Sep 17

IOP Rec Welcomes Two New Employees

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Staff Report for Island Eye News Two new employees were sworn in at the Isle of Palms August City Council meeting. Andy Sinwald takes a position as Recreation Supervisor / Special Events at the Isle of Palms’ Recreation Department. He has a Masters in Leisure & Tourism from Bowling Green University and over the last …

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Sep 17

The 7 Month Itch

Pets can develop a food allergy as they age so even if they have always eaten the same food, they can still be suffering from a food allergy.

By Dr. Shannon Barrett for Island Eye News One of the many reasons to love the Lowcountry is the weather. While the rest of the country is getting ready for fall, we know we have several more weeks of flip flop weather left As much as I love our 7 months of summer, it is …

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Sep 17

Sullivan’s Island Firefighters Save Turtle Nest

115 baby turtles set out to sea thanks to combined efforts of Turtle Team and Chief Stith. (Photo by Alex Garcia)

By Mary Pringle for Island Eye News The ongoing adventures of Nest #3 at Station 14 near Fort Moultrie are finally over. This was the nest laid on July 6 that underwent an emergency relocation a week later, July 13, when the tide started eating away at the spot where it was laid. It was …

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Sep 16

Don’t Miss The Migration

By Kim Viacrucis for Island Eye News Migration to Memminger, the sold-out fundraising event from 2013, returns Thursday, Oct. 9 2014 with awe inspiring birds in flight to emphasize the critical role birds play as avian ambassadors and environmental indicators. Tickets are now available for Migration to Memminger, the annual fundraising gala for the Center …

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Sep 16

Cloud Control

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By Bob Hooper for Island Eye News It seems that some very famous, rich and pretty stars found out the hard way that what you put on the internet is no longer yours. Regardless of the guarantees provided by some company, large or small, if you “save,” backup or store data in the “cloud,” it …

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Sep 15

Get Ready To Pay To Park At The Beach

This aerial shot shows the Front Beach parking lots and on-street parking at capacity by 2:30 p.m. Stantec took photos every 30 minutes from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. over Memorial Day weekend.

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor The rapidly increasing population just across the waterway from the barrier islands of Sullivan’s and Isle of Palms is the driving force behind the most recent attempts to implement paid parking on the Isle of Palms. “It’s not just about what’s going on now, it’s what’s going to …

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Sep 15

Mozart And Friends

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  By Sandra Nikolajevs for Island Eye News The Sixth Annual Mozart in the South Festival returns to Charleston with three special events taking place between Thursday, Sept. 18 and Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014. This year’s festival takes classical music out of the concert hall and into the community with two free events and one …

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Sep 05

Isle Of Palms Police Report: July 2014

July 1: Theft From Motor Vehicle: Waterway Blvd @ Sparrow Dr. The complainant stated unknown subject(s) removed the driver side view mirror from her vehicle. No accident damage was observed at the scene. Value of the mirror: $40. July 2: Petit Larceny: Wild Dunes. The complainant stated she returned to Indiana after staying at the …

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Sep 05

The Obstinate Daughter Named Best New Restaurant In The South

“It’s not ‘good for the beach.’ It’s just good.” 
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By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor Photos by Steve Rosmailia Sullivan’s Island’s newest eatery just won the accolade of one of the best new restaurants in the South. Coming in at number 4 on Southern Livings’ ubiquitous list, The Obstinate Daughter is now firmly on the map. “It’s not ‘good for the beach.’ It’s …

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Sep 05

Personal, Positive, Local Programs Featured In Poe Library’s Fall Lineup

  By Delores Schweitzer for Island Eye News As our children settle into their fall routines, we as adults have the chance to expand our learning opportunities, too, and the Poe Library loves being a part of that personal growth. Building on the success of our monthly book club, Mah Jongg nights, and Tech Tuesdays, …

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