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It seems like everyone I’ve talked to lately is trying to get back into their healthy lifestyle routine. There’s something about the advent of spring that makes us all want to eat well and get...
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Written by Chantal W. on
Vista Book Group’s February read was the Life of Pi by Yann Martel which won the 2002 Man Booker Prize. The book has three parts, the first of which details Pi Patel’s...
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Downton Abbey isn't the only recent British TV drama to become a hit with PBS viewers. Call the Midwife made its debut last year here in the U.S. and developed a large following...
Written by Georgia C. on
Did you know that South Carolina ranks 43rd in the nation on overall child well-being? That 25% of students who start school won't graduate with their peers? That between 30% and 50% of children...
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Something New: March 5, 2013

Written by Chantal W. on
This week Richland Library has many new and upcoming releases ready for checkout or to be requested, so peruse the choices listed below, because you are sure to find a great read among them....
Written by Iris A. on
A well-prepared business plan gives your business a professional image. Whether it is your very first business, a second phase or a new venture, it is important to have a good busines plan....
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Dapper Little Horseman

Written by Debbie B. on
With 4 sick horses in tow, Clarence Buxton arrived in Columbia In 1929. Buxton hoped that Columbia’s mild winter climate would improve the health of his thoroughbreds. One year later Buxton and...
Written by Diane L. on
What do you have in common with Martha Stewart, Oprah Winfrey, Meg Whitman and Ingrid Vanderveldt? You may have the potential to start and grow a woman-owned business! Women-owned businesses contribute significantly to the U.S. economy. Did you know that: Women own 10.4 million privately-owned...
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The Spanish were the first Europeans to encounter Native Americans in South Carolina, a region that the inhabitants referred to as Chicora. During one of the explorers’ incursions on the coast...

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