Inspiration is part of the game with Charleston artists. From custom portraits to wearable art, they have plenty to up your holiday gift-giving game.
“When you’re 20 years old,” he said, “and you start fishing bodies out of the harbor, you don’t last very long. It’s a part of the war that I can hardly talk about because these guys had tried to swim in burning water to get to shore."
In South Carolina, Arbor Day is the first Friday in December, or Dec. 6 this year, because late fall is a good time to plant trees.
Gene Sapakoff column: It's not just fantasy football league championships that make this columnist qualified to get South Carolina's offensive coordinator gig; he also called a play for the Gamecocks this season that gained 14 yards, much better than the team average
The next Baxter-Patrick James Island branch is more than a library. It's a community gathering place, and a history museum.
Every year after Thanksgiving I ask myself a single basic question: Why, when considering how invariably delicious the turkey always seems to be, don’t we have more of it? It’s almost as if th…
Gene Sapakoff column: Creative hires helped Virginia and North Carolina make ACC strides, but Clemson is a four-touchdown favorite in the ACC Championship Game and there is no short-term threat to the crown.
When Chief Eddie Driggers retired, Mayor Keith Summey had the brilliant idea to forego a national search and instead promote Burgess. He was a great pick. Which is why Gov. Henry McMaster last week nominated him to lead the state Department of Public Safety.
How many times have you heard that question since fall began? How many times have you passed your nearest drug store or the pharmacy counter in the grocery store without getting that shot?
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It's the latest turn in a flurry of dealmaking that has bifurcated the banking business since at least the 2008 financial crisis.
HEART is an inclusive arts community for adults with special needs.
Personal finance columnist David Slade offers tips for staying safe from scammers on Cyber Monday and avoiding porch pirates.
Today, I say a big “thank you” to those who’ve made this column possible for the past 18 years. Yes, it’s time for a Beatles quote: “I get by with a little help from my friends.”
Maintaining a relationship post-kids isn’t for the faint of heart. The stresses of life make it harder to relax around each other and when times get tough, it’s easy to take your spouse for granted.
Keith Waring, the only City Council incumbent to survive a challenge from one of the group’s candidates, says local politicians should take heed.
Gene Sapakoff column: Dabo Swinney went through hard times before winning two national titles. What South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp can learn from that as he ponders an offensive coordinator move likely to include the dismissal of Bryan McClendon
Winter is almost here, and so is the time to plant new blueberry bushes. These native shrubs are an excellent addition to any landscape whether as a foundation shrub or for attracting native pollinators.
Pigskin Picks: VIP picker Morgan Nichols, Miss South Carolina, stops by to pick three Riivalry Week upsets on her way to the Miss America competition
Aging in our pets is hard to accept for many reasons. The first is that they age faster than we do.
The last four minutes of the first half and the first four minutes of the second half are considered critical to big-time college football success, and Clemson knows how to dominate as well as any team.
It’s too bad Graham’s up for reelection at the same time as the president because our senior senator keeps getting dragged into national affairs. These days, he catches grief wherever he goes — just for trying to keep his job in trying times.
Sapakoff: Educators, politicians, entertainers and best-selling authors have honored former Summerville High School football coach John McKissick, who won more games than any high school, college or professional coach.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone on this, a uniquely American holiday, when we give thanks for what we have, or have ever had that’s good, when we remember our loved ones and friends present and pa…
Gene Sapakoff: Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney took his lumps from Steve Spurrier's Gamecocks during a five-game losing streak to South Carolina. But Will Muschamp has it worse going against a Dabo Dynasty.
A bipartisan group of state lawmakers says South Carolina should have harsher prison sentences for hate crimes. And Wendell Gilliard says, “Why didn’t I think of that?”
Gene Sapakoff column: Tanking for Tua Tagovailoa was a 2020 NFL draft thing until the Alabama quarterback was injured, and now serious quarterback-needy (or exceptionally smart) pro teams should go "all in" on Clemson's Trevor Lawrence for 2021
No. 3 Clemson is a heavy favorite, again, in the annual rivalry football game but South Carolina might be able to find hope in its stunning upset of Georgia, if not in Gamecocks-Tigers series history
I was 5 years old, my dad was stationed at Camp Pendleton and the family was eating a Thanksgiving meal in the mess hall.
Personal finance columnist David Slade shares money-saving shopping tips for Black Friday and beyond.
This won’t be my usual inspirational column. It’s about my brother who is dying one brain cell at a time.
Clemson’s self-described “most iconic structure” remains a blight on a great university. The building highlighted by a distinctive clock tower was completed in 1893 and in 1946 was named for a politician widely considered unusually racist even during the heart of a Jim Crow era infamous for institutional segregation.
Current guidelines are clear that several preventive tests can be stopped after a certain age.
John Tecklenburg proved he was not simply the next guy in line to be Charleston's mayor.
Any of these evergreens can be decorated and planted in the yard when Christmas is over.
The Holy City lives up to its name during the holidays, with Charleston places of worship graced with the sound of music from stellar choral groups that span the city.
Elelctronic parts maker Kemet Corp. announced the deal as its marks its 100th anniversary, a run that includes more than 50 years in the Palmetto State.
Pigskin Picks: Starring Adam Gorlitsky, a paralyzed 32-year-old Wando High School and University of South Carolina graduate who founded igotlegs.org to help bridge the gap between "able-bodied and physically challenged" people, and who plans to do the Charleston Marathon in January.
Nancy Mace is shocked — shocked — that a bunch of durn Democrats are digging into her past.
The Charleston County School Board's "mission critical" initiatives may not fix local schools. But then, we'll never know for sure ...
Gene Sapakoff column: South Carolina head football coach Will Muschamp is under fire, but new school President Bob Caslen is fanning the flames with one odd statement of "support" after another.
It was sometime in the mid-'90s that I was in Seattle, in my previous life as a sportscaster, covering The Final Four. I don’t remember who was playing nor do I recall who won. I have a very v…
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It’s a dilemma people have when they assume there are only two explanations for unanswered prayer. They either believe there’s something wrong with their faith or there is something wrong with them.
Dominion Energy is making it easy for everyone to stay hot this winter.
Gene Sapakoff column: A close-call in Chapel Hill was the best thing that could have happened to Clemson this season, and the Tigers owe North Carolina head coach Mack Brown a College Football Playoff ring for the fifth consecutive appearance that looks like a lock
Our gardening columnist fields many questions from readers, ranging from tree trimming to mushrooms.
Pigskin Picks: Week 12, starring former Clemson star quarterback Tajh Boyd as VIP picker
The Charleston mayor's race is nonpartisan for a very good reason. It needs to stay that way.
The problem is a Vascular Ring Anomaly known specifically as Persistent Right Aortic Arch, or PRAA. Throughout the development of a fetus, the arrangement of the cardiovascular system changes dramatically.