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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...
8:22 am on Friday April 6, 2012

Car Event on Kiawah Island Showcases Classic, Antique & Collectibles Autos

Are you a car enthusiast, or do you simply enjoy the beauty of automobiles past and present? Admire over 100 pristine cars at the 4th annual Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat on Saturday, April 21.  Car connoisseurs will gather from 1:30 until 4:30 p....
12:26 pm on Tuesday April 3, 2012

JAC WEEK - Rhapsody in Blue in Green

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 Charleston Jazz House 185 Saint Philip St. 7-9pm 6:30pm       Doors Open 7-8:30pm    Program + Concert 8:30-9pm    Mix & Mingle $250 per individual ticketONLY 20 SEATS AVAILABLEWINE INCLUDED Tommy Gill, pianoCharlton...
12:11 pm on Tuesday April 3, 2012

JAC WEEK - Rhapsody in Blue in Green

MONDAY, APRIL 9   Charleston Jazz House 185 Saint Philip St. 7-9pm 6:30pm       Doors Open 7-8:30pm    Program + Concert 8:30-9pm    Mix & Mingle $250 per individual ticketONLY 20 SEATS AVAILABLEWINE INCLUDED Tommy Gill, pianoCharlton Singleton...
8:58 am on Thursday March 29, 2012

Our Biggest Auction Ever Opens Sunday to Support Families of Seriously Ill Children

Here’s your chance to get all kinds of great deals while helping to support families of seriously ill children. Want the fun of a gala but not the uncomfortable shoes?  Put up your feet, pop a bowl of popcorn, and attend our big party online! The...
7:50 am on Wednesday March 28, 2012

OVER 2000 STUDENTS LIVES HAVE BEEN TOUCHED BY INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKER

Seventeen Cover Girl Zoe Damacela Inspires Our Youth One School at a Time The results from Zoe Damacela’s seven school tour last week have been tremendous.  Through the collaborative effort of YEScarolina (Youth Entrepreneurship South Carolina) and...
8:59 am on Thursday November 20, 2008

We may need the exodus of true school choice

A dust storm has kicked up over school choice in South Carolina after The Post and Courier wrote a story last week about Candace Capers' efforts to get her children to better-performing school. The saga goes like this: Capers lives downtown in area...
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