In the July 27 issue, April Borkman corrects the record on a sex ed course; Andy Brack says voters should dump Trump; and Kyra Morris outlines why our World Trade Center Charleston is important. Also: OHM Radio to start broadcasting soon.
In the July 20, 2015, issue, mayoral candidate Maurice Washington discusses how thoughtful, considerate action can lead to more community unity. Editor Andy Brack outlines how some news is not fit to print. In Good News, community activists are saying more needs to be done to protect carriage horses in heat. There are two letters, a review and info about South Carolina’s Marshall Tucker Band.
In the July 13, 2015 issue, Kyra Morris writes how Charleston has become a real part of the global community; Andy Brack thanks Rep. Jenny Horne for her call to take down the Confederate flag; Realtor Doug Holmes outlines how our hot real estate market may be undervalued; and almost $2 million has been donated to the Charleston race for mayor.
IN THIS ISSUE
PHOTO: America’s flag
FOCUS: Increasing youth mentoring
BRACK: Fear must not win in S.C.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Kaynard Photography
SENIORS: What Medicaid covers and what it doesn’t
PALMETTO POEM: “Officials Are Optimistic,” by Gilbert Allen
GOOD NEWS: A Community United event, more
FEEDBACK: Send us your letters
CALENDAR: Redux event, Ansari reading, more
REVIEW: Death by Darjeeling, by Laura Childs
MYSTERY: Kind of creepy looking
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Gov. Cole Blease
In the full June 29, 2015, issue:
PHOTO: McLeod Oak
FOCUS: Art helps the community heal
DONATE: How to give to promote healing
BRACK: Confluence of factors led to momentum on flag
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Charleston RiverDogs
GOOD NEWS: Planning underway for Lowcountry Blue Trail
FEEDBACK: Furl the flag
CALENDAR: Park meeting, flag film, July 4 fun
REVIEW: The Painter
S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Gov. David Beasley
Mark Lawrence of Charleston on Sunday signed a “Charleston United” canvas filled with hundreds of names. It was set up on the sidewalk along Calhoun Street under the entrance to Emanuel AME Church where nine members were shot and killed in what authorities are investigating as a hate crime. The tragedy shocked the world. But unlike some communities that erupted […]
In our June 15, 2015, issue, we offer a look at myriad things to do to celebrate Independence Day. Andy Brack shares a cool new Boeing video. And we’ve got a lot of Good News in our section of news briefs.
In this week’s new issue, you can learn about the Folly Beach woman who was honored for innovation by President Obama. Andy Brack recalls times at Middleburg Plantation, New Real Estate columnist Doug Holmes offers good news about the local market. Good news, letters, a review and a Mystery Picture inside!
Carol Tempel and Stewart Weinberg write how people should protest County Council’s initial decision to locate a new library in an unacceptable place on James Island; Andy Brack says the state should stop kowtowing to developers; Kyra Morris writes about tourism in Charleston; Joanna Crowell offers a Palmetto Poem; much more in this new issue, June 1, 2015.
The new issue for May 25 (Happy Memorial Day) shares how Folly Beach has been named one of the nation’s best restored beaches. Andy Brack shares thoughts on a Saturday wedding. There’s lots of good news as well as our mystery picture.