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Eastminster Presbyterian Church

Like several other church congregations in Columbia, Eastminster Presbyterian Church had its beginnings in the Carolina Children’s Home chapel on Trenholm Road. More...

Sip soup and support shelter

Over the years, two Soup events have become indelibly engraved in East minster Presbyterian Church calendar. The 31st Thanksgiving Souper will take place as usual at Eastminster, 3200 Trenholm Road. More...

Trinity Cathedral Bazaar set for November 13

Shop for the holidays and tour one of the South’s most historic and beautiful cathedrals during the 62nd Annual Trinity (Cathedral) Bazaar Saturday, November 13 in Columbia   Sponsored by the Daughters of the Holy Cross, the bazaar is se More...

Government / Neighborhood

West Columbia City Council promotes changing batteries in smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detector November 7

The regularly scheduled meeting of the West Columbia City Council meeting was called to order at 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 2, 2010.   More...

Columbia Police warn Hyatt Park about scam

With so much focus on crime, some positive news can be a refreshing change. That is just what the Hyatt Park Neighborhood got at their monthly meeting on Tuesday November 2.   More...

Welcome centers in trouble

The S.C. Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism (PRT) are going to have to be a little more creative to run the nine welcome centers. More...

Education

Blythewood Middle School AViD students visit Columbia College

AVID students at Blythewood Middle School recently visited Columbia College. Columbia College is a small girls’ school of approximately 1,200 students with a wide variety of majors. More...

RCPL seeks youth art, writing for Kids in Print

The Richland County Public Library has the perfect opportunity for young artists and writers to express their creativity. More...

Springdale Elementary third grader steps up to lead Soles4Souls project

Over the summer, Leia Ratcliffe, a third grade student at Springdale Elementary School, came up with an idea to help others in need. She met with Shane Thackston, principal of Springdale, to discuss her idea. More...

Sports

Falcons’ dream season capped with demolition of Blue Devils

Sterling Mitchell rushed ten times for 132 yards and two touchdowns to lead the A.C. Flora Falcons over the Dreher Blue Devils 54–21 at Memorial Stadium in the final game of the regular season for both teams.  More...

Skyhawks’ quest for perfection continues

So far, Hammond’s quest to stay perfect is still intact. More...

Harris and Howell lead Eagles over B–C

Three months ago, the Airport High School football team possessed more questions than answers. More...

Home & Garden

Tip Your Garden Hat to Turk’s Cap

Stopping to smell the flowers

One garden plant that has weathered the dog days of summer and will continue to bloom in Midland gardens until the first hard frost is Turk’s cap, Malvaviscus arboreus var. Drummondii. More...

Star Chefs

Cranberry Turkey Sausage Stuffing   More...

Armed Forces Tribute

During World War II the Blue Star was used on flags to mark the homes of service women and men as well as in churches and businesses. More...

Finding True Freedom: From the White Houseto the World

Finding True Freedom: From the White House to the World is the story of a father and daughter’s dance through life. Ginny Dent Brant tells the life story of her father, Harry Shuler Dent Sr. More...

From South Carolina to New York City

Editor’s note: Natasha Whitling is in New York City interning at the United Nations for her final course in the masters program in USC’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications. More...

Commentary

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Saving the victory cigar

Something happened during the last week of baseball season that disappointed me so much I nearly lost what was left of my faith in humanity. More...

Forty– something

Halloween nightmares

In a cruel turn of events one Halloween long ago, my mom quit making the ultra–cool Chewbacca and Spiderman costumes I had grown accustomed to, and, instead, slapped a big blonde wig, a dress, and a pair of boobs on me and sent me outside to t More...

Business

A new look for Miss South Carolina

The Miss South Carolina pageant has a new chairman, a new executive director, and a new venue. More...

Briefs

Husqvarna in Orangeburg   More...

Folks about town

Ed Menzie of Nexsen Pruet has been named Columbia, SC Mergers & Acquisitions Lawyer of the Year for 2011 by Best Lawyers. More...

Society

Women effect change

“Wil Lou Gray and Julia Peterkin were small ripples that led to tidal waves,” said Mary Mac Ogden, a speaker at the celebration of Julia Peterkin’s birthday October 31 at Houston’s Low Country Grill. More...

South Carolina House of Representatives recognizes Sarah Leverette

A HOUSE RESOLUTION   TO RECOGNIZE AND HONOR MS. More...

An American Hero

Editor’s note: This article was written by   Andrew Walker when he was a fifth grader at     Brennan Elementary School. More...

Events

Events

-ART Village Artists Gallery will host a wine and cheese event Friday, November 5, 6–8:30 p.m., 631–8 Promenade Place, Village at Sandhills. More...

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Arts & Entertainment

Everything you’ve been dreaming of… irving Berlin’s White Christmas

‘Tis the season, and all the more reason to be jolly— the stage adaptation of the   beloved classic film White           Christmas will make its South Carolina community theatre debut on Town&rsquo More...

Can you handle the truth?

Workshop Theatre presents A Few Good Men

Workshop Theatre continues its season with the nail–biting courtroom drama, A Few Good Men. More...

Travel

Alaska, the Final Frontier

Part 2:: Inside Passage

Southeast Alaska is made up of a series of large forested islands and coastal mountains with Norwegian–like fiords cut by glaciers. More...

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