Mildred Muhammad, ex-wife of the D.C. sniper, signs a copy of her memoir “I’m Still Standing: Coming Out of the Darkness into the Light,” for Tangela Calhoun of Beaufort on Friday, April 28, 2017, at Hampton Hall in Bluffton. She spoke at “An Evening with Hopeful Horizons,” a fundraiser for a local group that serves victims of child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence.
Mildred Muhammad, ex-wife of the D.C. sniper, signs a copy of her memoir “I’m Still Standing: Coming Out of the Darkness into the Light,” for Tangela Calhoun of Beaufort on Friday, April 28, 2017, at Hampton Hall in Bluffton. She spoke at “An Evening with Hopeful Horizons,” a fundraiser for a local group that serves victims of child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence. Liz Farrell lfarrell@islandpacket.com
Mildred Muhammad, ex-wife of the D.C. sniper, signs a copy of her memoir “I’m Still Standing: Coming Out of the Darkness into the Light,” for Tangela Calhoun of Beaufort on Friday, April 28, 2017, at Hampton Hall in Bluffton. She spoke at “An Evening with Hopeful Horizons,” a fundraiser for a local group that serves victims of child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence. Liz Farrell lfarrell@islandpacket.com

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Columnist and senior editor Liz Farrell has lived in the Lowcountry for 12 years, but grew up in Brookline, Mass., just outside of Boston. She graduated with a degree in political science from Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania, and enjoys the beach, reading and people with contagious laughs. She pronounces all her R's.