Alfred Turner

Pediatric Palliative Care

By Alfred Turner

Dr. Carrie Cormack

Dr. Carrie Cormack Credit Bobbi Conner/MUSC This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Carrie Cormack about pediatric palliative, care for children and their families who are dealing with a serious or life-threatening illness.  Dr.

Effective Charitable Giving

By Alfred Turner

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Tax season for this year is over, we’re now into the second half of the year and our next guest says that it’s a great time to reflect on what worked well for you financially last year and whether you need to make any changes before this year is finished.  And in particular, he says, if you haven’t done so already, formulate a plan for your charitable giving.

Anhingas

By Alfred Turner

An Anhinga.

This large bird is mostly found on the coastal plain of South Carolina.

Giving Back Opens Doors

By Alfred Turner

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We have interviewed thousands of business owners on this show over the past 20 years and a common trait among many of them is their desire to give back to their communities.  It’s good for the heart and soul and it’s good for business.  And our next guest is one more example.  Over the past 18 years, his company has donated over three and a half million dollars to preservation efforts in Charleston, SC and that has helped o

America's "South" of the Mind, 1960–1980

By Alfred Turner

The Byrds pop group arrives at Schiphol airport, Amsterdam, June 23, 1970. The Byrds were one of many west-coast musical groups and solo artists to popularize music rooted in the rural South.

In his book, The South of the Mind: American Imaginings of White Southernness, 1960–1980 (2018, UGA Press), Zachary J. Lechner bridges the fields of southern studies and southern history in an effort to discern how conceptions of a tradition-bound, "timeless" South shaped Americans' views of themselves and their society's political and cultural fragmentations, following the turbulent 1960s.

"M" is for Myrtle Beach Pavilion

By Alfred Turner

South Carolina From A to Z

Credit SC Public Radio "M" is for Myrtle Beach Pavilion. Located at 812 North Ocean Boulevard in the heart of Myrtle beach, the Myrtle Beach Pavilion Amusement Park’s eleven acres of roller coaster, thrill rides, go-kart tracks, arcades, shops, and games were part of a tradition for generations of seaside visitors.

The Regal Moth

By Alfred Turner

A Regal Moth, a.k.a. Royal Walnut Moth.

This large moth is also known as the Royal Walnut moth.

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