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If you’ve been on the fence about getting your shot, get with the program. Supplies are increasing, and more convenient locations come on line everyday.

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Major League Baseball is making each minor league try out new ideas for MLB consideration. Which is why Charleston RiverDogs manager Blake Butera spent extra time working on pickoff plays and baserunning to prepare for the May 4 season opener.

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Gene Sapakoff column: 12 Clemson stars on defense were picked in the first or second round of the NFL draft from 2015-2020 and so far the only Pro Bowl appearance among them was turned in by Vic Beasley, widely considered a pro football bust. While it’s early for recent draftees, it’s a pattern worth explaining

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I heard Dr. Anthony Fauci say about a year ago that he didn’t think we should ever shake hands, ever again. I hope he’ll revisit that opinion.

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Palmer Rivers is 6’5” and was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. After high school, he worked a variety of jobs ranging from payroll clerk to taking tolls at the different bridges and tunnels around the Big Apple.

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A good field at the RBC Heritage, the PGA Championship set for the Ocean Course in May, a PGA Tour event moved from Canada to Ridgeland for June, Dustin Johnson and so many other tour players with state ties combine to put South Carolina professional golf in a sweet spot.

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Some of the most pristine views of the Lowcountry occur when crossing the many bridges that connect these long-standing rural communities to each other. The tides, shrimp, oysters and puff mud reside deeply in their fabric. If you pay attention, you can find glimpses into history along the way. 

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Augusta National Golf Club chairman Fred Ridley during his annual State of the Masters address would rather have talked more about South Carolinian Dustin Johnson’s effort to join Jack Nicklaus, Nick Faldo and Tiger Woods in an exclusive group of back-to-back champions.

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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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