Orangeburg, S.C. – The Coca-Cola Foundation — the global philanthropic arm of The Coca-Cola Company — awarded $26 million in grants to 85 community organizations during the first quarter, and SC State University was one of those organizations. SC State University has received the $50,000, Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship, which
Caseline Jenkins is an Awendaw native who grew up loving fashion and design. A self-taught artist, she pulled out a sewing machine and made her first dress at a friend’s pleading. From the simple design of yellow bridesmaid dresses came the inspiration to make custom beaded wedding gowns and accessories.
On the night of April 4, 1938, Clara Smart of Bo Peep Crossroads, in Hampton County, S.C., gave birth to twins – a boy and a girl. The midwife emerged from the birthing room to inform the father, Frank Smart, and the maternal grandmother, Sula Ritter, of the condition of the
In Charleston, we know there is a gap and it may make you feel limited, and you may even find yourself going bananas in this republic, but we have a little Victorian secret for you: Between Church and State streets, you will find Utopia, where you will not be “malled” over.
His career has taken him around the globe, but regardless of how much fame and success Darius Rucker attains, his heart remains in his hometown of Charleston, S.C.
Although blade smithing is an ancient craft practiced for thousands of years in China, India, Germany, Korea and the Middle East, it is refreshing to know that a local African-American is perfecting the art. Quintin Middleton, a 26-year-old craftsman, has been producing knives since 2003, displaying his exceptional artistry and talent
26 Industries, which began as a college student’s idea to earn a little extra money, has become not only one of the premier event planners in Charleston but also a catalyst for raising funds for a wide range of local charities.