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Q&A | A Follow-Up Conversation with Trey Gordner, CEO of the Startup KOIOS

April 19, 2016 - Posted in Business by Krishna Thakker
Trey Gordner receiving award

As Carolina Money celebrates its one-year anniversary this month, we decided to follow up with the first startup companies that we talked to one year ago, to learn about their progress. Last week, we spoke with Mike Meyers, CEO of Tradeversity , and this week, we caught up...

National Create Cooking Challenge Selects Local Winner

April 18, 2016 - Posted in SCETV by Glenn Rawls
ETV’s Create viewer, Julie Booher of Mt. Pleasant.

Columbia – American Public Television (APT), the original home to television’s culinary experts, and sponsor of the Create Cooking Challenge, announced today that two new “stars” have joined its ranks. Selected from hundreds of entries by judges who are some of public...

Old Fashioned Note-Taking Helps You to Learn

April 18, 2016 - Posted in News by K. Blackwell
Hand written notes are better then typed ones, a study suggests.

A study published in Psychological Science , by Pam A. Mueller and Daniel M. Oppenheimer, suggests that taking notes by hand, and forgoing the tablet or laptop makes for better learning in the long run. The study suggests that since those who take notes via computer can...

Spirit Communications Park Welcomes Fans to Its Inaugural Game

April 15, 2016 - Posted in Business by Andrea Esselman
Entrance to Spirit Communications Park

Anticipation filled the air, as people milled around outside the stadium. The gates opened, and the pressure of all the months leading up to this moment was released. Spirit Communications Park was officially open for its first baseball game. Fans from all over came to...

Sons of South Carolina: The Mobros’ Homecoming

April 14, 2016 - Posted in Local by Kaitlyn Park
Image of Patrick and Kelly Morris on stage

With a catalog that wakes the spirits of the likes of Otis Redding and Sam Cooke, vibrant harmonies, a lush wall of sound and often haunting lyrics, it is not surprising that the past few years have been good to the genre bending Mobros. Since 2013, the group was hand-...

Fahamu Pecou Featured at Columbia Museum of Art

April 13, 2016 - Posted in Local by Aimee Crouch
Fahamu Pecou

Columbia Museum of Art’s latest exhibit, Remix, is a wide variety of works that look at what many African American artists practice – a retelling of ideas from their own perspective. One of the featured artists, Fahamu Pecou, looks at pop art through African American...

VIDEO | USC Students Work Collaboratively to Build Mobile Apps

April 13, 2016 - Posted in Business by Marina Ziehe
Computer science class

As previously mentioned in Carolina Money , the University of South Carolina Entrepreneurship Club has partnered with the USC Computer Science Department to make 13 mobile apps. Students in the computer science class are working collaboratively with business students to...

Local Tech Startup, Tradeversity, Goes Through Rebuilding Process

April 8, 2016 - Posted in Business by Marina Ziehe
Tradeversity team meeting in a conference room

When trying to sell a few spare bookbags during college, Mike Meyers had what entrepreneurs call the “Aha!” moment. What if there was a safe and convenient website for the university community to buy and sell items to each other? In 2014, Mike Meyers and a team of fellow...

The Mayor: Age of Riley

April 8, 2016 - Posted in Culture by Glenn Rawls
Mayor Riley in an early Spoleto film.

The Mayor: Age of Riley, directed by Barbara Tranter and produced by Jennet Robinson Alterman, follows the career of Charleston Mayor Joe Riley’s remarkable four decade tenure. The film, four years in the making, features interviews with Mayor Riley and those who found...

Indie Grits Celebrates 10 Years

April 7, 2016 - Posted in Local by Aimee Crouch
clapboard

Columbia’s Indie Grits Film Festival opens in the Capitol City on April 14th and is celebrating their 10th anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, all festival events will be free to attendees. There are approximately 60 films being screened. The theme this year, “...

P.A.'s Thoughts: Spring Projects

April 7, 2016 - Posted in Local by P.A. Bennett
Sidewalk

In the old days, they talked about spring cleaning; washing everything from bed linen to baseboards. You don’t hear about people doing spring cleaning so much anymore, but spring projects, especially outside projects, are big. With the recent sunny, warmer days, my husband...

SC Film Goes Nationwide

April 5, 2016 - Posted in Local by AB Madden
women holding hands

An award- winning Christian film that was shot in Charleston and Greenville is headed to theaters across the nation. The film, Only God Can , tells the story of five College of Charleston alumni who have remained friends since graduation. Following a reunion between them,...

Solar Farms Coming to Lexington County

April 4, 2016 - Posted in Business by Marina Ziehe
Shot of solar panels and sunrise

Cypress Creek Renewables, a company based in Santa Monica, California, will build three 10-megawatt solar farms in Lexington County. As reported in the press release, the company will make a $20.4 million investment in solar energy operations in Lexington County. The farms...

Cooper's Country Store | ETV Shorts

April 1, 2016 - Posted in Business by Tabitha Safdi
Cooper Country Store

When you walk into Cooper's Country Store it's like walking back in time. The store was built in 1937 and not much has changed since then. It's located in Salters right off of highway 521 and has just about anything you could possibly need.

Moving East: Tiny House Movement in SC

April 1, 2016 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
Tiny House

The average home in the United States is 2,600 square feet. Now imagine living in a house one-eighth that size. That’s what one family has decided to do. The Singletary family wanted to downsize, in order to have life experiences, instead of being forced to keep up with a...

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