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Flashback to the mid-1990s. Grunge music was in the air, unsettling the young. America needed a soothing aural balm, and a band out of Columbia, South Carolina provided it.
If you’ve ever dreamed of making a smooth move in the real estate game, now may be the time to snatch up your very own soft serve structure. Two former Twistee Treat ice-cream-cone-shaped stands are currently up for sale. With interest rates low and interest in ice cream high, this could be an opportune time to acquire a highly desirable dairy destination.
Dalton Stevens, a.k.a. The Button King, exhibits two button-encrusted caskets in his South Carolina Button King Museum, intended for his own eventual burial. There’s a story behind that.
The 21-story Heritage Grand Hotel — centerpiece of the abandoned Heritage USA conservative Christian theme park — may be torn down by July 2010. For years the hotel has been owned by MorningStar Ministries, which has promised to turn it into a “Refirement Center” — a retirement center that would “re-fire” the Christian zeal of [...]
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