Q is for BBQ

May 26, 2017 - Posted in Culture
Cook preparing BBQ

Lake High, Jr., President of the South Carolina BBQ Association explains the four different types of BBQ found in South Carolina. Which is your favorite?

O is for Opera House

May 19, 2017 - Posted in Culture
Newberry Opera House

The Newberry Opera House is located in Newberry, South Carolina.

O is for Oconee Bells

May 12, 2017 - Posted in Culture
Oconee Bells

Clemson University Biology Professor Patrick McMillan talks about this amazing plant that grows mostly in upstate South Carolina.

N is for Native American

May 5, 2017 - Posted in Culture
Native American regalia

South Carolina is home to eleven Native American tribes. Can you name them all? You can view more in the Native American Heritage Collection .

M is for Myrtle Beach

April 28, 2017 - Posted in Culture
M is for Myrtle Beach

Kimberly Miles with the Myrtle Beach area Chamber of Commerce talks about this wonderful vacation destination.

Wendy Allen on Hobcaw Research

April 21, 2017 - Posted in Culture by Betsy Newman
Wendy Allen

In 1956 Bernard Baruch signed over all of Hobcaw Barony to his daughter, Belle. Belle died in 1964, leaving Hobcaw "for the purpose of teaching and/or research in forestry, marine biology, and the care and propagation of wild life and flora and fauna in South Carolina."...

L is for Lighthouse

April 21, 2017 - Posted in Culture
L is for Lighthouse

Al Hitchcock talks about the history and preservation efforts of the Morris Island lighthouse.

Food Historian Michael Twitty Discusses Origins of Lowcountry Cuisine

April 19, 2017 - Posted in Culture by Betsy Newman
Michael Twitty

Culinary adaptations transformed traditional African dishes into a unique, new creolized cuisine, influenced by European and Native American traditions, and characteristic of Gullah culture. Foodways of the South Carolina Lowcountry reach back to the region’s earliest...

Melissa Cooper of Rutgers University Discusses 20th Century Sea Island Trend

April 14, 2017 - Posted in Culture by Betsy Newman
Melissa Cooper

In the early years of the twentieth century, a number of prominent, wealthy Northerners purchased land on the Waccamaw Neck. Bernard Baruch, who bought Hobcaw Barony in 1905 as a winter vacation home and hunting retreat, was the first, followed by the Huntingtons,...

K is for Kiawah Island

April 14, 2017 - Posted in Culture
K is for Kiawah Island

Roger Warren, President of the Kiawah Island Golf Resort talks about this golfers haven.

J is for Jockey

April 7, 2017 - Posted in Culture
J is for Jockey

Racing Jockey Matt McCarron talks about the sport of horse racing. South Carolina plays host to several horse racing competitions each year.

I is for Ironwork

March 31, 2017 - Posted in Culture
 I is for Ironwork

Charleston, SC blacksmith Jay Close talks about ironworking.

H is for Hunley

March 24, 2017 - Posted in Culture
H is for Hunley

Former South Carolina Senator and Lieutenant Governor, Glenn McConnell, tells us the story of the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley.

G is for Gullah

March 17, 2017 - Posted in Culture
G is for Gullah

What is Gullah? Gullah storyteller Anita Singleton-Prather and Alphonso Brown explains.

F is for Frogmore Stew

March 10, 2017 - Posted in Culture
F is for Frogmore Stew

Frogmore Stew, also known as Beaufort Stew or Lowcountry Boil is a delicious South Carolina meal. Chef Monty White explains the basic ingredients of this Lowcountry recipe.