Mar 24 2017

Moving On Up

By Wendy Kelly for The Island Eye News Probably nothing on this earth will help you evaluate your life choices like moving, and I would know. In the half century or so I’ve been on this earth, I have moved somewhere between 16 and 20 times, not including the college years. I’ve lived on two …

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Mar 24 2017

Letter To The Editor: Kill The Bill For Good

Dear Editor, I have lived on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina since 1981. In the early 2000’s, I attended graduate school in Santa Barbara, California. When I walked the beach there, I was horrified by the sight of oil rigs in the distance and tar balls that stuck to my feet. I was grateful that no …

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Mar 24 2017

Letter To The Editor: Good Neighbors

Dear Editor, You know who you are. A couple of weeks ago you came into my yard on Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Not only did you trespass, but you also committed an act of random kindness. You took my recycle bin out of the ditch (which I could not physically do), and put …

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Mar 23 2017

Police Respond To Report Of Shots Fired On Sullivan’s Island

Staff Report for Island Eye News At 8:37 am this morning Charleston County 911 received a call about shots being fired at 1421 Middle Street. Town Administrator Andy Benke reports that there was “no evidence of an assault, injury, property damage, or firearm discharged that was identified or located.” Officers on the scene did speak …

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Mar 23 2017

Matthew Lagace Named Executive Chef At Morgan Creek Grill

By Sebastian Hale for The Island Eye News Morgan Creek Grill, the well known waterfront retreat on Isle of Palms, has announced that Matthew Lagace has been hired as Executive Chef. A Rhode Island native with more than a dozen years of kitchen leadership, Lagace has introduced a new menu highlighted by inventive seafood preparations …

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Mar 23 2017

Healthy Chips Are Not An Oxymoron

By Mariyln Markel for The Island Eye News It’s spring in the Lowcountry and greens are abundant at local markets. It’s time to enjoy salads, wilted greens and healthy chips. Making your own Kale chips is easy and a satisfying, crunchy, healthy snack. These chips also serve as a nice accompaniment and crunchy topping on …

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Mar 22 2017

Republican Party Reorganization Meetings

By Larry Kobrovsky for Island Eye News The precincts of the Charleston County Republican Party will be holding their Reorganization Meetings throughout the county on Thursday, March 23. So, what is “Reorg” and who cares? In 2016, there was interest around the country regarding how state and national delegates are selected for the Republican Conventions. …

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Mar 22 2017

Five Past Champions To Play The Volvo Car Open

By Arielle Alpino for The Island Eye News As of today, the Volvo Car Open will welcome back at least five of its past champions for its 2017 tournament, held April 1 – 9 at the Volvo Car Stadium in Charleston, South Carolina. Currently in the field are: • Venus Williams, 2004 Champion • Jelena …

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Mar 21 2017

Op-Ed: Middaugh Announces Run For Sullivan’s Island Council

By Susan Middaugh for Island Eye News I am pleased to announce I am running for re-election to Sullivan’s Island Town Council to continue serving my island neighbors. I have lived on Sullivan’s Island for 40 years and raised two daughters here. Our exceptional quality of life benefits from the inflow of young families attracted …

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Mar 21 2017

A Meal To Remember

By Kim Sawyer for The Island Eye News The 12th Annual Gala and Auction benefitting East Cooper Meals on Wheels will take place on Thursday, March 30, 2017 at the Sweetgrass Pavilion at Wild Dunes Resorts Isle of Palms. Guests will be invited to participate in live and silent auctions as well as eleven Signature …

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