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I returned home from Honduras last week with the nagging suspicion I was missing something. Turns out I was. And I still am — my wife, Becky.

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The green grass of baseball and lacrosse fields across South Carolina sit emptier than its beaches and restaurants. For fans, that hurts. For athletes, it downright stings. And none more so than high school and college seniors who'd barely started their spring sports seasons.

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This week, we asked our readers to demonstrate how they're embracing the comfort of home while keeping sheltering in place interesting.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences. This virtual stage is meant to substitute for the city's regular stages, which are temporarily shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Kenny Rogers, the smooth, Grammy-winning balladeer who spanned jazz, folk, country and pop with such hits as “Lucille,” “Lady” and “Islands in the Stream” and embraced his persona as “The Gambler” on records and on TV, died Friday night. He was 81.

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In a stressful, topsy-turvy time like this, we all need to take a break to look after ourselves and recharge. It's important to find time in the day to relax and decompress amid all the anxiety present in our current situation.

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There are many reasons you might have taken a sabbatical from church. Perhaps you took offense in something the church did. Or maybe you were put off by a church scandal related to money or sex. Or maybe you can’t sit still for the sermons.

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As flowers bloom all over Charleston and the weather gets warmer, it's a nice time to appreciate the friendly sunshine, the gentle breeze and the natural, delicate beauty around us.

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I (Henri Bianucci) have been asked if dogs can get coronavirus. The answer is that they can, and do, get corona viral infections, but they do not, to the best of our knowledge, get the coronavirus known as COVID-19.


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