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Recapping ‘City Paper’ writers’ top eats from 2020

Sam Spence

Memorable Meals Dining in the year 2020 wasn’t what anyone expected, but it led many to expand their palates — sometimes out of sheer boredom. From top takeout to red rice and pimento cheese-filled egg rolls, these are the meals our writers remember most from the past 12 months. Elise DeVoe Formaggio and champignon pizza […]

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‘Invisible’ shines light on country music’s queer history

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Sept. 17 COVID-19 update: 3,610 new cases, 60 deaths; 11.9% positive

SC attorney general, 23 others vow legal action against Biden’s vaccine mandate Several state lawyers, including S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson, are taking steps toward legal action against President Joe Biden’s new vaccine mandate as the state passes 10,000 confirmed deaths. Biden’s mandate requires vaccination or weekly testing for anyone working for a company with […]