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Apr 03 2012

Jazz Artists Of Charleston Week is April 9, through April 13, 2012

Provided by Erin Fornadel On April 9, Jazz Artists of Charleston will celebrate the 3rdAnnual Jazz Artists of Charleston Day as declared by Mayor Joe Riley in 2010. This momentous acknowledgment is celebrated around the country as National Jazz Day and is perfectly aligned with recognizing jazz in America during the month of April, Jazz …

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Mar 30 2012

A sweet little mystery of a plant

By Dr. John Nelson Not many things could be finer here in Carolina, or anywhere else, as far as wonderful fragrance. We are having a rather early spring it seems, and this is a plant that is already beginning to unfold its marvelous flowers, which can give off an amazingly sweet fragrance. A stand of …

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Mar 30 2012

How to Care for your Earth Element Pet: Part one of a series on Chinese medicine

By Ruth M. Roberts, DVM CVA CVH The earth animal is exemplified by the jolly Labrador who has an insatiable appetite, and who tends to be overweight as a result. earth animals are eager to please, loyal, obedient, and very sensitive to their human companions’ moods and stress levels. The earth animal loves to take …

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Mar 30 2012

Bohicket welcomes first floating town hall

By Kristin Hackler It was a little bit of a wait as the crew prepared for guests, but once aboard the Spirit of the Lowcountry, it was evident why State Senator Chip Campsen chose to use the stately 100 person capacity cruise ship for his and Congressman Tim Scott’s visit to their new districts this …

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Mar 29 2012

Warm Water Reds and Trout

By Captain Geoff Bennett   Wonderful sunny weather has continued day after day making for awesome fishing conditions. With all this warm weather, it’s no surprise that our fishery is 4-6 weeks ahead of schedule. The water is teeming with bait and even a few sharks are already cruising around. Expect April to be a …

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Mar 29 2012

Get dirty at the first annual Dirt Fair

Provided by Charleston Green Fair On Sunday, April 29, 2012, The Carolina Green Fair and Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission are hosting a unique agricultural experience at Mullet Hall, Johns Island, that will educate attendees on the cycle of local farming and the food we eat. During one of the many instructional sessions of …

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Mar 29 2012

Red Knots Return to Kiawah

Provided The pristine beaches of Kiawah Island are home to a wide variety of birds, including Piping and Wilson’s Plovers, Least Terns, Willets, Whimbrels, Marbled Godwits, Sanderlings, and many more. Kiawah’s beaches are also a major staging area for Red Knots in spring. This long-distance migrant shorebird passes through Kiawah Island in small numbers during …

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Mar 29 2012

Escape Planning

By Captain James T. Ghi Many people think that it would be easy to come up with an escape plan for their own home. After all, one usually isn’t more than a few steps away from a window or a door, an most people know their own home so well it would be hard to …

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Mar 28 2012

Third Annual Water Ball to Celebrate the Public’s Right to Clean Water

Provided In this town, there is no resource more coveted than our waterways. The Third Annual Water Ball will help celebrate our right to clean water and the wealth of local waterways. Scheduled for Thursday, April 5, local non-profit organization Charleston Waterkeeper will host a gala to raise awareness as well as crucial organizational funding. …

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Mar 28 2012

A green thumb’s dream market: Plantasia is Charleston Horticultural Society’s Premier Plant Sale!

Provided Plantasia is everything about plants. This Friday, April 13, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, April 14, from 8 a.m.- 2 p.m., Plantasia will once again be held at Wragg Square, 342 Meeting Street, in front of Second Presbyterian Church. Horticulturally-trained garden docents and volunteers will be available to help with plant selection and …

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