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12/21, full issue:  The power of reflection; smart state investing, more

12/21, full issue: The power of reflection; smart state investing, more

INSIDE the Dec. 21, 2015, issue of Charleston Currents:
PHOTO: Santa’s hanging around this week
FOCUS, Fanning: One powerful action to close out 2015
BRACK: Make smart investments with robust economy
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Kaynard Photography
GOOD NEWS: New license plate, more
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR, Dec. 21+: Lots of celebrations going on
REVIEW: It Ended Badly: 13 of the Worst Breakups in History
MYSTERY: This one may be pretty easy
BROADUS: Boeing SC’s 100th jet
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Spanish moss

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12/14, full issue: Kindred Kids, gun sense, shopping tips

12/14, full issue: Kindred Kids, gun sense, shopping tips

In the Dec. 14, 2015, issue of Charleston Currents:

http://charlestoncurrents.com/2015/12/dec14-issue/
PHOTO: Grand tree off the chopping block for now
FOCUS: Promoting friendship and understanding
BRACK: Let’s have some real gun sense in S.C.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Morris Financial Concepts, Inc.
GOOD NEWS: Holiday shopping tips, more
FEEDBACK: Immigration is a federal issue
CALENDAR, Dec. 14+: From a holiday train to a holiday show
REVIEW: Mr. Mercedes, by Stephen King
MYSTERY: The clue is that it’s in Charleston
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: The New Deal, part 2

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12/7: Families helping families, Palmetto Priorities, “A Christmas Apron”

12/7: Families helping families, Palmetto Priorities, “A Christmas Apron”

In the Dec. 7, 2015, issue of Charleston Currents:
http://charlestoncurrents.com/2015/12/dec7-issue/

PHOTO: Holiday cinch
FOCUS, Steve Skardon: Help for flood victims over holidays
BRACK: Legislature needs more strategic, long-term thinking
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Charleston Green Commercial
PALMETTO POEM, Marjory Wentworth: The Christmas Apron
GOOD NEWS: Pinckney, Haley, Riley to be honored
FEEDBACK: Likes Haley on immigration
CALENDAR, Dec. 7+: A Christmas Story, holiday lights, more
MYSTERY: Maritime pastoral scene
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: The New Deal

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11/30:  A school success; pandering; planning your holiday

11/30: A school success; pandering; planning your holiday

In the Nov. 30 issue of Charleston Currents:
PHOTO: Parade of Boats coming soon
FOCUS, Kristin French: Palmetto Scholars Academy, a success story
BRACK: Pandering to fear isn’t American way
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: LaFond Law
MONEY, Kyra Morris: Have a financially-savvy holiday season
GOOD NEWS: Riley Waterfront Park, more
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR, Nov. 30+: Revving it up for the holidays
MYSTERY: You might have seen this one
BROADUS: Big check for One80 Place
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Voorhees College

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11/23, full issue: Capt. Sams Spit; new mayor-to-be; more

11/23, full issue: Capt. Sams Spit; new mayor-to-be; more

In the Nov. 23, 2015, issue of Charleston Currents:
PHOTO: The Big Tomato
FOCUS, Katie Zimmerman: Capt. Sams Spit back in development headlines
BRACK: Meet Charleston’s next mayor
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: SCIWAY
GOOD NEWS: Mazyck, Stokes-Marshall honored by AT&T
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR, Nov. 23+: Getting in the holiday spirit
REVIEW: The Bees, by Laline Paull
MYSTERY: Looks pretty old
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Josephine Lyons Scott Pinckney

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11/16, full issue: Lowcountry conservation, ethics, new cathedral

11/16, full issue: Lowcountry conservation, ethics, new cathedral

In the new Nov. 16 issue of Charleston Currents:

PHOTO: Jumping for joy
FOCUS: 200 attend conservation event
BRACK: Disappointed in state Senate’s inability on ethics reform
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
GOOD NEWS: Charleston has a new cathedral
FEEDBACK: Letters on good news, development, dogs
CALENDAR, Nov. 16+: From holiday lights to holiday oysters
MYSTERY: Where’s this train display?
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Operation Lost Trust

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11/9:  The sellers’ market, #JohnNotLeon, more

11/9: The sellers’ market, #JohnNotLeon, more

Click to read our new, full issue. Inside:
PHOTO: Guard dog
FOCUS, Doug Holmes: Real estate prices rising in sellers’ market
BRACK: #JohnNotLeon
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Kaynard Photography
PALMETTO POEM, Samuel Henry Dickson: “Written at the North”
GOOD NEWS: From a bikeway study to a new community garden
FEEDBACK: Remembering loved pets
CALENDAR, Nov. 9+: Food to festivals to books
REVIEW: Deep South, by Paul Theroux
MYSTERY: Substantial building, but where?
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Allendale, S.C.

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11/2: New issue marks 8th year!

11/2: New issue marks 8th year!

In the Nov. 2, 2015 issue:
PHOTO: Fall color
FOCUS: Charleston Currents, version 8.01
BRACK: If you want a friend, get a dog
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Titan Termite & Pest Control
GOOD NEWS: YALLFest coming soon with 60 young adult authors
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR, Nov. 2+: Festivals, tours, roasts galore
REVIEW: Evolutionary Enlightenment: A New Path to Spiritual Awakening
MYSTERY: Somewhere on the peninsula
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Boykin Spaniel, state dog

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10/26 issue: Festival of Lights; on deadlines; more

Inside Charleston Currents, Oct. 26, 2015:
PHOTO: Spooky.
FOCUS: Holiday Festival of Lights on the way
BRACK: On deadlines, new state senator
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Charleston RiverDogs
GOOD NEWS: From flood recovery to offshore drilling, more
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR, Oct. 26+: Mayoral history to spooky times
REVIEW: Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz
MYSTERY: Ironwork
BROADUS: Charleston Strong
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Walterboro, S.C.

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10/19 issue: Digital citizenship, Tecklenburg, great new book

10/19 issue: Digital citizenship, Tecklenburg, great new book

In the Oct. 19, 2015, issue:
PHOTO: Sunrise on the Chehaw River
FOCUS, Pamela Lackey: On digital citizenship
BRACK: Why I’m voting for John Tecklenburg for mayor
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Morris Financial Concepts, Inc.
GOOD NEWS: Artists for Emanuel, more
FEEDBACK: Our children deserve better than legislators giving them
CALENDAR, Oct. 19+: From a block party to thanking Joe
REVIEW: The Ace Basin: A Lowcountry Legacy, by Pete Laurie
MYSTERY: It’s not Kansas, anyway
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Edisto Island

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