Mar 20

Who’s That Cat In The Hat?

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Photo by Steven Rosamilia. “You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.” In honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, and Read Across America Day last week, Sullivan’s Island Mayor Mike Perkis stopped in on Edgar Allen Poe Sullivan’s Island Branch Library and read to some of …

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Mar 20

Lowco Surf Jam Benefits Surfers Healing

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Staff Report for Island Eye News Mex 1 Coastal Cantina and Dangermuffin have teamed up to present ‘Lowco Surf Jam’ (think‘Loco’ meets ‘Lowcountry’) on Saturday, March 22. This event will benefit a wonderful organization: Surfers Healing. In a fun and family-friendly environment, seven bands will perform between 2 p.m. and 11 p.m. outside of Mex 1Coastal Cantina, …

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Mar 20

Become A Rising Star At Piccolo Spoleto

Staff Report for Island Eye News The Piccolo Spoleto Rising Stars program showcases artistically gifted students ages 9 through 18 from throughout South Carolina. The goal of the Rising Stars series is to provide a high profile performance venue that focuses on the many artistically gifted students in South Carolina. Each performance features seven students …

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Mar 19

Message From The Mayor March 2014: Dick Cronin

The Billhorns celebrate Mardi Gras on Isle of Palms.

By Dick Cronin for Island Eye News Photos by Steven Rosamilia The City is always busy, even when the island is quiet and peaceful. We are gearing up for our summer season, hoping that everyone will have fun and stay safe. Personally, I am tired of all this cold. Here are some updates on projects …

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Mar 19

What The Folk Debuts In Awendaw

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By Lorrie Dixson for Island Eye News The inaugural What The Folk music festival debuts April 11 and 12, from 5 p.m. -10 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Saturday at Sewee Outpost in Awendaw, SC. The two day music festival features Todd Snider headlining both nights as well as other bands including Kevin Kinney of …

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Mar 19

Take Home A Lucky Dog: Pilot

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This stunning dog is Pilot who is currently living at Charleston Animal Society. He is a 3-year old Mastiff/American-Staffie. He is a big boy and as sweet as they come. Can you make room for Pilot?  Charleston Animal Society is South Carolina’s largest Animal Rescue, caring for 90% of Charleston County’s homeless animals.  Visit us today …

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Mar 18

Isle Of Palms Council Approves Hiring Of New Firefighters, Awards New Contracts

Staff Report for Island Eye News At the February 25 City Council meeting the Isle of Palms council unanimously approved the following: The hiring of Liollio Architects, at a cost of for $11,764 to complete the first phase of the design of new public restrooms at Front Beach. The money will come from municipal accommodations …

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Mar 18

Crafty Ladies And A Baked Good Bonanza On Offer At Tea Room & Boutique

Beautiful items such as this lovely wreath designed by (from left) Joan Harvey, Ann McLeod and Lindajean Robinson is just one example of the goods on offer at the Tea Room & Boutique later this month.

 By Carol King for Island Eye News  The First United Methodist Church on Isle of Palms hosts the 24th annual Tea Room and Boutique Wednesday, March 26 through Saturday, March 29. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. each day, featuring black bean and okra soups, shrimp and chicken salad plates, Greek …

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Mar 18

Redfish Are Rampant In March

Redfish remain in massive schools numbering in the hundreds as they try to avoid dolphins and stay warm.

By Captain Geoff Bennett for Island Eye News It has been a long cold winter, but warmer times have started to come around. During many charters, it never got much out of the 30s and those were hard earned fish. After a run of days with highs in the 70s, it’s easy to get excited …

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Mar 18

Police Stop Burglary In Progress, Firefighters Save Homes

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By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor On November 4, 2013, just after midnight, Isle of Palms’ police officer Matt Storen saw a car parked in the driveway of a home on Forest Trail. Knowing the owner wasn’t there he called for backup. Once three officers were on scene they established a perimeter around the residence. …

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