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Don’t miss out on this weekend’s YALLFest events

YALLFest is bursting with activities for word nerds this weekend. While some of the ticketed events have already sold out, there are still plenty of free ones to choose from, many of which involve free food and caffeine. (Score!) Friday’s main free event is the beloved YALLCrawl, but Saturday is where most of the action is. Check out our picks below and visit the YALLFest website for details concerning the 100+ other signings, author meet-ups, and panels.

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What you need to know: The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) reported on Thursday that nearly one million state residents have completed vaccination. Currently, 995,974 people are fully protected against COVID-19. The majority of people (573,340) have received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine while 336,001 people have received Moderna. Source: SCDHEC Earlier this week, […]

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