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Sumter Green has long sponsored Fall Feast, one of the premiere food events in the area, and now they've come up with something a little different, but still all about food. And food that's beyond the norm for Sumter, said Lynn Kennedy, chairwoman … more
Sumter Duplicate Bridge Club December 2016 winners were: Dec. 7 - first, Hugh Cook and Marie Mills; second, Larry Baum and Paula Hannon; and third, John Mills and Phil Palmer Dec. 14 - first, Pat Lauterbach and Paula Hannon; second, Jimmie … more
The Camellia Ball presented five debutantes at its annual ball on Dec. 27, 2016, at Sunset Country Club. They are, from left, Catherine Turner Parker, Hana McKinley Haag, Kendall Morgan Brogdon and … more
March is Disabilities Awareness Month, and the Sumter County Developmental Disabilities Foundation will celebrate with its third annual Sumter Disabilities Benefit Gala. The event is a cocktail/black tie optional dinner and wine tasting designed to … more
It's hard to believe Spoleto Festival USA is entering its 5th decade of bringing an extensive catalog of the best in performing arts to Charleston for 17 consecutive days. This season, beginning May 26, brings some classic performances to the many … more
Both the University of South Carolina Sumter and the Sumter County Museum will present programs featuring the three authors of the book "We Are Charleston: Tragedy and Triumph at Mother Emanuel" on Thursday, Feb. 16. USC Sumter's program will be … more
Ken Ludwig is a prolific playwright whose hilarious comedies have long entertained audiences around the country. At the Sumter Little Theatre alone, you might have seen three or four, including two especially popular shows, "Lend Me a Tenor" and … more
Ginetta V. Hamilton, author of the nonfiction book "Black History: Someone Forgot to Teach the Children," will be the guest speaker as the Sumter County Library begins its Black History Celebration on Monday. Her 6 p.m. presentation will emphasize … more
The magic of sitting in a studio audience watching voice actors produce live radio theater in the 30s and 40s isn't entirely lost forever, thanks to The Society To Preserve and Encourage Radio Drama, Variety and Comedy (SPERDVAC). A non-profit … more
It would be hard to argue that Ernest Borgnine wasn't universally admired by fellow actors and fans. Raised in Connecticut and after a spell in the Navy, Borgnine found his calling as an actor, debuting in the 1951 adventure film "China … more
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