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10/12, full issue:  Helping flood victims, not shortchanging S.C.

10/12, full issue: Helping flood victims, not shortchanging S.C.

In the Oct. 12, 2015, issue of Charleston Currents:
FOCUS, Tim Ervolina: Ways to help victims of the Great Flood of 2015
BRACK: Stop shortchanging South Carolina
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Charleston Green Commercial
REAL ESTATE, Doug Holmes: Traditional sellers face competition
GOOD NEWS: Big check to chase away cancer, more
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR, Oct. 12+: A musical, block party and Greek Fest
REVIEW: Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things
MYSTERY: Ring our bell on this one
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Granby, S.C.

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10/5, full issue:  Rain photo contest winners, Hollings and leadership

10/5, full issue: Rain photo contest winners, Hollings and leadership

Inside the Oct. 5, 2015, issue:
PHOTO: Drenched Battery
FOCUS: The Great Flood of 2015
BRACK: In renaming library, Hollings still teaching us
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: LaFond Law Group, P.A.
PALMETTO POEM, Kendra Hamilton: Rice
GOOD NEWS: Caregiver award, CARTA WiFi, bluegrass fest
FEEDBACK: WalletHub says study not flawed
CALENDAR, Oct. 5+: Big Book sale, Star Wars fun, more
REVIEW: Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget
MYSTERY: Where’s this building?
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Highway 301

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9/28, full issue:  Tecklenburg, state tax structure, blood supermoon

9/28, full issue: Tecklenburg, state tax structure, blood supermoon

In the Sept. 28, 2015, issue:
PHOTO: Blood supermoon, courtesy of New Mexico
FOCUS, John Tecklenburg: Will put residents’ quality of life first as mayor
BRACK: State’s tax structure needs work, not praise
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: SCIWAY
MORRIS: Blood supermoon: Astronomical phenomenon or apocalypse?
GOOD NEWS: Cannon Street Y All-Stars to be honored
FEEDBACK: On Stavrinakis candidacy, Haley’s posturing
CALENDAR, Sept. 28+: Festivals all over the place
MYSTERY: Where is this old bridge?
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Loggerhead turtles

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9/21: Deerin, Mr. Fixit, real estate market

9/21: Deerin, Mr. Fixit, real estate market

In the Sept. 21, 2015 issue:
PHOTO ESSAY: The buildings of Cuba
FOCUS, Ginny Deerin: Will work to relieve traffic congestion as mayor
BRACK: Mr. Fixit strikes again
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
REAL ESTATE: Understanding the cyclical nature of our market
GOOD NEWS: Not as poor, but poverty still persists; more
FEEDBACK: CCC article brings back memories
CALENDAR, Sept. 21+: Author visit, diversity meeting, Oktoberfest, Ball Fall
MYSTERY: Not a pearly gate
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: The Rev. John Martin Pike

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9/14: Stavrinakis, energy options, Palmetto Poem

9/14: Stavrinakis, energy options, Palmetto Poem

In the Sept. 14, 2015, issue of Charleston Currents:
PHOTO: Bird of paradise
FOCUS, Leon Stavrinakis: Running to move Charleston forward, keep it together
BRACK: More energy options are a good deal for consumers
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Titan Termite & Pest Control
PALMETTO POEM: Music of doves ascending
GOOD NEWS: Aquarium lectures, no-drilling rally
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR, Sept. 14+: Green Fair, author visit, more
REVIEW: Inside the O’Briens
MYSTERY: Through the looking glass
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Civilian Conservation Corps

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9/7, full issue: Toby Smith, Cuba, more

9/7, full issue: Toby Smith, Cuba, more

IN THIS ISSUE, Sept. 7, 2015:
PHOTO: Dumb signal
FOCUS, Toby Smith: In race to be a voice for the voiceless
BRACK: South Carolina can learn from Cuba
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Kaynard Photography
MONTHLY: Alzheimer’s session to be Sept. 11
GOOD NEWS: Five library listening sessions scheduled
FEEDBACK: Letters on Cuba trip
CALENDAR: Sept. 7+
REVIEW: Factory Man, by Beth Macy
MYSTERY: Old brick, old gate
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: South Carolina’s connection to Barbados

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8/31, full issue: The market; Cuba; more

8/31, full issue: The market; Cuba; more

In the Aug. 31, 2015 issue, Kyra Morris looks at market volatility. Andy Brack offers thoughts on Cuba after a recent trip, plus a host of photographs that show faces of Cubans. Good news from the Avery Center and more.

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8/17, full issue: Discrimination, electronics, real estate

8/17, full issue: Discrimination, electronics, real estate

In the Aug. 17, 2015, issue, Kendra Hamilton discusses a different kind of discrimination; Andy Brack offers tips on cell phones and email for newbies; and Doug Holmes gives real estate info.

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8/10, full issue:  Photo sleuth; forgiveness; more

8/10, full issue: Photo sleuth; forgiveness; more

In the Aug. 10 issue of Charleston Currents, West Ashley educator Elizabeth Halberstadt tells of how she reconnected old family photos with today’s descendants. Publisher Andy Brack offers words on forgiveness and how a new book by Vally Sharpe may be helpful. Calendar, photo, much more…

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8/3, full issue: Foundation, what’s next, Palmetto Poem

8/3, full issue: Foundation, what’s next, Palmetto Poem

In the Aug. 3, 2015, issue, Charleston Currents outlines a new foundation by the Pinckney family. Andy Brack discusses the elephant in the state’s room — racial division. And Katrina Murphy offers a new Palmetto Poem.

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