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1:44 pm on Friday May 18, 2012

Slow Money Alliance Establishing a SC Chapter - Meeting May 22, 2012

Josh Silverman of Jericho Advisors Named to InnoVenture Presenter ListSince mid-2010, local SLOW MONEY chapters have emerged in dozens of locales across the country and now one is being formed in South Carolina. Josh Silverman of Jericho Advisors...
2:23 am on Wednesday May 2, 2012

Charleston Architects' Redesign of Classic Marquee Makes National List

The Atlanta Cities names Sottile Theatre marquee as one of North America’s Most Distinctive May 2, 2012 (Charleston, SC) –  The redesign of the Sottile Theatre marquee in downtown Charleston, SC, a collaboration of architects Whitney Powers and...
1:14 pm on Wednesday March 28, 2012

CARTA drivers, staff bring home awards for excellence

Today, The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) recognized several representatives for their accomplishments in transportation during the monthly board meeting.  Dock Fogle, a fixed bus operator with 37 years experience, was...
8:05 am on Wednesday March 28, 2012

Fashion Group International Of Charleston Hosts The Best Of Fall/Winter 2012 International Collections Preview

Fashion Group International (FGI) returns to the spotlight with its Best Of Fall/Winter 2012 International Collections video presentation from Paris, Milan, London and New York edited by renowned fashion journalist and FGI Creative Director, MaryLou...
10:58 am on Friday December 11, 2009

Captain's Comics holds holiday sale (updated)

Image by Flickr user shewatchedthesky (Update December 11th) A couple of extra specials and goodies have been added to the sale.  From the store's mailer: FREE UPGRADES - get a free upgrade from any instock trade to any instock Premiere HC plus...
1:00 pm on Monday November 30, 2009

South Carolina universities facing $120 million budget cut

Image by Flickr user Travelin' JohnImage by 20091130-budget.jpg After enduring a rough bought of budget cuts last year, South Carolina universities could be facing yet another $120 million cut if the State Budget and Control Board approves another...
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