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February 2018





Featured Articles

Walk This Way: The Influence of African Americans in Popular Music

  By Jevon Daly The influence of African Americans in popular music has had a huge impact on all of our lives. As part of Black History Month, I will delve into what kind of impression black singers, songwriters and entertainers have had on me. I’m sure a lot of you out there have experienced… Read More…

For the Love of God…and the Environment

By Amber Hester Kuehn, owner of Spartina Marine Education Charters My mom says she never would have guessed I would grow up to love the water. I used to scream at the top of my lungs during baths, and the kiddie pool in the backyard was not an option. But she was wrong, of course—that… Read More…

To Bluffton, With Love

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we celebrate three Bluffton couples, taking a closer look at how they fell in love, what strengthens their bond and ways they keep their romance stoked. Galen + Gina Miller After all these years, a sly glance from Galen still gives Gina a thrill. Married since 2002 and dating since… Read More…

“To the Corners of My Mind”: Memories of a Bluffton Childhood

We all reach an age where we try so hard to remember and become desperate not to forget; details lost in a sea of memory washed out by distractions and life changes. Voices and minds that could have verified truth long gone, taking with them facts and light, leaving the remains slightly darkened and dampened… Read More…

The Lowcountry Oyster Trail Comes to Bluffton

By Allison Hersh Bluffton’s iconic mollusks take center stage as part of this new culinary heritage experience. “May River oysters are close to perfection!” – Pat Conroy, author of “Price of Tides”, “Beach Music” and “The Water Is Wide” The new Lowcountry Oyster Trail is an experiential tourism, economic development and environmental conservation initiative celebrating the… Read More…