Community Mourns Loss  of Avondale Matriarch

Community Mourns Loss of Avondale Matriarch

The passing of beloved Voodoo manager Caroline Smith-Adams leaves a giant hole in heart of West Ashley’s restaurant and dance communities by Lorne Chambers | Editor Artwork by John Pundt  Last month Charleston’s food & beverage scene, the local dance community,...

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(Staying) Home For The Holidays

(Staying) Home For The Holidays

As coronavirus ruins holiday traditions, some local experts offer safe ways to celebrate by Jenny Peterson | Contributing Writer It’s been said over and over — the holidays will look a little different this year. At least, that’s what healthcare professionals and the...

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Have a Heart  … and a Kidney

Have a Heart … and a Kidney

St. Andrew’s Parks & Playground executive director Kevin Walsh gets a new heart but faces new challenges, financially and physically by Bill Davis | News Editor Tis the season to be thankful, almost merry in Kevin Walsh’s house, after he finally got a new heart in...

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A Silver Anniversary

A Silver Anniversary

Mayor Tecklenburg presents local Home Care Company with City Council Proclamation in recognition of 25 years of service from Staff Reports Mayor John Tecklenburg recently presented Mary Peters, owner and founder of Care For Life in West Ashley with a City Council...

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Flashbacks of  Holidays Past

Flashbacks of Holidays Past

Everybody loves a parade, especially a Christmas Parade. A 1959 article from The Charleston Evening Post announced a Santa Claus parade sponsored by the newly opened St. Andrew’s Center. Santa would ride on St. Andrew’s Parish’s newest fire engine from the St....

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(V) Is For Victory

(V) Is For Victory

For its final installment, Vegging Out settles into local favorite The Glass Onion What a strange and tumultuous year 2020 has proven to be. When I began writing the first installment of Vegging Out in January, I could not have predicted the trajectory this year would...

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Community Mourns Loss  of Avondale Matriarch

Community Mourns Loss of Avondale Matriarch

The passing of beloved Voodoo manager Caroline Smith-Adams leaves a giant hole in heart of West Ashley’s restaurant and dance communities by Lorne Chambers | Editor Artwork by John Pundt  Last month Charleston’s food & beverage scene, the local dance community,...

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MVPs of the Pandemic

MVPs of the Pandemic

Members of the West Ashley community are going above the call of duty to help us get through uncertain times by Bill Davis | News Editor Some workers in West Ashley have proven themselves beyond “essential” by making our lives better, saner, and a bit like they used...

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Hats Off to the Class of 2020

Hats Off to the Class of 2020

In the most unconventional year in West Ashley High’s history, 338 seniors graduate in memorable fashion from Staff Reports It started like any other year at West Ashley High School. Planning for the student’s return in July. Schedule Pick-up in August. Semester One...

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Sharing Some Science

Sharing Some Science

Unlikely partners come together to document, share how MUSC Health developed COVID-19 specimen collection site by Leslie Cantu | Special to West Of UnBound In medicine and emergency operations alike, experienced practitioners pass down knowledge in a way that expands...

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Supporting Art in the Age of COVID

Supporting Art in the Age of COVID

Local arts champion Susan Irish helps get Artist Support Pledge kicked off in the Carolinas, raises money for local artists by Lorne Chambers | Editor The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted every corner of our society in some way or the other over the last several...

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