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GOOD NEWS: Exhibit of Cuba photographs on display at main library

GOOD NEWS: Exhibit of Cuba photographs on display at main library

Staff reports  |  “Cuba, 2015” is a series of large digital photographs now on display at the Saul Alexander Gallery at the main branch of the Charleston County Public Library.  The photos showcase glimpses of Cuba taken during an August 2015 trip by a group organized by Magnolia Plantations and Gardens.

The photographs by Charleston Currents editor and publisher Andy Brack first were published in this weekly journal. 

“While you get something of a feel of life in Cuba in the online presentations of the photos from 2015, the large-scale, framed format offered in the exhibition gives a different feel – a depth that doesn’t come out on the computer screen,” Brack said.  “I encourage you to stop by the library, see the photos and provide your reactions in a comment book in the gallery.”

The exhibition will run through the end of January.

A favorite place is the Luxembourg Gardens on the Left Bank.

7.25: Trip to Paris, Photo essay, Giving Day, more

IN THIS EDITION  |  APRIL 28, 2015  |  Number 7.25 BRACK: Trip to Paris enthralls, inspires and enchants IN THE SPOTLIGHT:  Morris Financial Concepts, Inc. GOOD NEWS: Lowcountry Giving Day is May 5, more FEEDBACK: Send your letters CALENDAR: April 28+ — Swedish ship, street party REVIEW:  The Martian PHOTO ESSAY: Monet’s gardens S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Redcliffe COMMENTARY Trip to Paris […]

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Issue 7.16:  McConnell, civics, tween texting

Issue 7.16: McConnell, civics, tween texting

Issue 7.15, Feb. 16, 2015: Features an interview with College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell plus thoughts on civics education and tween texting … and more.

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