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Tireless local jazz advocate Luther Battiste was of the rotating DJs on Jazz in the City , focusing on a wide range of jazz, from traditional standards to modern sounds and local artists. Battiste aired the first edition of Jazz From the Garden City this past Sunday on WOCS 93.7 in Orangeburg . Comment?
When the South Carolina Supreme Court issued a July 13 ruling in the long-simmering showdown between state Attorney General Alan Wilson and First Circuit Solicitor David Pascoe, it was significant on a couple of fronts. For one, it means that, despite Wilson's objections, Pascoe can continue his investigation into potential corruption at the State House, and has the authority to empanel the State Grand Jury to aid in that probe. Comment?
Columbia's Music Farm isn't having a particularly robust summer - not that it's too surprising for a rock club in small, college-driven market. But tonight's return trip from acclaimed Texas singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen brings a bit of excitement. Comment?
If Shannon Ivey told you a story, she might tell you about "THAT FACE," her name for the subtle contortion of a person's visage when they find out about her divorce. The words created by the embouchure of "THAT FACE" often speak too much about eHarmony and too little about rolling in the sheets. Comment?
A University of South Carolina board of trustees member and three others are expected to plead guilty in connection with killing federally protected hawks. USC trustee Charles Williams, a lawyer from Orangeburg, has been charged with unlawfully trapping and killing a number of migratory hawks at an 1,800 plantation he owns. Comment?
Following up on coverage from Nov. 18 : The food truck court on Meeting Street in West Columbia is about to become a reality with an opening date and everything. With the soft opening set for March 14, Christina Suvarna is ready to see her dream of a permanent food truck court in action. Comment?
Well, we were going to tell you about artist Makoto Fujimura and the talk he's giving at the Columbia Museum of Art, " Culture Care ," about how to create and conserve beauty "as an antidote to much of our cultural brokenness." But it seems that you are already receptive to this message, as pre-registration for this 6:30 p.m. free event is full. Comment?
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