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    Big Eatin': Moose's barbecue buffet is fit for a Texas-sized appetite
      "That's a lot of eatin' for 23 dollars," my wife said as we left Moose's Famous BBQ with two kids in tow. And she was right.
  • Ron Paul's Republican War

    Alone among GOP candidates, Ron Paul speaks the truth about foreign policy
  • Easy Laugh

    An interview with Lily Tomlin
      She might be nearly 70, but no one who's seen Lily Tomlin perform her latest stand-up routine would know it. She bounces with the enthusiasm of a high school cheerleader, and her mind never stops moving, the jokes flying faster and packing more heat than bullets at a shooting range. Her laughter is rich and familiar, and comes frequently throughout the 35 minutes we spent talking to her before she embarks on a cross-country tour.
  • Jason Brewer and the Explorers Club are not The Beach Boys-they just sound like them

    Son of a Beach
      It started with a horrible headache, the kind that won't go away. Like a never-ending series of phone calls from a particularly insistent telemarketer from Nevada who's somehow gotten a hold of your cell number and wants to offer you a way to reduce your credit card debt. Pain. That's what Jason Brewer felt the day his life changed.
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  • Race has no part in Awendaw development debate

    Black & White?
      The Town of Awendaw has been in the local paper recently over the issue of annexation. Awendaw is a small town, east of Mt. Pleasant, which was incorporated in 1992. Because the town has no sewer system, septic tanks remain the predominant method of waste water treatment. A majority of the residents still receive their water from wells. Environmental tests conducted over the past several years have showed that faulty septic tanks pose a potential hazard for contaminating the water table.
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