Nov 14 2018

Lowcountry Senior Games Return

By Rebecca Steele for The Island Eye News Bishop Gadsden was very proud to host this year’s second annual Lowcountry Senior Games, a celebration of being anything but retired. The Lowcountry Senior Games were led this year by Bishop Gadsden’s Wellness Manager, Comfort Richardson. The event opened with a tunnel of BG’s finest welcoming in …

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Nov 13 2018

Hola Papi

By Mimi Wood, Island Eye News Staff Writer “I’ve been here since Day One and it’s AWESOME.” exclaims Eliza Turnage, Wando student, islander, and hostess extraordinaire. Turnage isn’t the only thing that’s extraordinary about Papi’s Taqueria, Isle of Palms newest Front Beach eatery. For starters, the food is muy bueno. As one would expect from …

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Nov 12 2018

Marina Fest A Success

By Mimi Wood for the Island Eye News  

Nov 12 2018

Fresh Future Farm Feeds Neighbors

By Diann Clark for The Island Eye News Friends gathered recently in support of Fresh Future Farm, whose shelves were depleted after last month’s double hurricane shut down. Established in late 2014, Fresh Future Farm sows healthy food to harvest community and independence. Located on Success St. in North Charleston, The Farm leverages unused city …

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Nov 09 2018

Sullivan’s Island Churches And The National Park Service To Commemorate The Armistice That Ended World War I

By Paula Ogden Muse for Island Eye News On Sunday, November 11, 2018 activities will be held on Sullivan’s Island to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the end of World War I. At the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice was signed in Compiegne, France to bring …

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Nov 08 2018

Pro Tips Courtesy Of The Charleston Angler

By Tyler Almond, The Island Eye News Fall brings three things to mind: Football, campfires, and fishing. As the water temperature continues to drop, inshore fish will gorge and try to pack on as many pounds as they can before the long winter. This feeding frenzy translates into awesome fishing. The next few weeks will …

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Nov 07 2018

Isle Of Palms City Council Meeting: Tuesday, October 23 2018

By Gregg Bragg, Island Eye News Staff Writer The gavel fell at the very tick of 6 p.m. for the Oct. 23, Isle of Palms City Council meeting. Council chambers were only half full of attendees in contrast to last month’s storm of participation. Mayor Jimmy Carroll welcomed everyone and quickly dispatched parliamentary obligations. There …

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Nov 07 2018

Veterans Day Affair

By Paula Ogden-Muse for The Island Eye News On Sunday, Nov. 11 activities will be held on Sullivan’s Island to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the end of World War I. At the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice was signed in Compiegne, France to bring an …

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Nov 03 2018

Letter To The Editor: Joe Cunningham For Congress

TO THE EDITOR: As we approach the election of our next Representative to the US Congress, it is important that the candidates understand the job for which they are applying. During her primary campaign, Ms. Arrington stated in a debate how she sees the role of our next Representative: “Our job is to support our …

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Nov 01 2018

Spicy Candied Walnuts

By Marilyn Markel for Island Eye News Just in time for fall these sweet and spicy morsels keep for weeks. Enjoy them on a cheese plate, tossed on green salad or even as a garnish for sweet potatoes or pumpkin pie! Ingredients:  1 lb whole walnuts 1 – 1 1/2 pack habanero sugar (about 1/4 …

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