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American Bitterns

By Alfred Turner

An American Bittern

This marsh bird blends so well with its surroundings that it's not often seen.

Survival of the Independent Pharmacy

By Alfred Turner

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With the proliferation of big drug store chains over the past several decades, you just don’t see too many independent pharmacies anymore.  But they do still exist and our next guest’s company is an example of one of these survivors. Mike Switzer interviews Dr. Janet Thames, a pharmacist and owner of Blythewood Pharmacy in Blythewood, SC.

Ag and Art Tour Expands to 10 Counties

By Alfred Turner

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One of our state’s annual events has recently been selected as a Top 20 Festival & Event winner for the month of June 2019 by the Southeast Tourism Society.

New Business Challenges Flooding

By Alfred Turner

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If there’s one thing our state’s coastal communities have had to deal with more and more over the past several years, it’s flood waters. Hurricanes, 1,000-year floods, more hurricanes.  And oftentimes when challenges like these arise, entrepreneurship arises also to meet them.  That’s just what happened with our next guest and his new company.

Conversations on S.C. History: The State & the New Nation - Slavery in South Carolina

By Alfred Turner

Larry Watson

 

 

Larry Watson

 

(Originally broadcast 02/17/17) - For the second lecture in this four-part series of Conversations on South Carolina: The State and the New Nation, 1783-1828. Dr. Larry Watson discusses slavery in South Carolina. Professor Watson is Associate Professor of History & Adjunct Professor of History South Carolina State University and the University of South Carolina. He is author of numerous articles on African American life in the American South.

Roses in Bloom

By Alfred Turner

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. A rose I thought was native that’s blooming now, I’ve always heard it called Cherokee Rose. Now I find out that this single white, high climbing rose, with the scientific name Rosa laevigata, is exotic, not native, and in some places considered invasive.

Rose Chores

By Alfred Turner

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. One of my favorite visits last year was to Pat Henry’s beautiful home in Laurens. You can see this segment by searching Making It Grow/YouTube/Pat Henry’s Rose Garden.

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