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May 17 2020

FUNd-Raising

By Brian Sherman, The Island Eye News Editor It takes innovation and imagination to make life a little more interesting when most businesses are closed, your recreational opportunities are severely limited and you’re being asked by elected officials and public health professionals to remain 6 feet away from strangers, friends and even family members. Whitley …

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May 16 2020

Message From The Mayor: May 2020

Dear Island Neighbors, Sheesh, what a month! And not just for us, but for all the Charleston area, the state, the nation and the world. None of us will forget what this has been like: weird, frightening, painful, exhausting, wrenchingly sad, unsettling. Everyone will have their own set of personal reactions and memories of the …

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May 16 2020

A Vicious Attack

By Brian Sherman, The Island Eye News Managing Editor An Isle of Palms resident is determined to do whatever is necessary to prevent another person, especially a child, from the fate she suffered on the beach April 27. Rebecca Kovalich, who runs along the shore just about every day, was viciously attacked by two large …

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May 16 2020

Health Care Heroes

Photo by Kevin Boyd For three consecutive Tuesday nights, April 21, April 28 and May 5, the first responders of the tri-county area showed their support for MUSC’s health care heroes with health care appreciation nights in downtown Charleston. They were lined up on the Ashley Avenue crosswalk across from the Storm Eye Institute, across …

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May 16 2020

Spreading The Love

By Meghan Hansen for The Island Eye News Island Brands has announced the launch of its Spread the Love Relief Fund to help financially support food and beverage industry employees during the COVID-19 crisis. Island Brands, which distributes its beer throughout the Southeast, has designed an exclusive line of Spread The Love merchandise. All profits …

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May 16 2020

Do Your Research

By Seena Gressin for The Island Eye News A business opportunity that promises you can work from home, earn lots of money and enjoy a lavish lifestyle? Sounds tempting, particularly now, when so many people are out of work because of the coronavirus pandemic. But letters the Federal Trade Commission sent recently to 10 multilevel …

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May 15 2020

David Quick Seeks District 112 House Seat

By David Quick for The Island Eye News A familiar face in East Cooper is seeking to represent the community in Columbia. David Quick is running for the South Carolina House of Representatives, District 112. Quick retired as a writer and photographer for The Post and Courier after 30 years of service and has lived …

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May 15 2020

For Kids Without Classrooms

By Kimberly Keelor for The Island Eye News The Citadel is sharing the joy of reading with kids who can’t be in their classrooms through a new web resource for teachers and parents and the children they are educating and entertaining while schools are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Story Time with The Citadel …

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May 15 2020

Some Common Computing Terms

By Bob Hooper for Island Eye News One thing that always seems to bother people about computer talk is all the slang that is used. Here are some common words or phrases and what they mean. Let start with parts of a laptop or desktop:   CPU – central processor unit • This is the …

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May 15 2020

Connecting With Nature

By Carey B. Sullivan for The Island Eye News COVID-19 has been a scary time, one that we hope will be soon behind us, with lessons learned to prevent a future recurrence. There have been many horrific aspects of this pandemic, but, as a person who prefers to look for the positive in life, I …

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