Makerspace Gives Teens a Head Start on Tech

Makerspace Gives Teens a Head Start on Tech

Every Monday during the Summer Reading Program, the Columbia County Library’s meeting room was packed with excited teens. A buzz of quiet conversation flowed from one to the next, most stationed in front of computer schematics, soldering equipment, and robotics components. This is the Makerspace, a program at the Greater Clark’s Hill Regional Library’s Columbia […]

Meat… And a Whole Lot More

Meat… And a Whole Lot More

Down on Walton Way a big cow stands atop a red and white building looking out at the traffic and soaking up the sun. It’s been there for a couple of years now, having moved from its original home on Highway 1, where it had been a fixture since the late ‘60s. Some folks know […]

Body of Work

Body of Work

When Cristell Reyes was a child in Puerto Rico, she wanted to be like the famous salsa singer Celia Cruz. “I always sang since I was a little girl, but being in such a traditional Latin country, opera never crossed my mind,” she said. “My middle school was a school specializing in music, exactly like […]