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In an ever-broadening search for ways to pay for college, Drew Gallagher finds himself in South Carolina, where cornhole now rivals the Clemson-South Carolina football game in popularity. In one …

This week’s reviews include imaginative historical fiction in Piper Huguley’s “American Daughters” and Monica Wood’s novel of healing and forgiveness “How to Read a Book.” Sunday Books & Culture is …

This week’s reviews include Chanel Cleeton’s mystery “The House on Biscayne Bay” and forgotten history in local author Steve Watkins’s “The Mine Wars.” Vanessa Sekinger Edits the Books & Culture …

Hey - Congresswoman Spanberger, Drew needs a job. He's recommending you avoid puppies, rodeos, and more. Confused? Read on! Today is Mother’s Day, so hug or call your mother and …

This week's reviews include complex stories of women grappling with their past experiences in Nicola Solvinic’s “The Hunter’s Daughter” and Kristen Hannah’s “The Women.” edited by Vanessa SekingerBOOKS & CULTURE …

Apparently, our humorist is a wannabe lyricist; no doubt jealous that Bernie Taupin found Elton John, and Drew found, well, Marty. Tough luck, Drew. Confused? Read on. As some readers …

Mr. Jagger, Mr. Do, and Mr. Drew. Yeah, it's Drew Time! It seems as though people are getting angrier. Even the Rolling Stones most recent single was titled “Angry.” Mick …

This week’s reviews include unusual Victorian history in Deanna Raybourn’s “A Grave Robbery” and maps for the Tolkien superfan in Brian Sibley’s “The Maps of Middle Earth.” A GRAVE ROBBERY  …

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