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USC's Annual Econ Outlook Conference Changes

September 30, 2020 - Posted in Business by Alfred Turner
Joey Von Nessen

Joey Von Nessen Credit Mike Switzer/SC Public Radio This is the time of year when our next guest is busy preparing for his institution’s annual economic outlook conference but as with all events this year, it’s just not business as usual. Mike Switzer interviews Joey Von...

Wanda Lloyd, author of 'Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow To Journalism'

September 29, 2020 - Posted in Culture by Holly Bounds Jackson
Wanda Lloyd

This week, Wanda Lloyd, author of "Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow To Journalism," sat down with us to talk about her memoir. After retiring from being a news editor, Lloyd worked as a department chair and professor at Savannah State University, in her hometown of...

SCETV and SCPRT produce travel video series

September 29, 2020 - Posted in Culture
Go For It

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina ETV (SCETV) and the Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism (SCPRT) collaborated to develop a video series that, not only educates the public about each region of South Carolina, but also adds another dimension to tourism – trying...

Is what we’re doing actually worth it?

September 29, 2020 - Posted in Education by Jason Sims
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From our Educator Guest Blogger Series None of us like to admit it, but as educators, we’ve all had this thought. We plan for weeks in advance but adapt on the fly; we coach and support; facilitate and problem solve; and we are sometimes even caregivers. And our list of...

SC Lede: COVID-19 — Can I Get A Witness?!

September 29, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
Voters cast ballots during the South Carolina Democratic presidential primary on February 29, 2020.

This episode of the South Carolina Lede for September 29, 2020, features: the latest on absentee voting by mail; what the Supreme Court fight could mean for the future; a look at the economic impact the pandemic is having on families; and more. Links mentioned in this...

SC African American History Calendar: October Honoree – George Rogers

September 28, 2020 - Posted in History by Mimi Wortham-Brown
South Carolina African American History Calendar:  October Honoree – George Rogers

George Rogers, a native of Duluth, Ga., has always had a love for football. A standout at Duluth High School, Rogers decided to attend the University of South Carolina when coach Jim Carlen told him that he could play in his freshman year.

Prescribed Fire with Clemson Extension

September 28, 2020 - Posted in Education by Sean Flynn
Prescribed Fire

Clemson Extension Natural Resources Agent Ryan Bean shares some important facts about prescribed fires and also some details about a recent prescribed fire at the Sandhill Research and Education Center in Columbia, SC.

Clemson Extension during COVID-19

September 28, 2020 - Posted in Local by Sean Flynn
Clemson Extension

Dr. Thomas Dobbins, Associate Dean and Director of Clemson Extension explains to "Making It Grow" host Amanda McNulty how the different programs in Extension, from 4H to Agribusiness, have adapted during the Covid pandemic. By using a variety of social media platforms, Zoom...

SC Lede: COVID-19 — Special Session Tea Report

September 26, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
State lawmakers meet during the legislature's special session in September 2020.

South Carolina state lawmakers meet during the legislature's special session in September 2020. Credit Gavin Jackson/SCETV This episode of the South Carolina Lede for September 22, 2020, features: a look at what South Carolina state lawmakers did during their recent special...

State Lawmakers Opt Not to Move Ahead With New Budget

September 25, 2020 - Posted in News by Russ McKinney
File photo of the S.C. House chamber

Last Year's Operating Budget to Remain In Effect It now appears that South Carolina’s state government will operate for the first half of its’ current fiscal year using last year’s budget. A lack of action by the General Assembly this week left last year’s budget in place...

USC Library Acquires Major Comic Book Collection

September 25, 2020 - Posted in News by Tut Underwood
A prestigious collection of more than 180,000 historic comic books, pulp magazines and other items has been acquired by the University of South Carolina's Thomas Cooper Library.

Superman, Batman, Donald Duck, Tarzan of the Apes and many more characters that help define American popular culture have been seen in comic books and other media for many years. The adventures of hundreds of such characters are now gathered in one place at the University...

South Carolina ETV to premiere hour-long 'Gullah Roots' documentary October 1

September 24, 2020 - Posted in Culture
Gullah Roots

COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina ETV (SCETV) will be premiering a new hour-long documentary film October 1 entitled Gullah Roots . Following leaders of the South Carolina and Georgia Gullah Geechee community as they experience a homecoming in Sierra Leone, the project will...

Program Opens South Carolina's Rural Housing Market to First (and Second) Time Buyers

September 24, 2020 - Posted in News by Scott Morgan
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Isn’t it interesting how differently the following two phrases sound: A little house in the country. Affordable rural housing. They’re the same thing, really. But perceptions about life in the country depend almost entirely on whether someone with choices opts to buy a...

‘Mo’ movies in Monetta: Drive-in theater responds to Coronavirus

September 23, 2020 - Posted in Local by Charles Dymock
The Big Mo

As the sun sets in the small town of Monetta, South Carolina, another type of light begins to glow. The Big Mo drive-in theater has been a hidden gem operating in this quaint town since 1951. In 1999, the drive-in was purchased by its current owner, Richard Boaz, who has...

South Carolina Labs Staying Busy

September 23, 2020 - Posted in Business by Alfred Turner
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For a small state, South Carolina is certainly doing its part to alleviate the wait times caused by the high demand for COVID-19 testing, as we highlighted in an interview with a Lowcountry company last week. Today, we’re going to tell you about an Upstate company doing the...

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