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11:07 am on Monday June 4, 2012

Charleston Resident Helps New Movers with Welcomemat Services

   Having moved three times over the past year, Charleston resident Randy Rhea knows how difficult it can be for people to get acquainted and familiar with their new community or neighborhood. The Atlanta native relocated to Augusta, Ga., in July...
10:32 am on Monday June 4, 2012

Women's Leadership Institute: Leading with Confidence and Strength

Leadership means getting the job done and connecting with people, and comes into play every day regardless of what we do to make a living. Leadership is a mix of knowledge, skills and abilities that can be learned and used to balance career success...
5:50 am on Thursday May 31, 2012

Alternative art space Tivoli celebrates making it official

Inside Tivoli Studios on a Tuesday afternoon, it's hot and there's a bird flapping around in the rafters. The soft drone of oscillating fans pushes the warm air around the open space. But much more than stale breezes and displaced fledglings fill...
5:56 am on Wednesday May 30, 2012

North Charleston City Gallery to Exhibit 4th Annual Cherokee & Native American Art Showcase

The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce that the 4th Annual Cherokee & Native American Art Showcase will be on exhibit at the North Charleston City Gallery during the month of June. The exhibition, titled...
10:51 am on Tuesday May 29, 2012

Alternative art space Tivoli celebrates making it official

Inside Tivoli Studios on a Tuesday afternoon, it's hot and there's a bird flapping around in the rafters. The soft drone of oscillating fans pushes the warm air around the open space. But much more than stale breezes and displaced fledglings fill...
9:45 am on Tuesday May 29, 2012

Carolina Youth Development Center Receives $175,000 Grant

(North Charleston, South Carolina) -- Carolina Youth Development Center (CYDC) has been awarded a PropelNext grant of $175,000 over 18 months from the Edna McConnell ClarkFoundation, and will also receive expert strategic consulting assistance to...
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...
8:06 am on Wednesday May 2, 2012

YESCAROLINA AND MOTLEY RICE SUPPORT YOUNG LOCAL ENTREPRENEURS

Inaugural competition gives students opportunity to participate in business plan competitions Students from four Charleston County schools will compete in a series of business plan competitions organized by Youth Entrepreneurship South Carolina (...
12:37 pm on Wednesday April 25, 2012

RSFH Receives $1 Million For Cancer Wellness

The Roper St. Francis Foundation recently received a transformational commitment of $1 million from the Ronald H. Fielding family of Kiawah Island in honor of the late Donna M. Fielding. This generous, philanthropic gift will enable Roper St....
8:21 am on Tuesday April 24, 2012

Eating Out to Help Those with HIV/AIDS

Food and philanthropy are two things the people in the Lowcountry do well. On April 26, the second yearly Dining Out for Life event is combining these strengths to raise money for the Roper St. Francis (RSF) Ryan White Program — a federally funded...

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