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Civil Rights Group 'Friendship Nine' to be Cleared of Criminal Charges

Black civil rights protesters who helped reinvigorate the 1960s U.S. sit-in movement against segregated lunch counters will appear in a South Carolina court on Wednesday to be celebrated instead of criminalized for standing up to racial injustice. 257 more words


Confederate Cannonballs, Cartridges and More Found in River

Researchers are trying to figure out the best way to get War for Southern Independence munitions out of the Congaree River in South Carolina. Historians have used sonar and metal detection to get an idea of where cannonballs, cartridges and knapsacks were dumped near the Gervais Street bridge in downtown Columbia. 378 more words

In SC's Low Country, Recalling Hurricanes As India and Other Countries Face Devastation. America's Experience Isn't Comparable

Originally published on December 28, 2004 on my old blog.

Coincidentally, my family and I were taking a nostalgic drive down SC’s Grand Strand when we first heard the news of the horrifying tsunamis in the Indian Ocean. 600 more words

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Sugar Bakeshop

Shuga shuga how ya get so fly?! These cupcakes, sweets and treats are the perfect cherry on top of anyone’s day. (Mostly the cupcakes). This adorable bake shop offers a variety of flavored cupcakes, cookies, brownies and tarts. 109 more words


Neighborhood Beauty

I have been busy organizing another 200 photos today. This batch was taken over the summer on a trip to Hilton Head, SC. These were specifically taken in Bluffton on Calhoun St., which is a beautiful tree-lined street with quaint houses full of shopping bliss. 29 more words

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