Want to see the best of what South Carolina has to offer? The state has more than a few things to do and places to see, including historical sites like Fort Sumter and infamous Clemson vs. USC Gamecocks games.
Longtime Columbia homebuilder Mungo Homes of Columbia has been acquired by Clayton Properties of Tennessee. Mungo Homes, founded in 1954 by the late Michael Mungo, has developed numerous subdivisions in the Midlands.
South Carolina barbecue is famous for its “slow and low” cooking process and variety of sauces. Columbia has plenty of options for all BBQ fans from Southern Belly BBQ to Palmetto Pig. You can’t go wrong with this list.
South Carolina farmers rush to harvest crops and prepare their fields before Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 storm, strikes. Peanuts and cotton are particularly threatened, while most corn has been harvested this year.
Beyonce and Jay-Z, like other artists, have specific requests for goods and services — called contract riders — while out on tour. Here’s a look at some of the mega couple’s requests from the current OTR II tour.
Waitr is the latest food-delivery service to begin in Columbia, SC, area. The service — officially launching Thursday, Aug. 23 — charges a flat fee on all orders for delivery and is expected to hire 200 people.
The Comet bus system in Columbia, SC, is offering shuttle rides to the Beyonce and Jay-Z concert at Williams-Brice Stadium Tuesday, Aug, 21. There will be two pick-up/drop-off sites in the Vista district downtown.
Willie Jewell’s Old School Bar-B-Q has announced that it will open its Lexington location at 105 Saluda Pointe Court on Wednesday, Aug. 22. The Lexington location will be open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Less than two years after opening, Persona Pizza has closed on Main Street in downtown Columbia, leaving no area locations of the restaurant in the Midlands and only three locations remaining nationwide, in Texas and California.
There are more alligators on the South Carolina coast and in the Lowcountry than in Columbia. But you can still see gators if you know where to look, from the Timmerman Trail on the Cayce Riverwalk to Riverfront Park.