Author: SC Mag

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Is Your Home or Work Making You Sick?

Household cleaners, pesticides, pet dander, dust, pollen, tobacco smoke, mold, bacteria, pathogens and viruses – these are all indoor air pollutants that can make you and your family sick. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the term “Sick Building Syndrome” is used to describe situations in which occupants

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Destination Dining

Dining Out: Brio Tuscany Grille

I have to admit – I’m pretty particular when it comes to deciding where to go for dinner on date night, out for a family meal or simply stepping out to enjoy a glass of fine wine and live entertainment after work. Lucky for me, I live in San Juan

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A Matter of Life & Death

THE NIGHTMARE YOU MAY BE LEAVING YOUR FAMILY AND WHAT YOU CAN DO TO AVOID IT In California, you generally have the foIIowing two options regard ing your estate: (1) you IeI the government decide what happens to your assets (in which case, costly probate is usually involved); or (2) you

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Education

Summer Reading. The Key to your Child’s Success!

Summer reading may not be a priority for children, yet it’s important to make it one. Why? Summer reading is critical to a child’s ability to retain information learned, and grow in knowledge and critical thinking skills, in order to maintain literacy skills learned throughout the school year. Reading, in

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Asking the Right Questions with American Funding

One of the first questions you might have in mind for a prospective mortgage broker is how long he or she has been in business. The thought is the more seasoned the professional, the better they will be able to help you understand the nuances of residential and investment real

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Sorority Sisters

You’ve Got a Friend in Me Friendship is special and precious. It feeds our soul, comforts our spirit, and inspires our intellect. As one of life’s great joys, good friendships should be celebrated – especially ones that last a lifetime.For Pat Beery and Shirley Forden, their friendship spans 70 years,

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Coach House Concert Hall

January 13th • 8 PM GINGER BILLY Shirtless and tattooed, the Ginger Billy gives viewers a humorous look into life in rural Upstate South Carolina. January 14th • 8 PM YYNOT (A Tribute to Rush) The coming together of award-winning Guitarist/Songwriter/Producer Billy Alexander and Florida-based virtuoso bassist Tim Starace pays

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Books About Cooking That Help Aspiring Young Chefs!

By Jeanne Huybrechts, Chief Academic Officer, and Keira Pride, Library Services Manager, Stratford School Preschool classrooms are nearly always equipped with miniature kitchens featuring small-scale appliances, pots and pans, and baskets full of plastic food of all sorts. These mini kitchens are universally popular with children, who love to imitate

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