In this new edition, you can learn about the proposed development of the Sgt. Jasper property in Charleston and why one group thinks it’s a bad idea. Columnist Andy Brack rips ideas on splitting the school district and offshore drilling. More features include photos, Good News, our Encyclopedia entry and a quest by 1,200 students.
Articles by: Charleston Currents
Above, Between, Below is a new exhibit featuring batiks on silk by Charleston artist Mary Edna Fraser that will be on display March 21 to May 3 at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park.
Lots going to: Book sale, The Underpants, sculpture forum, more.
This photo, taken in the Lowcountry but outside of Charleston County, arrives just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Where is it?
Virginia storyteller Chetter Galloway thrilled audiences at last year’s Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival in downtown Charleston. The event returns March 13-14.
IN THIS EDITION (MARCH 2, 2015 | Number 7.18)
FOCUS: Gregorie wants a city that works for all
BRACK: “Dum spiro spero: for public education
POEM: The Story of a City, by Ed Madden
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Morris Financial Concepts, Inc.
GOOD NEWS: Exhibit to feature Fraser’s batiks
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
REVIEW: First Frost
CALENDAR: Book sale, Underpants, sculpture, more
MYSTERY PHOTO: Just in time
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Josephine Humphreys
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, one of America’s most dog-friendly destinations, is offering free annual memberships to families that adopt a dog from a Lowcountry animal shelter or pet adoption program.
This week: International African American Museum public forum, Center for Women conference, DIY Festival, Mozart’s Requium, Anne Frank
Congratulations on the new look of Charleston Currents. It takes courage to try to improve something that really wasn’t broken.
This week’s issue features a column by mayoral candidate Paul Tinkler about why he’s running, a commentary about the race as a while by Andy Brack, a look by Kyra Morris at a new education report that has some great info in it and a mystery photo that just may vex you.