This week, Columbia City Council had to reckon — like everybody else — with how to react to events trying to come back as the COVID-19 pandemi…
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The South Carolina State Fair food drive-thru, held as a fill-in for the annual fall event in October, is back for a second round next month.
Rosewood Crawfish Festival plans to proceed with its annual celebration of live music and freshwater crustaceans, returning after canceling its 2020 outing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pretty much every prominent event has canceled plans, adjusted plans, and then canceled them again during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.…
Until last weekend, I hadn’t seen a concert since March 10.
Just before announcing its permanent closure, Ricky Mollohan was gearing up to reopen Solstice Kitchen. The restaurant, which closed on Oct. 28, was supposed to return to business on Oct. 30.
Offering quick service with relatively little face-to-face interaction, food trucks seem tailor-made to sate a cooped-up populace dying to regain some form of normalcy
As doors reopen, workers return and interact with the public, and the public interacts with each other, again. It’s a situation that indisputably creates a higher chance of coronavirus continuing to spread. For workers, it creates a crushing dilemma between returning to work or prioritizing their health — and that of the public at large.