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Nathan paints relentlessly
Nathan paints relentlessly Local artist on the rise prepares for show, discusses creative process 'Welcome to the last six months of my life," says Nathan Durfee as I walk into his studio/apartment.
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It's all about the race

This is the last one. I promise. For the past couple of months, I have beat my readers over the head with talk about training for a half-marathon. Well, guess what kids? I'm done. That's right, I ran it with my wife last weekend. We finished in 2 hours and 12 minutes. I consider this a triumphant success based on the following: She's still speaking to me.
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Hilton Head Island native Duncan Sheik is performing at the Sottile Theatre tomorrow night.
S.C. native returns to perform songs from musical, new album The year was 1997, and it was a golden year to be a teenage girl. "Titanic" dominated the box office. Nicholas Spark's "The Notebook" was America's literature of choice.
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Herzog documentary finds charm at bottom of world

No penguins, vowed Werner Herzog. No fluffy waddling munchkins. No anthropomorphizing, and no sentimental slop in his documentary, "Encounters at the End of the World." The National Science Foundation and the Discovery Channel may have paid the famously dour filmmaker to venture to McMurdo Station, a community of 1,100 somewhat eccentric scientists and researchers in Antarctica, but no one was going to tell him what to film at the bottom of the world when he got there.
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Nathan paints relentlessly
Nathan paints relentlessly Local artist on the rise prepares for show, discusses creative process 'Welcome to the last six months of my life," says Nathan Durfee as I walk into his studio/apartment.
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The Lettered Olive
The Lettered Olive, a restaurant that takes its name from the state shell of South Carolina, sports a decor mix of industrial and natural materials. The overall effect is a warm, comfortable setting and a pleasant outdoor dining area.
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