Sep 01

That’s A Wrap!

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  By Shawn R. Smetana for Island Eye News Charleston County Government marked the completion of the Ben Sawyer Causeway Multi-use Path Improvement Project with a ribbon cutting ceremony, August 7 on Goldbug Island. Charleston County Chairman Teddie E. Pryor, South Carolina State Senator Larry Grooms, Charleston County Councilmember and Battery to Beach Chairperson Colleen …

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Aug 22

Isle Of Palms Aesthetic Goes Global

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  By Margaret Pilarski for Island Eye News Photos by Diana Deaver Photography Inspiration abounds when you live beachside, something Isle of Palms’ resident Natalia Castillo is living proof of. Her international beachwear line, Escapada Living, has been nationally recognized for both its business and style sense. The brand recently launched its first brick-and-mortar signature …

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Aug 22

Register For Isle Of Palms Recreation Fall Season Now

  Staff Report for Island Eye News Adult season winners were as follows: Adult 3on3 Basketball Regular Season Champions: Chem South Adult 3on3 Basketball Tournament Champions: Windjammer Adult Softball Regular Season and Tournament Champions: Windjammer Adult 6v6 Soccer Regular Season and Tournament Champions: Home Team BBQ Adult Fall Recreation Season Registration closes Aug. 22 • …

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Aug 22

Warmer Temperatures Bring Out Different Species

For a species that fishes well irrespective of the temperature, sharks fit the bill.

  By Capt. Geoff for Island Eye News Charleston is a great place to be fishing, no matter what type of fish you want to catch, they are all active and biting. Fishing for redfish and trout remains strong even with increasingly warmer water temperatures. Seasonal species like Spanish mackerel, ladyfish, bluefish and shark are …

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Aug 21

Bang And Boom!

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  Photos by Steve Rosamilia Gary Alexander, a ranger at the National Park Service, explains changes in weapons technology on Sullivan’s Island from the Revolutionary War through World War II. His appearance on July 26, 2014, was part of the “Fizz Boom Read” Summer Reading Program at the Edgar Allan Poe Branch of the Charleston …

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Aug 21

Southern Season Offers ‘Beach & Boat Bites’

Southern Season is located at 730 Coleman Boulevard.

  Before heading to the beach or out on the boat, stop by Southern Season, located at 730 Coleman Boulevard, to pick up all your culinary needs for a day by the water. The deli section offers a salad bar, olive bar, hot and cold choices, and hand-made sandwiches. The Julio—seasoned roast beef with mayo, …

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Aug 21

Those Hackers Are At It Again

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  By Bob Hooper for Island Eye News You would think that with all the info around today about hackers, scammers, malware and just plain thieves that no one would fall for a phone call, email phishing or fake website, but it happens all the time. Let’s look at some of the recent ones that …

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Aug 20

Having Coffee With The Cops

IOP Police Chief Thomas Buckhannon meets with local residents

  Staff Report for Island Eye News Photos by Steven Rosamilia On Wednesday, July 30, officers from the Isle of Palms Police Department met with community members to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee at Hudson’s Market in Wild Dunes. The majority of contacts law enforcement has with the public happen during emergencies, …

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Aug 20

Seasons Of The South: Field Pea “Hummus”

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  By Marilyn Markel for Island Eye News Not exactly hummus, but turn field peas into an excellent Asian dip accompanied with delicious wonton chips and refreshing wine. The duck confit is optional, but makes the dish even more compelling. Join friends on the patio for and appetizer du jour. Ingredients • 2 cups peas, …

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