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Stories by Robin Steinberger

‘Mingle with Kringle’ offers magical experience for children

If you are still planning to take the kids to visit Santa at James Island County Park this season, consider booking a private daytime meeting with Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick

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West Ashley author publishes second novel

Katherine (Kim) McDermott, a native Charlestonian, has just published her second novel, Abbey’s Tale. McDermott grew up in West Ashley, graduated from Middleton High School, received a B.A. in English from the

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Christmas activities for families

When you became a mom, Christmas takes on a whole new meaning. It is not about you anymore… it is about your children. It is about how to make this

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Give old furniture that shabby chic look

Shabby chic furniture is all the rage, but beginner DIYers (Do It Yourself) are intimidated at the thought of refinishing that vintage piece of furniture that was picked up at

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CCPR’s Passes half-off for Cyber Monday

On “Cyber Monday,” Nov. 28, the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) will offer one-day only deals on the park systems’ climbing wall, fishing and Move IT passes. When

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Scuba Claus is coming to SC Aquarium

The South Carolina Aquarium is celebrating the magic of the holidays under the sea. Starting on Black Friday, guests entering the Great Hall will feel as if they’ve walked into

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Summerville police make motel arrest

The Summerville Police Department’s Emergency Services Unit (ESU) broke down the door at the downtown Summerville Hamilton Motel to arrest a 63-year-old male suspect. The incident was triggered when the

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Jeffrey Bannon gift shop features local artists

Jeffrey Bannon fell in love with the South and moved to Charleston in 2010.  He grew up in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, and then received a bachelor degree in

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The Holiday Festival of Lights kicks off November 11

This is the 27th year of the Holiday Festival of Lights. Featuring an estimated two million shimmering lights, this popular holiday event is open nightly at James Island County Park

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Addlestone Mathletes place 3rd in SCISA math competition

Adddlestone Hebrew Academy (AHA) with a team of five students traveled to Sumter Civic Center on October 26 to compete in the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA) math competition. 

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