Thursday, January 15, 2009

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Back to life: Old books get a new life with Bibliolife, a local company that digitizes out-of-print materials
A company in downtown Charleston is changing the way culture in our society will be preserved. Digitization used to be an expensive process, only accessible to libraries and universities who could afford to cover the cost; it is an important process for depositories who hold valuable information that is irreplaceable. BiblioLife has given libraries, universities, special collections, archives, museums and nonprofits access to share their content with the world in a way that is financially sustainable and makes the information available for purchase.
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Saving Private Ryan('s 401k)

Let's be honest, things aren't looking so great right now. Unemployment rates are up. The Dow Jones is down. And somehow, Dr. Phil still has a talk show.
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Band blends varied, but complementary musical styles
Simplified's album, "Elephant Sky," may sound like your typical rock band of the new millennium, but there's color and insight in their creativity. The band's blend of acoustic, reggae and rock music is effortless, and far from simple.
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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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Oil painter opens exhibit at East Bay Meeting House
East Bay Meeting House, a quaint cafe and bar in the heart of Charleston's French Quarter, is hosting its first ever art show with an opening reception at 8 p.m. Friday. Come enjoy live music and meet local and celebrated oil painter, Jim Amella, whose works will be on display at the Meeting House through Jan. 31. This event is free and open to the public.
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Red Sky Grill - John's Island restaurant is a culinary delight
Opportunity knocked and Matt Bolus answered. The former sous chef at the Ocean Room at The Sanctuary realized many chefs' dream — a "stove" to call home. In the case of Bolus, the "stove" was the former Red Sky Grill at Seabrook Island's Village Center. With sweat equity and time, Bo...
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