights have allowed hundreds of veterans to visit their special monuments in our nation’s capital
It’s always been about the welding torch for this sculptor
Santa Elena’s lead archaeologist solves old mystery, making South Carolina a push pin on world history map. Again! Findings to be studied in Columbia.
Todd Beasley’s passion for sustainability is not the thunderous applause kind, heard perhaps during a standing ovation
This private retreat gives Alicia her modern glam, and Jacob his perfect kitchen for day-to-day living, or parties for a crowd
Under the guidance of their enthusiastic leader, Seven Oaks Park, Crooked Creek Park and Saluda Shoals Park serve their respective communities through dozens of programs, special events, and recreation.
Life is definitely messy, but it’s also marvelous, say Columbia life coaches Merck and Montanez.
Tom Mauldin is a designer who understands the true beauty of form and function