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Covered in Cotton: Turning SC Cotton into Textile Gold

From their Darlington County farm, Tracy and Ty Woodard raise quality cotton that is processed and woven into gorgeous baby blankets, hand towels and throws.

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Unforgettable South Carolina Girlfriend Getaways

Gather your gal pals, pick your passion and plan the perfect South Carolina girlfriend getaway.

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Snack SC-Style with These Five Peculiar Pairings

These five unlikely food duos spell snack time for generations of South Carolinians.

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Brews for You—SC Beers to Try This Year

If you want a great beer, tap into some of South Carolina’s best brews.

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Grilled Cheese Is for Grown-ups at These 12 SC Restaurants

Grilled cheese sandwiches get gourmet treatment at these 12 SC restaurants.

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Name That Beer: 10 SC Brews with Regional Cues

What’s in a beer name? Lots of things, including hints of local history, geography and culinary tradition.

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Go Whole Hog at These Barbecue Joints

Said to be a dying art, SC whole hog barbecue is alive and well thanks to the dedicated pitmasters at these barbecue houses.

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Chili Bowls Are Hot at These SC Restaurants

No matter how you like your chili, South Carolina restaurants have a bowl you’ll warm up to.

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