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Stories by Robin Steinberger

Academic Magnet girls swim team wins Ripley’s Invitational

The Academic Magnet High School girls swim team won the 2016 Ripley’s Invitational in Myrtle Beach for the 11th year in a row. They were led by new head coach

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Authenticity achieved at Patriots Point 40th Anniversary celebration

Yesterday afternoon, Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum celebrated their 40th Anniversary, selling tickets at throwback prices—just $2, the same price they cost back in 1976 when the attraction first opened.

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Gaillard hosts Charleston Fall Home Show

Charleston Home + Design Magazine is hosting the Charleston Fall Home Show at the Gaillard Center. It is a must for those considering a home renovation. This year’s exhibitors include

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Academic Magnet tops Oceanside Collegiate

The Academic Magnet High School Raptors football team defeated the Oceanside Collegiate High School Land Sharks 36-0.  The Academic Magnet students enjoyed the game with a luau theme.

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Academic Magnet swim team defeats rival West Ashley

Academic Magnet High School, West Ashley High School, and Berkley High School swim teams competed at the Shadowmoss Plantation pool. Academic Magnet and West Ashley are swim rivals with neighbor

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Indie rock singer-songwriter Damien Jurado promises journey into subconscious mind

Murias Entertainment and Pure Sound will welcome indie rock singer-songwriter Damien Jurado to Pure Theatre on Sunday, November 13th at 8pm.  Limited seating for only 150 is available.  Tickets are $17

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Fish, flowers and a five dollar discount

The South Carolina Aquarium, Charleston’s number one family attraction, and Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, the city’s most visited plantation, are offering families an opportunity to visit both attractions at a

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Playoff-bound Riverdogs mark Riley Park anniversary

There are three days left in the Charleston Riverdogs season-ending  homestand. The Riverdogs are celebrating twenty years at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. They are playing the Columbia Fireflies.  On

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Senator Scott’s event to honor Gulf War Veterans

Senator Tim Scott is hosting a special ceremony to honor South Carolina’s Desert Shield and Desert Storm veterans who served from 1990-1991 Saturday, August 27 at 3 pm at Charleston

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Renowned pianist Leon Fleisher to join CSO for gala

Charleston Symphony Orchestra will open its 2016-2017 season with their “A Night to Remember Gala” on September 10, 2016, featuring a special performance with renowned pianist Leon Fleisher. The Charleston

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