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Feb 21 2012

Mullets on the Run: Five- and ten-mile Mullet Haul race returns

Provided by Charleston County Parks and Recreation Whether artificial or authentic, if you are a fan of or boast your own “mullet” hairstyle, mark your calendar for March 10 ! Dubbed the Mullet Haul, this second annual trail run encourages runners to sport either real or imitation mullets during the race, which is held at …

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Feb 17 2012

Get Wild at Grapes Gone Wild! this Saturday, Feb. 18 at Irvin~House Vineyards

During the weekend of February 17-19, the Lowcountry will be going wild for wildlife. We invite the public to enjoy the wildlife and the libations at Irvin~House Vineyards for Grapes Gone Wild! on Saturday, February 18 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the vineyard. Admission is free but patrons are encouraged to bring their …

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Feb 17 2012

Enjoy the Gibbes for free on Saturday, February 25

By Marla Loftus The Gibbes Museum of Art announces an “Artistic Expression” themed Community Day on Saturday, February 25, with complimentary admission and free activities from 10 a.m. – 1p.m.  Families can enjoy the exhibitions on view, hands-on art activities, and face painting throughout the morning. Special performances include the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Quintet’s presentation …

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Feb 16 2012

Save Legare Farms dinner at McCrady’s

Provided   This Wednesday, February 22, enjoy a truly amazing meal from several of the best restaurants in Charleston, including Husk, Wild Olive, EVO, Butcher and Bee, Charleston Grill, FIG, SNOB, Trattoria Lucca, and the Grocery. All proceeds will go to the Save Legare Farms foundation. Tickets are $40 in advance and $50 at the …

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Feb 15 2012

Going Green in the Lowcountry

By Jacqueline McCormick  Recycling, eco-friendly shopping bags, hybrid cars, sustainable resources and other tricks to  help you “go green” got a major boost on Wednesday, February 8th in Charleston when the Carolina Green Fair hosted an environmentally-aware event.  As a recent transplant to Charleston, I have been impressed with the availability of ways to stay …

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Feb 15 2012

Otranto Book Sale

Provided The Charleston Friends of the Library are proud to present their first book sale of the year at the Otranto Regional Branch of the Charleston County Libraries. With great bargains, good books and a chance to support your library system, all are in invited. The Charleston Friends of the Library, a non-profit volunteer organization, …

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Feb 15 2012

Shakespeare and SEWE Share the Stage

Provided   Holy City Shakespeare Theatre Company will present its “homegrown” version of the comedy Much Ado About Nothing. The production will coincide with South Carolina’s largest annual event and the largest event of its kind in the nation: the Southeastern Wildlife Festival (SEWE). An estimated 40,000 residents and visitors are expected to attend the …

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Feb 15 2012

Explore the World of International Investments

Provided by Dimi Matouchev   You’re probably accustomed to measuring the progress of your investments, and the overall condition of the investment world, by checking on indexes such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500. And since these types of benchmarks focus almost exclusively on American companies, you might get the idea …

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Feb 15 2012

Buying that upgrade (and winning!)

By Bob Hooper Welcome to another Computer Corner column, I aim to provide helpful information for your computer ailments from meltdowns to simple one-button questions. One of the most pressing questions about upgrading that “old” computer is how to get the best deal. A common complaint associated with wheeling and dealing is “I just bought …

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Feb 15 2012

Black skimmer

By Sarah Harper Diaz The Black Skimmer is a very distinctive looking shorebird in the same order as gulls, terns, sandpipers, and plovers. There are only three species in the skimmer family and this is the only species found in North and South America. The skimmer is named for its foraging technique: It skims the …

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