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Remembering the classics – of etiquette

Pamela Eyring shares some Good Behavior basics

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)– “Old school rules of etiquette should never go away,” says Pamela Eyring from the Protocol School of Washington, “they put a focus on appreciation and respect.”  Eyring, who is an expert in etiquette, manners and business acumen, suggests that the basics of politeness “speaks volumes.” Eyring says that one forgotten action will set you apart from the…

Fashion for Fighters Show

Thursday, February 2nd

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Do you love fashion, fun, and all for a good cause? The non-profit organization, Cancer of Many Colors, is hosting a Fashion for Fighters fashion show tomorrow. The event will take place from 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at the Holiday Inn and Suites at the Columbia Airport. Tickets are $35 dollars and if you cannot attend you…

A former Patriot talks about….The Patriots

Rick Sanford shares his take on the Patriot - Falcon showdown

COLUMBIA SC (WOLO)-“It’s going to be a close game,” says Former Gamecock and Patriot Rick Sanford about Sunday’s Super Bowl 51.  Sanford, who holds the distinction of, in 1979, being the first Gamecock to be drafted in the NFL first draft round in the history of the program.  Sanford went on to play for six years for the New England…

“Talented Tenth” Aims to Empower Young Professionals

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – The Talented Tenth, an organization created by Columbia mayor Steve Benjamin to raise the standard of excellence of young professionals in the African American community, will hold its annual conference the first week of February. “Talented Tenth Week: Millennials in America, the Work Ahead”, being held February 5 through 11, will feature a week of activities that are designed to bring talented, young…

Tasty Tuesday: DIY the perfect steak

Chef Christie Watson from the Carriage House joined Tyler Ryan on a Tasty Tuesday

    CAMDEN, SC (WOLO)–“The trick is to leave the steak out for 20 minutes,” says Carriage House Executive Chef Christie Watson.  “If you take it from the refrigerator straight to the grill, the meat doesn’t have time to warm and become more tender.” Watson shared this tip while appearing with Tyler Ryan on the Tasty Tuesday segment.  Watson also…

Read Along with Richland Library: One Book, One Community

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Richland Library’s annual shared reading experience encourages Midlands’ area residents to read the same book at the same time. In this year’s novel, Grant Park, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Leonard Pitts Jr. confronts the past four decades of race relations in the U.S. from the perspective of two veteran journalists. Good Morning Columbia anchor Grace Joyal sat…

Women: Protecting Yourself from A Predator

COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Richland County Sheriff’s Department is offering a free women’s self-defense course, to empower and provide women with the tools to escape an attacker. RCSD said this is a crime prevention program that utilizes techniques that are specifically designed for women to reduce the likelihood of victimization. This program empowers women to recognize their strengths and make…