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Cover Story: Flying the Flag

Chew on This!: Greek Festival Returns for 28th Year

FT Happenings: Peace Day at the State House; Marvel Universe Live!

Arts Feature: The Last Festivals of Summer

The Playlist: Live Review: Music Farm Columbia’s Opening Night

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The Playlist: Marc Broussard’s Authentic Southern Soul

Photo Gallery: Strong: The 25th Annual SC Pride Parade and Festival

Arts Beat: One Columbia Issues Cultural Passport to Boost Arts Awareness

Tales from the Script: More GEN XX-ers Fight to the Death in “The Maze Runner”

The Playlist: Interview: The Mattson 2

Tales from the Script: Parks Schools Long in Canadian and Pinnipedal Etiquette in “Tusk”

FT Roundup: Should S.C. Confiscate Abusers’ Guns?

FT Happenings: Peace Day at the State House; Marvel Universe Live!

This Just In: Scottish Flag Draped over USC’s Maxcy Monument

The Side Line: With Loss of Franklin, Vanderbilt No Longer Poses Same Challenge

Arts Beat: “I Got a Ringer of a Life, Dude”: Comedy at Red Door Tavern

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Arts Feature: Influential Goya Works Headed to Lake City

Local and State News: What’s Ahead for Harrell and S.C. House?

FT Roundup: Uber to Play Nice with State Regulators?

Food Feature: Tug Explores the Meaty Secrets of Arby’s

Growth & Development: A Quarry Quandary

Events

D.L. Hughley and Festivals Galore

Back when John McCain was running for president, comedian D.L. Hughley had a few choice words.

News + Opinion

With Loss of Franklin, Vanderbilt No Longer Poses Same Challenge

As hard as it tries, Vanderbilt just can’t seem to establish itself as a team to fear in the SEC East.
Growth & Development: A Quarry Quandary

Food + Dining

Tug Explores the Meaty Secrets of Arby’s

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I’ll let you guys in on a little Tug Eats Everything secret: It all started at Arby’s.

Arts + Lifestyle

The Last Festivals of Summer

In addition to this week’s big SC Pride Festival, there are two more festivals taking place on Saturday.

On The Cover

Flying the Flag

South Carolina’s Pride Movement Celebrates a Quarter Century
Matt Tischler says he wasn’t nervous about Columbia’s first gay and lesbian Pride march — not about the way people would react, at least.
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