Mar 03

Flippin’ For Islamorada

Order up! Left to right, Boy Scout Troop 502 members Mason Suggs, Daniel Killough, Bennett Huff, Will Frame and Christian Huggins stand ready to serve at the Shrove Tuesday pancake supper at the First United Methodist Church on Isle of Palms.

By Carol Killough for Island Eye News Photos by Steve Rosamilia Boy Scout Troop 502 held a Shrove Tuesday pancake supper at First United Methodist Church on Isle of Palms to raise funds for their trip to Sea Base High Adventure camp in Islamorada, Florida this summer. Two crews of eight will spend a week …

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Mar 02


In the Feb. 13 edition of Island Eye News the date of the Sullivan’s Island municipal election was misstated, the election takes place Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Feb 27

Relighting A Historical Beacon

By Delores Schweitzer for Island Eye News On the chilly night of February 19, 2015, a blazing bonfire provided a suitable beacon for visitors to the first formal membership meeting of the newly recharged Battery Gadsden Cultural Center. The BGCC has a history of gathering Sullivan’s Islanders together to share stories and cultural interests, and …

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Feb 27

Noise Ordinance In Isle Of Palms Debated Again


By Kathryn Casey, Island Eye News Staff Writer The ongoing issue of noise complaints over the amplified music played at Morgan Creek Grill, located at Isle of Palms’ City Marina, received another public airing this month. Only this time, the crowd was largely in support of the restaurant. The Feb. 12 Public Safety meeting was …

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Feb 25

No Paid Parking On Isle Of Palms This Summer


By Kathryn Casey, Island Eye News Staff Writer Isle of Palms City Council has decided not to move ahead with its paid parking plan this summer. Instead it will focus on implementing paid parking at the beach starting in 2016. The decision was reached during the February Ways and Means Committee meeting, after council reviewed …

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Feb 24

Homegrown Songbird Headlines Island Gras

Haley has great support from her mother Kathy.

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor This year’s Isle of Palms Island Gras Carnival will have a little more local flavor than usual, one of its headline performers was raised right here on the island. Haley Mae Campbell moved to Isle of Palms from New York City when she was 3 months old, her …

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Feb 23

Lowcountry Residents Will Run And Walk For Life


By Mark Johnson for Island Eye News The 10th Annual LifePoint Race for Life is fast approaching.  It will be at James Island County Park, on Saturday, February 28, 2015.  The Kids Zone and Venders Row open at 8 AM and the first race is the 10K at 8:15 AM.  Other races include a 5K and 1/2 mile fun run/walk. This …

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Feb 20

Like Sea Island Builders And Help Sick Kids


By Jason Fowler for Island Eye News For every new Facebook ‘like’ to their business page in February, the luxury home builder will donate $1 to the non-profit organization. Sea Island Builders is teaming up with MUSC Children’s Hospital to raise funds to enhance the health of children throughout South Carolina. To start off the …

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Feb 20

Illustrator Talks To Art Guild

Cyd Moore presents to Mount Pleasant Art Guild on Feb. 2

By Jeanne Kay Juhos for Island Eye News Cyd Moore, a very successful and well known book illustrator, was the guest speaker at the Feb. 2 Mount Pleasant Artists Guild meeting. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Georgia, and has worked as a graphic designer and illustrator for newspapers, …

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Feb 20

Seasons Of The South: Granola With 5 Spice Powder

Granola with 5 Spice Powder

By Marilyn Markel for Island Eye News Granola is a quick and easy breakfast treat served with yogurt and fruit. It’s also easy on the go. Be sure to add plenty of dried fruits and you can also add chocolate chips. You can make your own 5 spice powder or buy the spice, but if …

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