ANTIQUES & ARTISANS VILLAGE, 619 Old Trolley Rd., Summerville, 843-900-5386. Dec. 7, 9, 10, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Dec. 8, 12-6 p.m., Gingerbread Creation Contest BUMMERVILLE AMPHITHEATRE, behind Guerin’s Pharmacy, Dec. 8, noon to 5 p.m. CASTILLO’S RISTORANTE, 975 Bacons Bridge Road, Summerv…
You may recall that “Art Central” left its Short Central location in July when an opportunity came to move to a more spacious venue. The business is now at 420 Nexton Square Dr. in Summerville with a Grand Opening/Ribbon cutting set for 11 a.m. on Dec. 7. I dropped by the day before Thanksgi…
Tomorrow, as we gnaw on dry turkey and argue about cranberry sauce (if it doesn’t slide whole from the can, it’s not the real deal), let’s remember all we have to be thankful for.
About 30 local writers converged upon Flowertown Players on Saturday, November 23 for a writer’s conference by the Pat Conroy Literary Center (of Beaufort).
Fidget is a 9-month-old male Dalmatian mix who likes to fidget but only because he’s so excited when he comes across new people and new places. He loves to wiggle his body to show you how much he likes you and wants to become best friends. Though he can be a bit hyper at times, keep in mind …
The ARK of SC is pleased to announce being the recipient of $300 from The Summerville Elks Lodge 2719. The ARK was awarded these funds to support their caregiver gathering in honor of National Family Caregiver month.
On Old Highway 52 in Moncks Corner, stands an unassuming red-brick building bearing a sign with the name Berkeley Citizens Inc.
The holiday season is meant for spending time with your friends and family, including those of the four-legged variety. Whether you have a dog, cat, fish or other small pet, Christmas can serve as the perfect time to show your affection by showering him or her with thoughtful gifts.
Students from Charleston Southern University set a record on November 14th by packing 5115 shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child, the most by any other college or university in the nation.
Students at Alston Middle School held a canned food drive for the Lowcountry Food Bank throughout the month of November.
I think I met Dan Riley at the Second Saturday Porch Jam over at the Knightsville General Store and Coffee House which he hosts. Dan has written more than 100 original songs since he was a teen — wow.
Representatives from the Leadership Dorchester class of 2019 spoke to the Dorchester District 2 School Board meeting on Nov. 18 about their class project. The project is the S.T.E.A.M. Lab at Summerville Elementary School.
With November as National Adoption Awareness Month, a Summerville novelist’s adoption story is ready for Hollywood to make her incredible narrative into a feature length film, made-for-T.V. movie or documentary.
For 69 years the family of Cpl. Jackey Dale Blosser did not know his fate when he was reported missing in action on Dec. 2, 1950 after the battle of the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea.
The Dorchester County Archives & History Center and the Summerville-Dorchester Museum will present Howard Burnham, noted English writer and performer of literary and historical dramatic monologues, in a moving portrayal of Lord Cornwallis in full costume.
Gracie is a 6-year-old domestic shorthair, a gorgeous grey girl always full of grace. She is 6 years old and dreams of finding a loving home for the holidays and the many days there after. Gracie is very loving and adores gentle scratches behind her ears.
I stopped by the Summerville Farmer’s Market on Oct. 26 as it had been some time since I had done so. There I met Nate Parr at his own arts table. I immediately got a real kick out of the expressive wooden carved characters lined up on his table. His talent is readily apparent and so I thoug…
CHARLESTON SPORTS PUB, 9730 Dorchester Road, Summerville, 843-900-0393. Nov. 15, 9 p.m. to midnight, David Grunstra. COASTAL COFFEE ROASTERS, 108 E. 3rd No. St., Summerville, 843-376-4559. Nov. 14, 6-9 p.m., Open Mic. Nov. 15, 7-9 p.m., Eldritch Root. Nov.16, 7-9 p.m., Cat Strickland. CUPPA …
Over the past four fiscal years, the state Attorney General’s Office settled 33 civil cases against various companies for a total of nearly $210 million, though agency records show that the proceeds typically didn’t go directly to affected South Carolina consumers.
One hundred one years ago, a man who started out as a conscientious objector to World War I became that conflict’s greatest American hero when he and just a few other soldiers captured 132 German prisoners.
Brave is a 6-month-old female hound mix who loves being around people and giving lots of hugs and slobbery doggy kisses. She also enjoys that yummy wet food when you mix it with her dry food.
Jim and I made hundreds of car trips during our 62 years of marriage. We usually had four kids and at least one dog with us. His two least favorite four-letter words were “rest stop.”
As Veterans Day is upon us, I wanted to profile author Terri Barnes, whom I had met soon after moving to Summerville. She is married to an Air Force veteran and wrote the “Spouse Calls” column for Stars and Stripes, the only daily newspaper for military members and families serving around th…
If we take a close look at the words and themes of praise and worship music, we will discover they are very much the same throughout the centuries and are just recycled with new sounds with different rhythms and instruments.
Summerville is actually home to a clutch or more of ghost stories. But perhaps no one thing has made a bigger bump locally than The Light Road. It’s scary enough for repeating tomorrow.