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Though we still have a while to go before the pandemic is over there’s nothing wrong with taking a moment to appreciate the hope of better days both now and down the road.

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What is flavor, anyway, beyond the obvious? And how, one wonders, did humanity make the many culinary choices that helped define who we are? Rob Dunn, an ecologist and evolutionary biologist, and Monica Sanchez, an anthropologist, provide the answers, locating deliciousness in all its manifestations in an eye-opening and mouth-watering new book.

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Resurrection power is all around us. Open your heart. It’s no joke, no scam, no fake news. The resurrection remains the ultimate prank played against evil in all of time.

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Yesterday-today-and-tomorrow is a lesser-known, spring-blooming perennial that thrives in the Lowcountry. The flowers’ unique ability to change color from violet to white in a few days gives this plant its common name.

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Yellow! A happy color, a bright color, a color of birds and bees and butterflies — and the submissions this week had all these and more.

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There's nothing like opening a window to the spring air after a long dreary winter indoors. Open windows also can act as the perfect frame that turns a stunning view into a work of art. 

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Beeple, the artist now rocking the art world from a $69.3 auction sale at Christie's, is inextricably linked to Charleston. It's a notion full of possibilities and pitfalls.

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March certainly looks like it's going to go out like a lion after this stormy week, so let's take some comfort in the springtime beauty of this week's photos.

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Shadows are dramatic. They often come from something familiar but turn it into something abstract and at times distorted. But anyone who can make a shadow puppet knows that. 


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