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Southern Season to open second store in Charleston, SC

Southern Season, Chapel Hill's landmark gourmet food store, will open a second store in Charleston, S.C. early next summer, the company announced Friday.

The store will occupy a 44,000-square-foot space in the Charleston suburb of Mt. Pleasant. The store will be on Coleman Boulevard in the Brookgreen Town Center.

"Charleston is an ideal market for our customers," Larry Shaw, president and CEO of Southern Season, said in a statement.

Clash of the Carolinas this Saturday

The fifth annual Clash of the Carolinas all-star soccer games will be played this Saturday on Daniels Island, near Charleston, S.C., and once again the matches will have some Chapel Hill flavor.

UNC's Farrell Sweeney, an all-state midfielder when she was at East Chapel Hill, will play on the N.C. girls team. UNC Asheville goalie Dan Jackson (East Chapel Hill '11) and UNC Wilmington midfielder Jamie Dell (Chapel Hill '11) will be on the N.C. boys team.

The Clash of the Carolinas, organized by the North Carolina Soccer Coaches Association and the South Carolina High School Soccer Coaches Association, is the nation's only interstate all-star soccer match, pairing teams from each of the Carolinas.

Saturday's doubleheader will begin at 1 p.m. with the girls’ contest, where the North Carolina team holds a 3-1-0 series lead. The boys’ contest starts at 3:30 p.m. North Carolina is seeking its first win in the boys' series, where South Carolina holds a 1-0-3 advantage.

N.C. State beats ECU 85-65 in Charleston Classic

CHARLESTON, S.C. -- N.C. State moved into the winners bracket of the Charleston Classic with a convincing 85-65 victory against East Carolina on Thursday at Carolina First Arena.

The Wolfpack (2-0) plays the winner of Thursday's late game between Charlotte and George Mason at 8:30 p.m. Friday. The Pirates (2-1) will face the 49ers-Patriots loser at 6 p.m.

Health-care reform: Cowards, Canada and co-pays

Here are more letters regarding the health-care reform debate. Some of these are still under consideration for print. Find other letters on tomorrow's Other Opinion page

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