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Alligator for breakfast? Chef Christie says yes!

Carriage House owner Chef Christie Watson shows Tyler Ryan traditional Mardi Gras treats

  CAMDEN SC (WOLO)–Mardi Gras, an annual tradition in New Orleans is going on this week, and Chef Christie Watson from the Carriage House in Camden joined Tyler Ryan on Good Morning Columbia to demonstrate some traditional tastes of the celebration. “Alligator is a common treat,” says Watson, explaining that it takes “very much like chicken.”  Watson says that often,…

Black History Moment

Esau Jenkins

Today we celebrate Esau Jenkins. The John’s Island native was a business man and civil rights leader. Jenkins founded the Progressive Club, an organization encouraging blacks to register to vote. Jenkins also organized the Citizen’s Committee of Charleston, focusing on economic and political empowerment of blacks; his motto ” hate is expensive, love is progress.” All month long we celebrate black…

Tasty Tuesday: Making cookie artistic cook at with the Blue Flour

Teri Pringle from Blue Flour Bakery joined Tyler Ryan for a Tasty Tuesday

      COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)–If you are looking for a unique project to do with the family, or make something special and unique for your next party, take a cue from Teri Pringle from Blue Flower Bakery, who joined Tyler Ryan on a  Tasty Tuesday. Pringle has created a name for herself as a cookie artist, and shares a…

Making a wish come true with a simple bid

The 4th Annual Wish Ball is Saturday night

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)–For the forth time, Make-a-Wish South Carolina is inviting the community to an evening of auction, music, fellowship and fundraising. Maggie Morton from Make-a-Wish South Carolina says that the annual event will feature a wish for three-year old Grayon, who is a heart transplant recipient. Tickets for the event are $100.00. You can learn more about Make-a-Wish and…

What are you saying when you don’t think you’re saying anything

Is your body language speaking for you? Pamela Eyring explains nonverbal cues to Tyler Ryan

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO) — “90 percent of communication happens without saying a word,” says Pamela Eyring from the Protocol School of Washington. Eyring told GMC’s Tyler Ryan that body language can include everything from simple lines around your eyes to crossing arms and legs.  Some of the most common forms of non-verbal communication, according to Eyring are: Smiles enhance likability…