move topic page

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...
11:57 am on Tuesday May 1, 2012

North Charleston to Host International Exhibition by French Artist Mariannic PARRA

The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce that works by French artist Mariannic Parra will be on display at North Charleston City Hall from May 1-20, 2012. The international exhibition, titled In the Distance of...
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...
7:36 am on Monday April 2, 2012

Save the date for Children's Museum FREE Fam Jam event!

The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry along with Lucey Mortgage Corporation, News 2 WCBD and Y102.5 invite all children and families of the Lowcountry to the first ever FREE Fam Jam Festival on Saturday, April 21st from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at...
7:05 am on Monday January 16, 2012

Researchers prep for Hunley's first move in ten years (update: first upright, unobstructed view of Hunley)

Image by Flickr user Laser BurnersUpdate January 16: Scientists recently removed the the truss out of the tank which had been supporting the H.L. Hunley, offering the first unobstructed and upright view of the Civil War submarine since 1864. The...
3:58 am on Monday April 25, 2011

Downtown container cranes heading to Wando Terminal

Image by Flickr user joanna8555Two of the State Ports Authority's Columbus Street Terminal container cranes will be making a move upstream to the Wando Welch Terminal in Mount Pleasant. Moving the 236-foot-tall cranes will require strategic planning...
4:57 am on Friday September 18, 2009

Robert Lange Studio's re-opening to feature new works by Nathan Durfee

Image by Nathan DurfeeImage by 20090918-durfee.jpg Robert Lange Studios will be moving to a new location at 2 Queen Street and will celebrate the October 2nd re-opening with Nathan Durfee's 'Thoughts Between the Sky and Sea.' Starting at 5 p.m. come...
Advertisement