Columbia
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Posted by r.schwartz
Columbia: Memories of a City takes a look back at Columbia’s history over the last two centuries. This Throwback Thursday piece looks at an important part of that history, from the state’s eagerness to secede to Columbia’s rebirth after Sherman burned the city to the ground. Produced in 2003 + continue reading
classroom
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Posted by r.schwartz
A few weeks ago, Mike Switzer, host of ETV Radio show South Carolina Business Review, spoke with guest and Education Oversight Committee member John Warner on the EOC’s recommendation to require biology students to construct scientific arguments that both support and discredit evolution. Warner... + continue reading
Boeing
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Posted by a.crouch
Boeing just announced that the 787-10 Dreamliner will be built exclusively at the Boeing plant in North Charleston. The 787-10 is the newest and longest in the Dreamliner family. It will bring more space to passengers and cargo. Vice President and General Manager of the 787 program at Boeing... + continue reading
Thomas Williams
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Posted by t.safdi
Fourth-generation cane maker Thomas Williams of McClellanville, South Carolina, has talent. He creates Gullah-inspired walking sticks that range from a simple one-color cane made of dogwood and oak to a more intricate stick, carved with abstract patterns, and ones that has faces of animals or... + continue reading
airplane
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Posted by r.schwartz
According to Smithsonian.com, Airbus Group recently flew an E-fan 2.0 plane over Farnborough, England. This is something that happens hundreds of times a day all over the world, so why was this flight special? Spectators on the ground who were attending the annual Farnborough International Airshow... + continue reading
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Thomas Williams
Wednesday, 30/07/14
Fourth-generation cane maker Thomas Williams of McClellanville, South Carolina, has talent. He creates Gullah-inspired walking sticks that range from a simple one-color cane made of dogwood and oak to a more intricate stick, carved with abstract patterns, and ones that has faces of animals or objects. Thomas' father started carving in the late... + continue reading

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Columbia
Thursday, 07/31/14
Columbia: Memories of a City takes a look back at Columbia’s history over the last two centuries. This Throwback Thursday piece looks at an important part of that history, from the state’s eagerness... + continue reading

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Boeing
Wednesday, 07/30/14
Boeing just announced that the 787-10 Dreamliner will be built exclusively at the Boeing plant in North Charleston. The 787-10 is the newest and longest in the Dreamliner family. It will bring more... + continue reading

Education

classroom
Wednesday, 07/30/14
A few weeks ago, Mike Switzer, host of ETV Radio show South Carolina Business Review, spoke with guest and Education Oversight Committee member John Warner on the EOC’s recommendation to require... + continue reading

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Palmetto Trees
Monday, 07/28/14
Summers in South Carolina are known for being a bit more than steamy. However, a new study on heat and its impact from researchers at Emory University and other institutions suggests that there may... + continue reading

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Tuesday, 07/29/14
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit struck down Virginia’s voter-approved ban of same-sex marriage by a 2-1 decision Monday. The Washington Post reports, “Opponents of such unions could... + continue reading

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airplane
Wednesday, 07/30/14
According to Smithsonian.com, Airbus Group recently flew an E-fan 2.0 plane over Farnborough, England. This is something that happens hundreds of times a day all over the world, so why was this... + continue reading