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National Parks Enjoy Record Visitor Numbers

It’s really starting to heat up as we inch closer to Memorial Day at the end of May (Monday, May 28, 2012, to be exact), which marks the unofficial start of summer. But even before the summer begins, something exciting has been happening here in the Charleston/Mount...

Sullivans Island Life in 2011

This 52-degree, overcast December morning on Sullivan’s Island has us thinking about the New Year that is fast approaching. It’s quiet here most of the time: every now and again, we get a celebrity visitor or two, there is the occasional hurricane threat, we have our...

Dogs on the Beach at Sullivan’s Island

Pet friendly Sullivan’s Island just got even more pet friendly, it’s winter season again on the beach, bringing with it 24/7 access for your dog, and 7 off leash hours. October 1st – April 30th Off Leash: 5:00am to Noon On Leash: Noon to 5:00am May 1st –...

Sullivan’s Island Sees Edgar Allan Poe Return

For anyone not aware of Edgar Allan Poe’s connection with South Carolina, reminders of his presence on Sullivan’s Island abound all over the small, barrier island town. There are Poe and Goldbug Avenues, a Raven Drive and a library and even a tavern with the author’s...

Poe’s Tavern A Local Restaurant Favorite

The Post and Courier published a story regarding a local favorite, Poe’s Tavern. The article discusses not only the restaurant’s name, theme, atmosphere but also their food–which I admit I’m a huge fan! By Jack Hunter, Special to The Post and...

Historic Charleston Landmark Turns 200

The famous fort once built to protect Charleston, SC recently had a birthday. The 200th anniversary of the official commissioning of Fort Moultrie was celebrated on Dec. 19 with a day of historical presentations as well as reenactments. Fort Moultrie is the name of a...
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