Articles by: Charleston Currents

MYSTERY:  Close-up

MYSTERY: Close-up

There have been a couple of comments in the last couple of weeks that the mystery photos have been a bit easy. So this week, where’s this?

by · 04/13/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos
CALENDAR:  April 13+ — Earth Day, Spring Jam, paddling

CALENDAR: April 13+ — Earth Day, Spring Jam, paddling

In the week ahead: Earth Day celebrations locally; Spring Jam; East Coast Paddlesports; more.

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7.24: Student painters, North Charleston, more

7.24: Student painters, North Charleston, more

The dazzling spring weather is making everything greener around Charleston. The peacefulness of this oak tree in Magnolia Cemetery snapped Sunday by contributing photographer Michael Kaynard is a calming reminder for the day of rest. More: KaynardPhotography.com IN THIS EDITION | APRIL 13, 2015 | Number 7.24 FOCUS: CofC student painters look to summer BRACK: What was done right and […]

by · 04/13/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Full issue
GOOD NEWS:  Get ready for some baseball!

GOOD NEWS: Get ready for some baseball!

The Charleston RiverDogs open the 2015 season this week. More good news on a big check for The Citadel, a neat Kickstarter campaign, North Charleston Business Expo, Dottie Frank to speak, and a grant for the aquarium.

by · 04/06/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Good news, News briefs
CALENDAR,  April 6+: Concert, Pet Fest, more

CALENDAR, April 6+: Concert, Pet Fest, more

On tap this week: CofC spring concert, Pet Fest, more

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PHOTO:  Tulips enjoy spring

PHOTO: Tulips enjoy spring

These tulips enjoyed the cool spring weather over Easter weekend. About the only negative thing happening weather-wise is the new onslaught of oak pollen. Take your allergy pills! Photo by Andy Brack.

by · 04/06/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Photos
FOCUS: Three-day conference offers chance for collaboration

FOCUS: Three-day conference offers chance for collaboration

By Todd Chas | Two local grassroots organizations, Building from the Block Up and CharlestonGOOD, are teaming up to host a free three-day series of workshops based on the understanding that collaboration is the key to increasing our positive impact on our community.

As event organizers point out, “There is no shortage of wonderful people, organizations and businesses working to make the Lowcountry a better place to live. As volunteers, consultants and entrepreneurs ourselves, we are inspired daily by the ‘good’ that surrounds us. But let’s face it, we all know there are obstacles to our best efforts and intentions: lack of knowledge, lack of resources, lack of ideas, lack of time, lack of connections, and lack of coordination in our efforts.”

by · 03/30/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Focus, Good news
GOOD NEWS: Google CS program from S.C. marks milestone

GOOD NEWS: Google CS program from S.C. marks milestone

Good news on Google CS reaching a milestone, Charles Fox winning award, new Citadel official, Eat Local Month, Le Creuset’s purple pots, photo contest

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CALENDAR: April+ — Silhouettes, Easter, hats, more

CALENDAR: April+ — Silhouettes, Easter, hats, more

Lots of events for Easter and the rest of April 2015.

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MYSTERY: Municipal garden

MYSTERY: Municipal garden

CLUE: Note the background to figure out where these flowers might be. Send your guess to editor@charlestoncurrents.com for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. Make sure you include your contact info (name and hometown).

by · 03/30/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Mystery Photo, Photos