COLUMBIA — People in coats and scarves warmed their hands on steaming cups of coffee as they walked around the Columbia Farmers' Market recently. At the end of the rows of booths, sheltered only somewhat from the wind, a saxophonist and a guitarist played a lilting version of "Autumn Leaves." Almost on cue, handfuls of withering leaves blew by.
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