snake
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Posted by pa.bennett
Well maybe not my best friends, but after some education about snakes by experts, I no longer loathe them. Did you know that snakes are more afraid of you than you are of them? That’s according to Scott Pfaff, Curator of Herpetology at Columbia’s Riverbanks Zoo. We visited the Zoo recently to... + continue reading
Adaptive Yoga
Monday, July 21, 2014
Posted by m.ziehe
“I’ve always been taught that yoga is for everyone, that anyone who wants to try can,” said yoga teacher Dara Brown. Brown’s vision of yoga led her to create the first public adaptive yoga class in South Carolina, called Yoga For Everyone. It is a class suited for people living with mental or... + continue reading
Craft Beer
Monday, July 21, 2014
Posted by k.geer
Breweries in South Carolina saw a big win this year when Governor Haley signed the Stone Law. The Stone Law allows breweries and brewpubs to now sell food on the premises and broadens distribution for local beers. If the establishments serve food, there is now no limit on the amount of beer that... + continue reading
Barnwell 45
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Posted by k.dennis
Members of the Barnwell community have extended a helping hand in support of the newest Barnwell School District 45 Summer Reading Camp program. The program offers third-grade students the opportunity to effectively prepare for the fourth grade through reading and research. With the... + continue reading
baseball
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Posted by t.safdi
In this episode of Palmetto Scene: What says summer more than baseball and beer? We take you behind the scenes at "sandlot" baseball in our state; the new craft beer legislation passed this year is growing interest in the industry, along with the economy; a look at a special camp in Barnwell, just... + continue reading
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Bumper T Caring Clowns
Thursday, 17/07/14
"The most precious gift one person can give to another is attention." That's what Robert Mason, a.k.a. DOCTOR GEEZER, says about his work through the volunteer organization Bumper T Caring Clowns. The program uses therapeutic clowning as a tool to promote the healing process through laughter. According to the website, these clowns are "... + continue reading

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Craft Beer
Monday, 07/21/14
Breweries in South Carolina saw a big win this year when Governor Haley signed the Stone Law. The Stone Law allows breweries and brewpubs to now sell food on the premises and broadens distribution... + continue reading

Business & Economy

Baseball
Monday, 07/14/14
Palmetto Scene recently visited the Dixie Youth Baseball fields in Lexington, S.C., which is home to the upcoming 2014 Dixie Youth World Series. The tournament, which runs from August 8 through... + continue reading

Education

Barnwell 45
Thursday, 07/17/14
Members of the Barnwell community have extended a helping hand in support of the newest Barnwell School District 45 Summer Reading Camp program. The program offers third-grade students the... + continue reading

Health

Adaptive Yoga
Monday, 07/21/14
“I’ve always been taught that yoga is for everyone, that anyone who wants to try can,” said yoga teacher Dara Brown. Brown’s vision of yoga led her to create the first public adaptive yoga class... + continue reading

Politics

Senate
Wednesday, 07/16/14
The U.S. Senate seat held by Sen. Lindsey Graham has made several headlines this week, starting with the latest Rasmussen Poll that was released July 11. The poll was conducted July 9 and 10 and... + continue reading

Technology

computers
Monday, 07/14/14
Google South Carolina is celebrating an education milestone in our state’s Lowcountry. At the start of this past school year, they launched a two-year pilot program that created after-school and... + continue reading