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Economic hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic caused the U.S. Small Business Administration to implement the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, a small business grant designed to support restaurants through the remainder of the pandemic.Read More
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In a year like no other, Columbia is gearing up for its first Valentine’s Day during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
Many Columbians are choosing to celebrate the big game at home, in hopes of staying safe.Read More
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While fears of coronavirus have stifled business in bigger cities, Columbia restaurants haven’t experienced any worries.Read More
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Hendrix, Columbia’s new open-air rooftop bar, combines local and modern with the history of Main Street.Read More
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In Columbia, restaurants participating in Restaurant Week are competing with the State Fair for diners’ tastebuds.Read More
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An education bill that would restrict what teachers can teach about race now goes to the full House of Representatives.
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It was a pleasure to speak with our State Representatives on the first day of Black History Month. We are looking back to acknowledge trailblazers like Sarah Mae Flemming, and we can also look forward to move-makers like @Dr_JLJohnson and @mcdanielae .