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Sep 14 2018

Unforgettable By Design

By Carol Antman for The Island Eye News “You want to go WHERE?” my two sisters and I asked our mother when she suggested another girl’s trip. “You could choose anywhere. Paris is nice this time of year! Why Columbus, Indiana??” “But it’s been my dream to go there,” she insisted. Truly we’d follow her …

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Sep 12 2018

Democrat Joe Cunningham Gains Local Support

By Gregg Bragg, Island Eye News Sr. Staff Writer Joe Cunningham is on the ballot for South Carolina’s first congressional district (SC-1). He says; “We need common sense, not chaos. We have to put people over politics, and country before party.” Cunningham prefers making himself available in person, and has been busy with “Meet & …

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Sep 04 2018

Empowering Women After Abuse

By Gregg Bragg,  Island Eye News Sr. Staff Writer The third annual Hope Walk is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 15 and will kick off at 8 a.m. on the Charleston side of the Ravenel Bridge (look for the tents and banners). Victims of domestic violence will march in cathartic unity, empowering each other and the …

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Sep 03 2018

Ending Summer Season

By Geoff Bennett for The Island Eye News Fall is the best time to fish in Charleston as cooling water temperatures let fish know that they better eat heartily because food will begin to disappear shortly. There is still time to catch summer seasonal species like shark, Spanish mackerel and ladyfish. However, by mid-September they …

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Aug 31 2018

Beachfront Management Reform Put Into Action

By Mimi Wood, The Island Eye News Staff Writer Literally, a line in the sand. Actually two lines; jurisdictional lines, designed to preserve the beach and dune systems, while still maintaining land rights for coastal property owners. That’s the crux of the Beachfront Management Reform Act, signed into law by Governor Henry McMaster under a …

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Aug 20 2018

Dessert Crepes

By Marilyn Markel for The Island Eye News Dessert crepes are perfect to have on hand for summer desserts. You can make a batch and refrigerate the cooked crepes for several days or for several months in the freezer. If freezing freeze wrapped in smaller amounts such as 4 crepes on a wrapped package so …

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Aug 10 2018

Leonard Goldberg Releases Second Novel In Series

By Marci Shore for The Island Eye News  The game is afoot once again for Joanna Blalock, the daughter of Sherlock Holmes, in A Study in Treason. The book is the second in the series by Sullivan’s Island’ s own, USA Today best-selling author, Leonard Goldberg. Goldberg is a native of Charleston, who spent summers …

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Aug 08 2018

Major League Lacrosse Comes To Charleston

By Kelly Ryan for The Island Eye News  For the first time in league history the Major League Lacrosse Championship will be played in the state of South Carolina. It will be the event of the season for young people, locals, families and sports enthusiasts to witness the highest level of professional lacrosse. Lacrosse may …

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Aug 03 2018

Fishery In Full Swing

By Geoff Bennett for The Island Eye News Our fishery is in full swing with lots of bait and an incredibly diverse mixture of fish to target. During August, it will be key to get out early to beat the heat. You’ll not only be more comfortable fishing in the morning but also more productive. …

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Jul 20 2018

Strange But True Facts About Sea Turtles

By Mary Pringle for The Island Eye News Photos by Barb Bergwerf Hot chicks and cool dudes. The sex of sea turtles is determined by the temperature in the middle third of the incubation time under the sand. The pivotal temperature for loggerheads is about 84 degrees Fahrenheit – above this for females and below …

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