Feb 10 2016

Sunset Shucking For A Cause

Never underestimate the Importance of wine

By Jessie Hazard, Island Eye News Staff Writer Photos by Steve Rosamilia The Isle of Palms’ Exchange Club hosted its oyster roast fundraiser Jan. 30. At the event—which raised over $13,000 for its Scholarship & Student of the Month/Year programs—4,000 pounds of oysters were consumed, barrels of southern-style chili and “too many hot dogs to …

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Feb 10 2016

Vendors Wanted For Sullivan’s Island Farmers’ Market

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By Lisa Darrow for Island Eye News Photos by Ralph Secoy The Town of Sullivan’s Island is now accepting vendor applications for its inaugural farmers’ market slated to begin Thursday, April 7, 2016. The market will be located on the grounds of 1921 I’On Avenue, in front of Battery Gadsden and Edgar Allan Poe Library. …

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Feb 09 2016

Island Students Get A ‘Lego Up’ On The Competition

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By Jessie Hazard for Island Eye News Photos by Kristen Virgilio When the students on Tandy Moye’s inaugural First Lego League team came together this year, they knew they had to think big. Since October, the team of 11 fourth and fifth graders at Sullivan’s Island Elementary School have worked with admirable zeal to prepare …

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Feb 05 2016

Happy 207th Edgar!

Eric Schwartz and Schanen Smith hang with the birthday boy.

Photos By Steve Rosamilia Poe’s Tavern on Middle Street threw a party for the poet on Jan. 19.

Feb 04 2016

Beachlovers’ Book Club: The Boys In The Boat

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Staff Report for Island Eye News Daniel James Brown’s robust Boys in the Boat tells the story of the University of Washington’s 1936 eight-oar crew and their epic quest for an Olympic gold medal, a team that transformed the sport and grabbed the attention of millions of Americans. The sons of loggers, shipyard workers, and …

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Feb 04 2016

Spaghetti At Stella

Brothers Danny
and Anthony
Jost at the
Stella Maris
Spaghetti
Dinner, held
Jan. 16

Photos By Steve Rosamilia

Feb 04 2016

Seasons Of The South: Rustic Camembert Tarts With Wilted Greens

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By Marilyn Markel for Island Eye News Ingredients 2 cups flour ⅛ tsp salt 2 sticks butter, cut into 16 pieces 2-4 Tbsp ice water 2 cups peppery baby arugula, rough chopped ¼ cup thinly sliced red onion 8 oz Camembert, cubed ¼ cup pine nuts ¼ cup cream fleur de sel, to taste Directions …

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Feb 03 2016

Shakespeare’s ‘Dream” Comes To Crabpot

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Staff Report for Island Eye News The Crabpot Theatre is excited to present the next Main Stage production of its 23rd season: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, directed by PURE Theatre’s Randy Neale. In William Shakespeare’s most popular comedy, four young lovers’ lives are complicated by city law, feuding faerie royalty, and… love. Taking place in …

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Feb 03 2016

Tommy Tells Tales From The Island’s History

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By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor Photos by Jennifer Tuohy An appetite for history is the sign of a strong community, at least that’s what the evidence presented at the inaugural Isle of Palms’ history event last Wednesday suggested. A crowd of islanders packed into the recreation center’s multipurpose room, prompting the organizers to …

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Feb 03 2016

Windows 10 Questions, Comcast’s Unwelcome Visitor

By Bob Hooper for Island Eye News Windows 10 has been in the news recently and I wanted to answer some questions about it that have been posed by clients. It’s a big upgrade and will still be free until near the end of July 2016. The new operating system has some wonderful gimmicks and …

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