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Racing Against the Moon: Nature and the Eclipse

Let’s assume Lowcountry wildlife did not get the memo about the moon eclipsing the sun on August 21. History has shown that wildlife will automatically assume evening has come prematurely and their behavior will be dictated by the waning sunlight. Song birds will stop singing and owls will begin to hoot. Wading birds will head… Read More…

Ruffing It: A Tail-Wagging Good Time

Pool-loving pooches, dock dogs and canines who prefer cooling off in sprinklers can rejoice—the dog days of summer are here. Vacations are planned, the beach is beckoning and your furry friends want to have just as much fun as you. Show them just how much you care during this season of sunshine. Protect Your Pooch… Read More…

In the Shadow of History

The Great American Eclipse of 2017 is one for the history books. It’s been 38 years since the last total eclipse of the sun passed through the Continental United States. The last total solar eclipse to pass from one coast of the U.S. to the other occurred nearly a century ago in 1918. On August… Read More…

Heyward House Restoration & Celebration

On July 30, the 146-year-old Heyward House Historic Center celebrated its recent “facelift” with a Ribbon Cutting Party. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the restorations at John James Cole’s former summer home, here are some of the reconstructed projects in process. Feel free to stop by and see the updates for yourself. Photos… Read More…

Saved By The Bell: A Back-To-School Community Guide

Whether entering preschool or heading off to an institute of higher education, the arrival of August signals back-to-school season in the Lowcountry! Gear up for a great new year with this handy guide to local schools, special events and sales to help ease the transition from the lazy, hazy days of summer to reading, writing… Read More…