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Seabrook Island Artist Guild To Add Splash Of Color To Black Friday

By Seabrook Island Artist Guild for The Island Eye News The Black Friday event has been one of the biggest shows of the year for the many talented and prized artists of the Seabrook Island Artist Guild. Expect to see oil paintings, watercolors and pastels of seascapes, landscapes, wildlife and more. This event promises to …

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Sights And Screams From Isle Of Palms Halloween Golf Cart Parade And Carnival

Staff Report for Island Eye News A spooktacular celebration unraveled last weekend with Isle of Palms’ annual Halloween Golf Cart Parade & Carnival on Saturday, Oct. 30. The festivity included a drive-thru haunted house, inflatables, food vendors and trick-or-treat bags for all ages. The parade lined up on 27th Avenue at 3:30 p.m. and kicked …

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Seabrook Island Sea Turtle Strandings On The Rise

By Joshua Shilko for Island Eye News Each year, Seabrook Island plays host to nesting loggerhead sea turtles. Residents and visitors alike welcome the site of nests on the beach and relish the occasional chance to get a glimpse of this threatened species. However, a less desirable visit from our sea turtle friends seems to …

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Isle Of Palms Coyote Sightings On A Decline Since 2020

By Ryan Warren for The Island Eye News Coyote sightings on the island have gone down from last year. In 2020, we had around 250 sightings. This year in 2021, we have had a total of 137 sightings to date. Even though it is becoming colder, coyotes do not hibernate like other mammals so they …

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Alzheimer’s, Dementia Care Program Returns To Johns Island

By Sara Perry for The Island Eye News Caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia once again have the opportunity for respite while their loved ones take part in social activities Johns Island.  On Nov. 4, Respite Care Charleston (RCC) resumed its half-day social program for individuals with memory loss and cognitive …

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Growth Is Good, Unbridled Growth Is A Disaster

Wow, here I am writing my next to last mayor’s message. I would like to say that time has flown by, but over the last two years, it’s been pretty slow, and thanks to social media, added to the issues posed by the unbridled growth around the tri-counties to both the SCDOT and its committee …

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24th Annual Symphony Tour Of Homes On Kiawah Island Set For November 13

By Charleston Symphony Orchestra League for The Island Eye News The Symphony Tour of Homes on Kiawah Island, now in its 24th year, will be held on Saturday, Nov. 13. The self-guided tour includes a combination of newly constructed homes as well as older homes that have had major renovations. Among the musicians performing at …

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Sullivan’s Island Town Council May Change Public Comment Etiquette

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News Sullivan’s Island’s governing body apparently will consider establishing guidelines concerning when and how citizens will be able to voice their opinions at town council meetings. Council members directed the Administration Committee, chaired by Justin Novak, to come up with recommendations during their regularly scheduled Oct. 26 meeting, …

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Local Climate Change Nonprofit To Host Presentation

By Charleston Climate Coalition for The Island Eye News The Charleston Climate Coalition will host “Surge Sessions: Dispatches on the Climate Crisis” from 7-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at The American Theatre, located at 446 King Street in Charleston. Those who attend are asked to give a $10 donation. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. …

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Phillip Pounds Is Isle Of Palm’s New Mayor

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News Phillip Pounds barely escaped the necessity for a runoff election and will serve as the next mayor of Isle of Palms. The Charleston County Board of Elections & Voter Registration reviewed 17 provisional ballots Nov. 4 – two days after an election that also produced four new …

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