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Reel South: F11 and Be There (Full Episode)

April 7, 2020 - Posted in Culture
F11 and Be There

Episode #501 - F11 and Be There is a commentary on American civil rights, race, social justice, and art, told through the many lenses of legendary photographer Burk Uzzle. With a career that spans over 65 years, Burk Uzzle has created some of the most iconic photographs in...

Old Town Farmers Market: Where Rock Hill Shops Local

April 7, 2020 - Posted in Business by Shannon Simmons
Old Town Farmer's Market in Rock Hill

Homegrown fruits, vegetable, and meats are just some of the things you can find at the Old Town Farmers Market . Originally starting as a Thursday evening event, the market has grown and partnered with local restaurant Legal Remedy Brewing to host more events. Sarah Key ,...

COVID-19 Anxiety

April 7, 2020 - Posted in Health by Victoria Hansen
photo of apartment building

If you're feeling anxious about the coronavirus pandemic, you're not alone. More than one third of Americans think it is affecting their mental health, according to a recent study by the American Psychiatric Associaton. Social distancing to stop the spread has shut down...

SC Lede: COVID-19 — Stay At Home (For Real This Time)

April 7, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
SC LEDE logo

On this episode for April 7, 2020, US Attorney for South Carolina Peter McCoy joins us to discuss a new strike team investigating price gouging scams related to the coronavirus pandemic. We then speak with Sara Barber, director of the South Carolina Coalition Against...

Dining Etiquette

April 7, 2020 - Posted in Home by Sean Flynn
Etiquette

The SC Commissioner's School for Agriculture allows high school students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in agriculture at a week-long camp at Clemson University each summer. One of the experiences is an etiquette class taught by Blanche Weathers, the wife of...

Reconnecting Roots: Season 2 Premieres April 9

April 6, 2020 - Posted in Culture
host Gabe McCauley

"Reconnecting Roots" and host Gabe McCauley continue the journey into American history with an all new set of topics and even more important roots to uncover. Taking a look at some of our nation’s most defining successes as well as some of our not-so-proud moments; Season 2...

Bee Well Honey

April 6, 2020 - Posted in Business by Jenna Schiferl
bee

There’s nothing as sweet as honey. We visited a bee colony in the Upstate to see just how important the honey bee….and its honey…is in everyday life.

Essential Activities of Agriculture Continue During COVID-19 Pandemic

April 6, 2020 - Posted in News by Alfred Turner
Making It Grow Minute

Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow . During a recent interview, Commissioner of Agriculture Hugh Weathers detailed the breadth of agricultural activities considered essential during this time of national crisis, and that there is...

SC Lede: COVID-19 — 28 Days Later

April 4, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
Govl McMaster details nonessential businesses which should remained closed in S.C. during the coronavirus outbreak.

On this episode for April 4, 2020, we speak with U.S. Rep. Joe Cunningham (D-SC) about his experience testing positive for COVID-19, see how food banks are faring during this crisis, and talk with State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman about the current challenges...

The Charleston Benne Wafer

April 3, 2020 - Posted in Business by Aimee Crouch
benne wafers

People from all around the world have been descending on the South, and South Carolina in general, for their unusual and delectable cuisine. We went down to Charleston to try a product made only in the Lowcountry.

Somewhere South: Porridge for the Soul (Full Episode)

April 3, 2020 - Posted in Home
Porridge for the Soul

(Episode #102 - Watch Full Episode ) Vivian heads to Charleston, S.C. to cook a special dinner honoring the late pioneering African American chef, Edna Lewis. At the event, she serves grits, the simple Southern staple among the many foods Lewis famously exalted. While in...

South Carolinians in Quarantine are Fostering and Adopting More Pets

April 3, 2020 - Posted in News by Scott Morgan
Fostering and Adopting More Pets

As South Carolinians are shut in for who-knows-how-long, they’re looking for ways to occupy their time and still do something positive. Alexa Sparkman, manager of volunteer programs at Pawmetto Lifeline in Columbia, says her organization has seen a big uptick in adoptions...

Early Signs Point to an Active Hurricane Season Ahead

April 2, 2020 - Posted in Weather by Dr. Athena Masson
Hurricane Forecast

Scientists say this year’s Atlantic hurricane season could be more active than normal, but stress the role uncertainty plays 60 days out. The Colorado State University (CSU) Tropical Meteorology Project team, led by Dr. Phil Klotzbach, is predicting 16 named storms, eight...

S.C.-Created Device Enables Doubling the Number of COVID-19 Patients Helped by Ventilators

April 2, 2020 - Posted in Health by Tut Underwood
The Y-shaped Vesper ventilation expansion splitter was created by a team of South Carolina doctors and engineers, and can double - even quadruple, in a pinch - the number of COVID-19 patients who can use a single ventilator.

In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, much has been made of the expected shortage of ventilators for COVID-19 patients. To maximize the patient treatment potential of ventilators in America's hospitals, a team of South Carolina doctors, engineers and other health care...

Archibald Rutledge | SC Hall of Fame

April 2, 2020 - Posted in History
Archibald Rutledge

Archibald Rutledge was born October 23, 1883 in McClellanville, South Carolina. He grew up at Hampton Plantation on the South Santee River. In 1904, Rutledge began writing stories, poems, and magazine articles, many about hunting and other outdoor pursuits. In 1934,...

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