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Have a Famously Hot New Year!
Think Times Square meets Southern hospitality and you've got FAMOUSLY HOT NEW YEAR, a huge, fun party to ring in 2013. Join thousands in downtown Columbia to celebrate! Grammy-winning band The Wallflowers and the legendary DJ Biz Markie will perform in front of the State House. Enjoy fireworks and party food, too. General admission is free, but you are asked to register. Register now at FamouslyHotNewYear.com.



Carter's fresh take on a Southern classic.
It's a Southern tradition to have collard greens along with a helping of hoppin' John on New Year's Day, but you don't have to cook those greens the same ol' way. Add some spice to the leafy vegetable with Chef Robert Carter's recipe for peppered collard greens. Pick up a bunch or two of Certified South Carolina greens so you can have more cash in 2013.



Save the date for Restaurant Week South Carolina.
Restaurant Week South Carolina is a great time to go on a tasting tour. Dine at your favorite spots or try out some the latest additions to the Palmetto State's culinary scene. During the 11-day celebration, January 10-20, restaurants will offer special menu items, discounts and promotions. Get your palates ready for a taste of South Carolina. Don't miss the classics like she-crab soup and barbecue.

Kingston Resorts Deals
Receive one night free when you book a three-night stay in one of our one- or two-bedroom villas and two-bedroom condos at Kingston Resorts. Book now.

Shopping Guide
For unique gift ideas, peruse the Heritage Corridor's 2012 Holiday Shopping Guide. You'll find all things South Carolina, from places to stay to places to stay. Happy shopping!

20% off passports
Last minute gift idea! Purchase a voucher for a park passport at any Piggly Wiggly store through Dec. 31 and get 20% off regular passport prices. Redeem at any SC State Park.

Maya Exhibit
The lives and advanced culture of the ancient Indians of Central America are revealed in the South Carolina State Museum's new blockbuster exhibit Secrets of the Maya.
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