Lynn Cornfoot

Goat Yoga: From Om to Awe!

By Lynn Cornfoot

Goat YogaThe fitness industry is big business and is constantly changing, in order to make exercise fun. One yoga studio in Columbia is switching things up by trading Om to Awe.

A Spooky Good Time at Deceased Farms

By Lynn Cornfoot

Deceased FarmsDuring the Halloween season, Clinton Cease Farms in Lexington, SC transforms into Deceased Farms, a haunted attraction that is sure to get your spine tingling.

The SC State Fair’s Ride Of Your Life Scholarship

By Lynn Cornfoot

students at graduationThe SC State Fair’s Ride Of Your Life Scholarship Program annually awards 50 scholarships to South Carolina high school students planning to pursue their studies at any public or private college, university or technical college in the state. General Manager of the SC State Fair, Nancy Smith, talks about the program and also two recipients (Riley Nordin and Sierra Small) share their story on how the scholarship impacted their lives.

A Gentleman's Ride

By Lynn Cornfoot

MotorcylesThere is one day in September on which vintage motorcyclists around the world come together for one purpose—to raise awareness of men’s prostate cancer and suicide prevention—and 2018 was the first year this ride was held right here in South Carolina. It was a spectacle to behold.

Comedian Ian Aber

By Lynn Cornfoot

Stand upThrough comedy, entertainer Ian Aber is bringing all audiences together in a fun and entertaining environment.

Chocolatier Providing Free Lunches

By Lynn Cornfoot

chocolate machineDid you know that 1 in 4 children in S.C. lack nutritional food on a regular basis? Many schools provide free lunch during the week, but what’s a child to do when there is no food available for the weekend? A Graniteville-based chocolatier has teamed up with a local foodbank in the Central Savannah River Area to not only bring smiles through their sweets but full bellies, as well.

Historic Hangar Gets New Life

By Lynn Cornfoot

Curtiss Wright hangarWhen it comes to preserving a building on the National Register of Historic Places, time, money and effort are always part of the challenge. If restoration is possible, then history can teach, inspire and help to revitalize a local community.

Traditions in the New Year

By Lynn Cornfoot

fireworksEarlier this year we learned about certain superstitions many of us have. As we get ready to ring in a new year, a look at some more traditions celebrated during this time of year.

Obey and Slay: Interview with Shepard Fairey (2002)

By Lynn Cornfoot

ObeyIn 2002, Beryl Dakers interviewed artist Shepard Fairey for the series BEAT! (Aired Dec 18, 2002) when he did his Obey and Slay show at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, College of Charleston. Obey was Fairey's exhibit. Slay was an exhibit by Anthony Dominguez. Hulu just released a new documentary entitled OBEY GIANT about the art of Shepard Fairey.

The History of Halloween

By Lynn Cornfoot

pumpkinsCostumes, candy, haunted houses, and ghost stories...everything we think of when it comes to Halloween, but it wasn’t always this way. We take a look at how this spooky holiday has transformed over the centuries.

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