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Scallops don’t seem to demand a strict recipe to be followed, they adapt to what the cook has on hand. Once the scallops are sauteed until brown, a flavorful acid liquid such as dry vermouth, lemon juice or white wine can be added and cooked down until it is reduced, then heavy cream added. …

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Steven Satterfield’s Southern Foodways Alliance symposium lunch of blue-corn nachos with black-eyed peas; smoked trout with Jimmy Red grits; duck confit succotash and sweet corn ice cream sandwiches inspired countless attendees to reach for their phones -- which in turn apparently stirred th…

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There are two ways to approach a masterpiece. One method involves reading up on the work’s creation, content and critical analysis prior to experiencing it, so as not to miss out on a single nuance. And then there’s the no-prep style of prep, in which you just let greatness wash over you.

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Emanuel AME’s former secretary is suing the church and the Rev. Norvel Goff for ending her employment after she questioned the handling of donations that poured into the church after a gunman killed nine worshippers.

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COLUMBIA — Fresh from an off week after a trying first half to the season, South Carolina’s football players are talking about a new start. It might really feel that way if Jake Bentley trots out Saturday to take the first snap behind center.

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Bishop England and Oceanside Collegiate qualified for the Class AAA state golf championships with strong performances in the AAA Lower State qualifier on Monday in Loris.

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MOUNT PLEASANT — A homebuilder has been ordered to stop work on five houses at Sullivan’s Pointe that would exceed the town’s height rules, although the town approved the plans and issued building permits.

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WASHINGTON — Airlines would be required to refund fees when checked bags are “substantially delayed” under a proposal released Tuesday by the Transportation Department, one of a series of steps the Obama administration says it’s taking to boost consumer protections for passengers.

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CLEMSON — Brent Venables remembers how gassed his guys were by early December, when the Clemson defense was on fumes trying to fend off North Carolina in the 2015 ACC Championship.

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All of the Charleston food-and-beverage pros named to Zagat’s newly-released 30 Under 30 list qualify for the age-restricted designation: They have to produce photo identification before the rating guide will bestow the honor, previously awarded in cities such as New York City, San Francisco…

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All lanes of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge are back open after a crash Tuesday morning, but police say to expect heavy traffic in the area.

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A group of mostly white churchgoers from the Northeast gathered at Emanuel AME Church on Monday with a group of mostly black parishioners to eat and form friendships amid the divisive election season.

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The city of North Charleston and Dorchester District 2 are another step closer to having a premier aquatics center, but the price tag has gone up about $5 million.

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A storm in the ocean east of the Bahamas is spinning its way into a tropical cyclone and will turn toward the Southeast coast — two weeks after Hurricane Matthew made a mess of the place.

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Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin joined Bill Gates, Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg on a “first cut” list of possible vice president nominees from Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, according to an email released by WikiLeaks.

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SUMMERVILLE — A group of Dorchester County residents is trying to stop a Nov. 8 countywide referendum asking voters if they want to raise taxes to build libraries and parks.

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When Brent Thompson was coaching at Lenoir-Rhyne, he made the drive from Hickory, N.C., to Spartanburg to consult with Wofford coach Mike Ayers and his veteran offensive coordinator, triple-option guru Wade Lang.

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LONDON — Ecuador’s government has acknowledged that it has “temporarily restricted” WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s internet access at its embassy in London after the whistleblowing site published documents from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign

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What: The Post and Courier will host a Career Expo, featuring information about job training and college programs and an opportunity to give your resume to potential employers, schedule interviews and make important contacts for future job openings.

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FOLLY BEACH — This city has become the first in South Carolina to ban from the beach plastic carry-out bags, balloons, and food and drink containers made of expanded polystyrene foam or Styrofoam.

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The head of the Republican Party in Charleston County said there have been no reported threats and no reason to increase security at the party’s local election headquarters after a GOP office was attacked with a fire device in North Carolina.


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