A recent viral video captured in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, exposed an alligator’s cannibalistic palate and left violent misconceptions about the reptile’s eating habits.Read More
With growing concerns of climate change affecting South Carolina’s coastline towns, the community of Edisto Beach is preparing for what’s to come.Read More
Meet Patrick Rutledge, the tea-sipping heavy metal artist whose latest project, PSYCHii, explores the brain.Read More
After streaming reached an all-time high during the height of the pandemic, many wonder if moviegoing habits have been changed forever and if the industry has done enough to accommodate the public’s evolving tastes.Read More
College students continue to visit Fort Lauderdale and Miami making their own spring break. Continuing to mandate social distancing.Read More
Erinn Rowe, the new CEO of Harvest Hope food bank, brings a new initiative for the organization to help end hunger in S.C.Read More
Vickie Eslinger, a S.C. attorney and a Columbia City of Women honoree, continues to advocate for women’s rights.Read More
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