Mar 18

Cold Pressed Goodness

Blue Barn Juice Company employee Regina Ferguson operates the cold press.

By Kathryn Casey, Island Eye News Staff Writer Photos by Steve Rosamilia When Moira Kucaba moved to Mount Pleasant from the West Coast 12 years ago, people did not understand what she did for a living. Some people she met here had never even heard of Pilates. “They asked me if I taught karate!” she …

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Mar 18

Warmer Waters Will Herald The Coming Of Fishing Season

Having laid low the last few months to avoid dolphins, redfish will transform from simply surviving to becoming predators.

By Geoff Bennett for Island Eye News Temperatures have been all over the place this winter with a string of nice days followed by days in the 30s. Throughout it all though, it was possible to catch redfish especially on the sunny days. Expect the fishing to markedly improve as the arrival of spring brings …

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Mar 18

Jasper Summer Home Destroyed By Winter Heater

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By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor A house fire destroyed a summer home on Sullivan’s Island’s Jasper Boulevard Wednesday morning, Feb. 25. The call came in at 7:29 a.m. and Sullivan’s Island Fire Department were on scene a minute later, however the home was a total loss. According to the subsequent fire investigation, the …

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Mar 16

Morgan Creek Unveils Proposal For Reducing Noise

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By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor The owner of Morgan Creek Grill believes he has come up with a solution to the complaints from some neighbors over the amplified music played on the patio outside the restaurant. Music has been banned there since November of 2014, when the city’s public safety committee ordered the …

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Mar 13

Isle Of Palms Pushing Ahead With Residents’ Only Parking

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By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor Despite having decided to delay the implementation of a managed beach parking plan until the 2016 beach season, Mayor Dick Cronin is hopeful the city will be able to implement the residents-only parking restrictions during this beach season. The paid portion of the parking plan has been pushed …

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Mar 12

Isle Of Palms Councilmember Graduates From Municipal Elected Officials Institute Of Government

Mayor Terence Roberts, Municipal Association president, and Councilmember Sandy Ferencz

Staff Report for Island Eye News Councilmember Sandy Ferencz from the City of Isle of Palms graduated from the Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government on Feb. 4. Graduates received their certificates during the Municipal Association of South Carolina’s Hometown Legislative Action Day. Established in 1986, the Institute is a program of the Municipal Association …

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Mar 11

Nine Vie For Four Seats On Sullivan’s Island Town Council

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By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor This May the Town of Sullivan’s Island will once again go to the polls to choose the people who will help shape the future of their town. Nine candidates are vying for four open seats, three for the full 4 year term, and one for a 2 year …

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Mar 10

Hands Up For Sullivan’s Island Elementary School!

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Photos by Steven Rosamilia The third annual Wig & Stache Bash took place Feb. 20 at Cinebarre in Mount Pleasant. Featuring a live and silent auction the event raised money for Sullivan’s Island Elementary School programs, including art, Spanish, music and guidance. The evening’s headliner act was The Village People, who kept the crowd waving …

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Mar 06

Children Center Beneficiary Of Hope On Goat

Louie’s Kids were the beneficiaries of last year’s Hope on Goat benefit.

By Colin McCandless for Island Eye News Photos by Steve Rosamilia These days charity oyster roasts in the Lowcountry come a dime a dozen on the half shell, so you need something special to help set you apart from the crowd. The 6th Annual “Hope on Goat” benefit slated for 2-6 p.m. Saturday, March 21 …

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Mar 06

Seasons Of The South: Potato Salad With Pesto

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By Marilyn Markel for Island Eye News This is slightly different twist on potato salad. I purchase sun dried tomato pesto and in the summertime, when basil is abundant, I make the other. You can make it super easy by purchasing both kinds of pesto. Many additions can be made to the recipe to make …

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