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Featured on Knowitall in December: A New SC Hall of Fame, Explore South Carolina, Visual & Performing Arts, and Detective Bonz!
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Joseph P. Riley, Jr. was born in 1943 in Charleston, South Carolina. He attended The Citadel and the University of South Carolina School of Law.Riley served six years in the South Carolina House of Representatives and was elected Mayor of Charleston in 1975. He served ten four-year terms as Mayor, leading the city in areas of cultural diversity, the arts, tourism, economic development, and city planning. He also shepherded Charleston through the ravages of Hurricane Hugo in 1989 and the Emanuel Church shootings in 2015.
Travel around the state of South Carolina with us! You may be surprised at what you'll find! Topics to explore include:
Explore the arts in South Carolina! In the areas of Dance, Drawing, Painting & Illustrating, Media Arts, Music, Sculpture, Theater, and Traditional Art—learn about each art form and the people who dedicate their lives to pursuing their passion!
As Detective Bonz works to solve the mystery of who stole the South Carolina history textbooks, his student helpers are gathering information to allow the South Carolina history classes to continue. The interesting element is exactly how and where they are gathering that information. And what exactly is a Paw Pilot? The series consists of six chapters, each investigating various historical periods in South Carolina.
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