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Rick Dunbar
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Summerville theater worth a night out--pictures and post.

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"No Sex Please--We're British" Equals "Yes Please, Go See It"
With a stiff upper lip and all that, according to a 2014 questionnaire conducted by the British Council, British people are most recognized for their good manners, sense of humor, love of alcohol, pride in their country and unappetizing cuisine. And when it...

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Fascinating Charleston history--pictures and post.

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A Famous Early Charleston Tavern--Gone But Not Forgotten
You can bet your shrimp and grits, there is no mistaking where this famous Charleston casualty of the wrecking ball once upon a time stood. Its striking replacement, the South State Bank of Charleston, has plaques plastered all along its Church Street side ...

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Enjoy interesting Charleston history--pictures and post.

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Charleston's Pirate House--A Place Where The Reality Morphed Into The Legend
Charleston's antiquity runs as deep as its harbor waters and its tales are as tall as the steeple of St. Phillips on Church Street. As one of the oldest cities in America, it is a place where reality and legend walk the same streets declaring a timeless sto...

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Famous Charleston history--pictures and post.

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The Morris Island Lighthouse--The Shifting Sands Upon Which It Was Built
Like the ocean tides, history has flowed in and out of Charleston Harbor since its inception. An inlet formed by the confluence of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers and a maze of wild-life-rich barrier islands, it was the perfect location to start a colony and e...

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Charleston event: This is a must see for the young and not so young.

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Two Famous Ships Will Be Visiting Charleston Starting April 28th--One Of Them Inspired A Unique Restaurant
"In nineteen hundred ten plus two, Bernstein opened San Francisco's Fish Grotto." I admittedly confess this intended poetic verse is not an exact rhyme, but for a rationale about to be revealed, it will suffice. Now, as to the anomalous opening and its rele...
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