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Foundation honors Sharma for commitment to education
Dr. Narenda Sharma works with a student at the Neighborhood Outreach Connection, which he founded in 2008. PHOTO SUBMITTED
Foundation honors Sharma for commitment to education

The Foundation for Educational Excellence will host its annual Jewels and Jeans event from 6 to 9:30 p.m. March 5 at the Country Club of Hilton Head

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Pure Natural Market offers options for eating 'clean'
Brinsley Ellis and Tracy Owens are the new owners and managers of Pure Natural Market, a restaurant offering plant-based whole food options, on Hilton Head Island. PHOTO BY J LANNING SMITH
Pure Natural Market offers options for eating 'clean'

The other day, I thought I had died and gone to heaven.

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Opinion

Letter to the Editor
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Letting go of the leaves allows more room for roots
Lynne Cope Hummell
Letting go of the leaves allows more room for roots

Twice in the past week or so, I've engaged in thoughtful conversations with colleagues about relationship issues.

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My microeconomics theory: It is what it is
Margaret Griffin
My microeconomics theory: It is what it is

I am so, so sorry. It was never my intention to put the economy into a tailspin. I did not do this all by myself. I had help.

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Business

Business Briefs
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Entrepreneurs get chance  to bring their businesses to life
Maryann Bastnagel, left, chairman of the board of the Hilton Head Island Economic Development Corporation, presents a check to first-place winner Pat Snelson in the Bring Your Business to Life competition Feb. 23. Also pictured are Carlton Dallas, board m
Entrepreneurs get chance to bring their businesses to life

Pat "Tip" Snelson of Hilton Head Island said she was still "in the clouds" the morning after her Tip Toes Custom Footwear company won the grand prize at the inaugural Bring Your Business to Life final competition

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Planning ahead neutralizes threats to your assets
Mark F. Winn
Planning ahead neutralizes threats to your assets

Good estate planning and proper use of trusts can help neutralize threats to your assets.

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Sports

Gear up your equipment to 'spring' ahead your game
Gear up your equipment to 'spring' ahead your game

Well, it's that time of year again; spring is coming, along with an increase in your tennis activity.

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Top Stories

Couple shares equestrian way of life with riding students
Couple shares equestrian way of life with riding students
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Health & Wellness

Early memory loss diagnosis allows time to plan ahead
Early memory loss diagnosis allows time to plan ahead

When we reach our 60s, it is not uncommon for friends to say, "I think I am getting Alzheimer's. I cannot remember anything."

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Fatty arms and loose skin: What's the solution?
E. Ronald Finger
Fatty arms and loose skin: What's the solution?

For reasons not totally known, women often accumulate fat and, usually, loose skin on their arms, even if they are basically thin.

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Health Briefs
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How has your microbiome been treating you lately?
How has your microbiome been treating you lately?

Remember that old spiritual song, "Dem Bones"? "The toe bone's connected to the foot bone, the foot bone's connected to the ankle bone...."

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Procedures can help you look fresher than spring
Oswald Lightsey Mikell
Procedures can help you look fresher than spring

Sprucing up your wardrobe for spring? It's also time to spruce up your skin care routine.

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Pure Natural Market offers options for eating 'clean'
Brinsley Ellis and Tracy Owens are the new owners and managers of Pure Natural Market, a restaurant offering plant-based whole food options, on Hilton Head Island. PHOTO BY J LANNING SMITH
Pure Natural Market offers options for eating 'clean'

The other day, I thought I had died and gone to heaven.

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Staying safe when road rage intensifies
Staying safe when road rage intensifies

Most of us have had the experience of driving along, minding our own business, and being struck with sudden rage when another driver cuts us off.

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Home & Garden

Tips on choosing proper components for great sound
Carlos Ramos
Tips on choosing proper components for great sound

After focusing on speakers in last month's column, this month we turn our attention to the components that deliver power and audio to those speakers.

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Use color therapy to enhance tranquility of your home
Use color therapy to enhance tranquility of your home

Color as therapy? Really? Yes indeed.

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White is a classic color of choice in kitchen design
White kitchens provide the perfect backdrop for any accent color. PHOTO COURTESY DISTINCTIVE GRANITE AND MARBLE
White is a classic color of choice in kitchen design

White continues to be the color of choice in kitchen and bath design.

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Arts & Entertainment

Hometown musician kicks off national tour where he began
Zach Deputy performed at Corner Perk's Roasting Room Feb. 19. PHOTO BY SAM POSTHUMA
Hometown musician kicks off national tour where he began

Multi-instrumentalist and song writer Zach Deputy performed Feb. 19-20 at the Roasting Room, above Corner Perk, in Bluffton, bringing his unique, eclectic style back to his hometown.

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New app allows children to create 'stage' shows
Carla Young and Dana Rose "sit" with MoonDucky, mascot of their collaborative creative ventures. PHOTO BY BUTCH HIRSCH
New app allows children to create 'stage' shows

Entrepreneurs Carla Young and Dana Rose have completed their casting call and launched their new app, MoonDucky Music Theatre.

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Real Estate

Multi-generational homes could be wave of the future
Multi-generational homes could be wave of the future

Have you noticed people in your neighborhood lately?

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Dining

Expanded El Mariachi stays true to its authentic roots
The El Mariachi Special is a popular dish at the Mexican eatery. PHOTO BY PAM GALLAGHER
Expanded El Mariachi stays true to its authentic roots

Three years ago, Carlos Aldaco and his step-daughter Karen Otero realized a longtime dream when they opened a small Mexican restaurant

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Family

Active senior living might seem like you never retired
Active senior living might seem like you never retired

Many people have the misconception that senior retirement living is relatively simple and mundane and in no way could it be considered fun.

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Why seniors hang on to 'stuff' and how to address the issue
Rachel Carson
Why seniors hang on to 'stuff' and how to address the issue

Many seniors tend to hang on to "stuff" they have collected over the years.

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