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The Black House Turns 100

September 15, 2010

By Rachel Haynie One of Columbia’s most enduring and iconic residences celebrates its first century in late September. Known through its years as the Cain-Matthews-Tompkins House, the Mission Revival-style home turns 100 on September 30 (2010), and a gala tribute is in the works. Designed by recognized architect William Augustus Edwards, the private residence was […]

Planting Points for Autumn

September 14, 2010

By William Thrift Photography by Lisa Willson Special Thanks to Rebekah Cline at Rebekah’s Garden, Rob and Josh at Case Plants, and Joan Binns of the South Carolina Midlands Master Gardeners Association. Just because the air’s getting chillier, it doesn’t mean that a gardener’s work is over for the year.  While many people trade their […]

The Path to Dianne’s on Devine

September 13, 2010

By William Thrift Photography by John Wrightenberry Columbia is one of those cities with a curious network of roads, often giving a traveler several options for getting where they want to go.  Ever cut through the surface streets of Forest Acres or Shandon to get around?  Ever ask two different people how to get somewhere […]

Fall 2010

September 13, 2010

Cover Story The Path to Dianne’s Owner Dianne Light and chef Billy Prato have combined their talents to provide Columbia with one of its best-loved places to dine. In this issue they are sharing traditional autumn recipes that have an Italian twist. | Zia (Aunt) Filamina’s Panzanella recipe | Veal Milanese with Marscapone and Fennel […]