We have all types of used books. Over 50,000 just in our store and over 20,000 listed on line. Our warehouse has over 250,000 books just waiting to come to the store!!! We have a coffee shop in the store that offers a large amount of drinks. Espresso to gourmet coffees and everything inbetween.
The family-owned Ed’s Editions stacks an inventory of more than 40,000 books in its historic space, repeatedly winning accolades from the Free Times. Rapacious readers can find a broad selection of stories to devour, with mass-market paperbacks ($2+) and hardcover fiction and nonfiction books ($10+) in categories ranging from classic literature to Southern history. Marked shelves eliminate the need for dog-eared maps, making it easy for even directionally challenged bibliopirates to find copies of Treasure Island or Where’s Waldo’s Grog?.
Passed down through the generations, South Carolina has kept a secret. Our great state has been hiding one of the world’s finest gourmet barbecue sauces. Our state’s great barbecue tradition includes a golden sauce, unique to the Midlands of South Carolina dating back to colonial days.
Creative Sewing aims to usher in a sewing renaissance by educating thread-bearers in several techniques and supplying seasoned sewers with the best tools for their craft. The quilt-shop quality fabrics from Moda, Amy Butler, or Lila Tueller wrap needleworkers in limitless patchwork possibilities ($7.99+), and an array of popular patterns from brands such as Children's Corner and Silhouette are great for sewing dresses that recreate MC Escher paintings ($8.99+). In order to stitch these fabrics into a whole piece, cotton connectors can choose from a range of Mettler and King Tut threads ($2.99) and, to plan their pointed attack, Chaco liner marking pens ($9.99).
For more than three decades, Jarrett's Jungle's two greenhouses and bustling flower shop has composed a visual symphony of petals, succulents, bonsais, and orchids. The delicate displays of blossoms and leaves draw from the world's floral arrangement traditions—walking down the colorful aisles, customers see everything from European flower baskets to Japanese Ikebana. Fresh boxes of tropical blossoms arrive weekly from Hawaii, entrancing guests with scents from across the seas. Jarrett's florists concoct breathtaking combinations of plants for weddings and special occasions, and an onsite horticulturist oversees repotting, pruning, plant maintenance, and open-trunk tree surgeries.
The owners of The Range—who first set up shop in 1975 under the name Richard and Ann's Promenade Shop—have spent the last 37 years assembling the wares of a dream team of outfitters in Western, Native American, and equestrian styles. Patrons can slip into a pair of boots by brands such as Lucchese or Tony Lama or pick up two pairs of the rugged heels to outfit a fashionable llama. Broad-brimmed hats by Stetson and Wrangler can shade the eyes and keep fashion-forward perms under wraps while patrolling the countryside.