Tag: Jonathan

Sep 04 2018

Flying High

By Mimi Wood, The Island Eye News Staff Writer Photos by Laura Togami Two years of pole vaulting; fourth in the nation in his age group. Not bad for Jonathan Togami, third-generation Sullivan’s Islander. Not bad at all, except Hannah, his little sister, can one-up him. She can’t quite beat his personal best of 14’ …

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Nov 18 2017

Correction

Throughout the Oct. 27 edition of the Island Eye News, Volume 13, Issue 14, we incorrectly spelled candidate for IOP Council Jonathan Gandolfo’s name and incumbent candidate for IOP Council Barbara Bergwerf’s name. Our sincerest apologies to both candidates.

Oct 24 2017

Isle Of Palms Candidates

By Katy Calloway, The Island Eye News Editor The Island Eye News reached out to the eleven candidates for City Council and asked them six questions compiled by our editorial staff. Their unedited answers to the final three questions are reprinted below in their entirety. The first set of questions was printed in the Oct. …

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Sep 05 2017

Crowded Field In Isle Of Palms City Council Elections

Staff Report for Island Eye News Twelve candidates have announced their intention to run for one of four seats on Isle of Palms’ City Council this November. There will also be a contested mayoral election with current council member Jimmy Carroll running against Mayor Dick Cronin. Council members Marty Bettelli and Sandy Ferencz have decided …

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Mar 29 2017

Home Team BBQ Welcomes New Chef

By Angel Postell for Island Eye News Chief Operating Partner, Aaron Siegel, has announced the addition of Chef Jonathan Banta as Home Team BBQ’s new Director of Culinary Operations. After earning a culinary degree from Johnson and Wales University, Jonathan began to build his culinary and management experience at Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona, and …

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May 23 2016

Costume Change

By Carol Antman for Island Eye News Jonathan Green says that costume designer Annie Simon understands his vision for “Porgy and Bess” “in a glorifying way.” But it took awhile. After all, the internationally acclaimed Lowcountry artist is using the opera to change a paradigm that has plagued the African American community incessantly. When Spoleto …

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Dec 18 2015

Local Collaboration Brings Holiday Tradition Back To Sottile Stage

By Jonathan Tabbert for Island Eye News The collaborative ballet company, Ballet Evolution, presents Charleston’s holiday classic “The Little Match Girl,” an original ballet with choreography by Jonathan Tabbert and original score by Laura Ball. Ballet Evolution highlights the future of the art form as gifted young the artists of the Charleston Youth Ballet bring …

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Sep 16 2015

Raising Their Hands For Service

By Ruth Thornburg for Island Eye News Once again, at the summer Installation of Officers ceremony, newly elected Isle of Palms Exchange Club officers and board members raised their hands for service to the Club, the community, and the children of the Lowcountry. Dimi Matouchev, an investment advisor for Edward Jones Advisors, is serving as …

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Sep 03 2014

Raise Your Hand For Service

  By Ruth Thornburg for Island Eye News Recently elected Isle of Palms Exchange Club officers and board members raised their hands for service to the community, at the July 24, 2014, Installation of Officers ceremony. Pamela Marsh, a physical therapist working in rehabilitation medicine, will serve as President of the Club. A long-time resident …

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Aug 26 2013

IOP Chef Wins with Wine

Special to the Island Eye News   Chef Ken Vedrinski is having a banner year and it is only August. Accolades have been strong for the recent opening of his oceanfront restaurant, Coda del Pesce on the Isle of Palms. This includes the recent announcement that Vedrinski has been named one of Wine Spectator magazine’s …

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