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Last year's Art in the Park featured more than 42 vendors, and this year's roster is even larger for the 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday festival in Memorial Park. It's the 11th year for Art in the Park and the second organized and coordinated by the … more
This is one of the many plants that make me glad that I live in the South. It is a member of what is commonly called the amaryllis family (although recently, the scientific trend has been to include the amaryllis family in the lily family), and … more
Bren McClain's first novel, "One Good Mama Bone," has received numerous honors, not the least of which is its having been selected by the late Pat Conroy for his Story River Books, an imprint of the University of South Carolina Press. McClain has … more
As one of the most popular shows on television in the late '70s to early '80s, "Happy Days" helped propel many of its cast into the production side of show business. Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Don Most and Anson Williams all achieved recognition … more
Sumter Opera House will begin its third annual Matinee Series of kid-friendly shows on Oct. 5, when Artrageous Artreach presents a one-hour version of its multimedia show at 11 a.m. Seven more matinees will be presented, with two of them, … more
"Come hungry." That's advice from Lynn Kennedy, the City of Sumter events coordinator and chairwoman of Sumter Green, who has been organizing Sumter Green's annual Fall Feast since it started in 2004. A glance at the event's menu might make it … more
It's the end of summer, and our campus is crawling with students, all young botanists, and newly arrived all over the place. It's a very busy time for everybody, and definitely for botanists. There is no end of plant life to discover and study … more
Two art shows now on exhibit at The University of South Carolina Sumter feature the work of Camden artist Dot Goodwin and Sumter artist Terry Newman. Both exhibits can be viewed through Oct. 31. Goodwin's work often incorporates Native American … more
EDITOR'S NOTE: Nick Thomas, Tinseltown Talks columnist, interviewed the late Glen Campbell in December 2008. Thomas' story is reprinted here with permission, edited minimally for length. The entertainment world lost a true music giant when Glen … more
As the summer vacation ends and school's back in session, the Shepherd's Center of Sumter is preparing to begin its fall Adventures in Learning. Executive Director Jeanette Roveri-Smith said there have been several positive changes or additions … more
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