Thursday, November 27, 2008

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Lowcountry thrift stores offer hidden gems, hard-to-find items at unbelievable low prices
'Black Friday" is traditionally the biggest shopping day of the year, and is also one of the biggest strains on the wallet. While many prepare to spend extra each Christmas, no amount of planning could have changed the reality of a downward turning economy.
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Home is where the heart is

At first glance, Kevyns Luthy looks like your average teenager. He likes playing outside, hanging with friends and avoiding homework. He's shy, but funny. Quiet, but engaging. Polite, but sarcastic. However, under his brown leather jacket are signs that he's anything but average. His chest shows the scars of eight surgeries he's had over the past 16 years to fix his heart.
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Event, in its 39th year, features 21 bands performing in Myrtle Beach
What is the difference between a violin and a fiddle? You can find the answer at the 39th annual South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival, beginning today at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. Hundreds of people there will be able to tell you that there is no difference, but bluegrass band...
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Film based on Nicholas Sparks book drawing attention in Charleston

Adapted by screenwriter Jamie Linden ("We Are Marshall") from the novel by Nicholas Sparks, the feature film "Dear John" is approximately midway through its 10-week shoot in the Charleston and Harleyville areas, with additional location filming having taken place on Edisto Island.

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The Village Playhouse goes glam for gala
On Dec. 3, The Village Playhouse and Repertory Theatre celebrates its eighth year as the only professional theatre arts organization East of the Cooper when it presents "The Glamorous Life ... An Evening at the Tides" from 7-9:30 p.m. at the Tides condos at the foot of the Cooper River Bridge in Mount Pleasant. Tickets are $50 per person.
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When it comes to a Southern menu, this place can charm the palate
In early spring, Frank Lee, executive chef of Slightly North of Broad and the vice president of Culinary Development for Maverick Southern Kitchens, was dispatched to the Old Village Post House in Mount Pleasant.
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