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12:19 pm on Wednesday August 15, 2012

A video for the love of used books: 'What An Astonishing Thing A Book Is'

Image by Harrison Winter A few weeks ago, I traveled around Charleston and four other cities in the Southeast shooting videos for a used book store company. I'd like to share one of those videos, because I think any book lover will enjoy it. The...
5:58 am on Tuesday June 5, 2012

Shrimply Delicious Shrimp Dinner at Old Village Post House Adds Second Night

Because of the high demand, Old Village Post House has added a second night of its shrimply delicious shrimp dinner with a four-course menu featuring beautiful local shrimp on Wednesday, June 20 at 6:30 pm. From beginning to end, culinary...
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...
10:33 am on Thursday May 31, 2012

Weekly Farmers Market Hits the Village Green at Freshfields Village

Enjoy tastes and crafts of the Lowcountry at Freshfields Village’s annual Farmers Market, which will take place Mondays from 4 to 8 p.m. from June 4 until August 27. A variety of food items and wares will be available for purchase, including produce...
8:04 am on Thursday May 3, 2012

Wedgwood Pottery: Finding the Lost Ayoree Cherokee Indian Mine (A Historical 1767 Wedgwood Trip from Charles Towne)

 Notes on Quotes           Wedgwood Pottery: Finding the Lost Ayoree Cherokee Indian Mine (A Historical 1767 Wedgwood Trip from Charles Towne) By Gordon Mercer and Marcia Gaines Mercer “The Indians set a high value on their white earth: however I...
7:35 am on Tuesday April 24, 2012

Palmetto Moon Helps Fund New Bus for Pattison's Academy

Palmetto Moon and The Bishop Family Foundation helped fund a new bus for Pattison’s Academy, a local organization that serves children with multiple disabilities by providing comprehensive education and rehabilitation programs. The organization...
7:12 pm on Monday April 23, 2012

Signs of Spring: The Terracotta Jungle

By Gordon Mercer and Marcia Gaines Mercer Sign in window of plant nursery:  “It’s spring, I’m so excited I wet my plants!” “It’s time,” Marcia said, peering out the kitchen window excitedly, “for the wild azalea walk.”     The half circle path...
10:05 am on Tuesday April 17, 2012

Gimme Shelter Announced to Benefit Operation Home

Operation Home announces the 2nd Annual Gimme Shelter presented by Home Team BBQ on Saturday, May 12th at 6pm at the Navy Yard at Noisette, 10 Storehouse Row. The Big Easy comes to the Lowcountry with lively entertainment, funky music from Dikki Du...
4:22 am on Thursday February 16, 2012

Tons of used medical clothing reportedly shipped from Brazil to Charleston

Image by Flickr user Francisco Javier Argel (Updates at the bottom.) Ready for the strangest news story you'll hear about this month? There's a purported ship coming from Brazil to Charleston with 46.6 tons of medical waste on board. If you're...
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