The Folly Beach County Park restoration will benefit tourism and relieve parking congestion, and has received recognition from a trade association, wonderful! But the whole concept of building groins to relieve beach erosion, however the Army Corps of Engineers may wish to sell it, is a zero-sum game in which sands trapped on one side are excavated from the other.
I loved your article about visiting Paris and really enjoyed your photos of Monet’s garden.
Over the decades, I have since met many attorneys who believed firmly that Uncle Bubba wasn’t exactly “sweet,” but that the SOB moniker was indeed appropriate.
Letters on schools, offshore drilling, our calendar.
I appreciated your commentary on education in this week’s newsletter. Very well done. Now is indeed the time.
Congratulations on the new look of Charleston Currents. It takes courage to try to improve something that really wasn’t broken.
“As long as everybody is using it, legalizing and taxing it would provide much-needed funds for road repairs.”
To the editor: [On Andy Brack’s column about Marjory Wentworth’s poem] I whole heartedly agree. In New Jersey where I spend a good part of each year, we did a study through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (I was an appointed member for seven years) to try and understand how much revenue the arts brought to the […]
Your comments [Brack, 1/5] that imply that South Carolina Republicans don’t support President Obama because he’s (egad!) black are insulting and offensive.
The article on Burke High School should have pointed clearly to the real problem. It did not. Buildings do not educate children. Money does not educate children.