Historic Charleston

Historic Charleston is comprised of Charleston and Dorchester counties. Historic Charleston has 73 pre-Revolutionary buildings - 136 from the late 18th century and more than 600 others built prior to the 1840s. Sweet grass basket makers are among the vendors that sell their wares at the Old City Market. Tours of private gardens, houses and museums are open to visitors, as are the plantations and gardens that line the Ashley River. 

Made Here | Stone Ground Southern Grits

January 29, 2019 - Posted in Business by Kaitlyn Cannon
Grits at Geechie Boy Mill

Geechie Boy Mill is a mill in Edisto Island, South Carolina that supplies markets and restaurants around the country with their heirloom crops and small batch grits. Owner of Geechie Boy Mill , Greg Johnsman, believes preserving history when making grits is important. He...

Made Here | Locally Grown Hemp

January 15, 2019 - Posted in Business by Kaitlyn Cannon
Charleston Hemp Company product

Charleston Hemp Company is a company that produces cannabidiol (CBD) products in Ridgevile, South Carolina. Charleston Hemp Company both grows and processes their hemp products. David Bulick, CEO of Charleston Hemp Company, explains that his first introduction to the hemp...

Historic Theaters of South Carolina

January 11, 2019 - Posted in Local by Ricky Taylor
Dock Street

South Carolina is full of history and you can find so much in theaters across our state. Take a tour as we visit some of the oldest theaters in the state which include: Newberry Opera House, Newberry, SC Abbeville Opera House, Abbeville, SC Dock Street Theater, Charleston,...

SC Lede: 2018 Year in Review LIVE from Charleston

December 11, 2018 - Posted in News by A T Shire
SC Lede: 2018 Year in Review LIVE from Charleston

On this special edition of South Carolina Lede, recorded live at Munkle Brewing Co. in Charleston, host Gavin Jackson is joined by The Post and Courier reporters Jamie Lovegrove, Thad Moore and Caitlin Byrd to recap the top stories of 2018. The group discusses the midterm...

Live Lede Taping in Charleston

November 27, 2018 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
Join us at Munkle Brewing Company in Charleston on Dec. 6 at 6 p.m.

The South Carolina Lede is hitting the road for another live podcast taping, this time in Charleston, where we’ll don ugly sweaters and recap the year in politics with the state’s top political journalists. Join host Gavin Jackson, along with South Carolina Public Radio and...

Memorial Plans for Mother Emanuel

September 25, 2018 - Posted in Local by Aimee Crouch
Mother Emanuel

Three years ago, the people of Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church, the city of Charleston, and our entire state, mourned the tragic deaths of nine parishioners. As the church celebrated the 200th anniversary of its joining the A.M.E. church, a plan was unveiled by Michael Arad,...

Outdoorsman Credits Telehealth in his Recovery from Serious Hunting Accident

September 4, 2018 - Posted in Health by Julia Shillinglaw
Chapmans sit on a homemade swing taking in their view on Wadmalaw Island.

The Chapmans enjoy living on Wadmalaw Island where they hunt, fish, and do just about anything outdoors. Steve Chapman calls it a paradise. After retirement, he planned on taking it easy on their little island back in the woods. However, after a hunting accident, everything...

Emergency Mental Health Care Benefits from Telepsychiatry

July 2, 2018 - Posted in Health by Julia Shillinglaw
An EMS and DMH Mobile Crisis Telepsychiatry vehicle.

Seconds count when it comes to a suicidal patient and getting them to the care they need. EMS personnel often find themselves dealing with mental health patients. Because they do not have psychiatry expertise, EMS often has to transport these patients to the ER where they...

1686 Violin Played in Charleston

June 27, 2018 - Posted in Local by Aimee Crouch
Bekker and Fuller

This past spring, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra performed a concert that was accompanied by a very special, unique, and OLD violin. In fact, this violin is over 300 years old and it one of the world's most celebrated instruments. South Carolina Public Radio’s Bradley...

THIS OLD HOUSE CHARLESTON EPISODES TO PREMIERE THURSDAYS ON SCETV

March 18, 2018 - Posted in SCETV by Glenn Rawls
Construction in Charleston

THIS OLD HOUSE ® , the 18-time Emmy ® Award-winning home improvement series, comes to Charleston for the second half of its 39 th season with two different Charleston, South Carolina projects. South Carolina ETV is adding a special nighttime broadcast just for the ten...

Tony the Peanut Man | ETV Shorts

November 28, 2017 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
Tony the Peanut Man

A few years ago, right in the heart of Market Street, you could hear the echos of Tony the Peanut Man. He was an iconic figure, not only for his enthusiastic personality, but for his boiled peanuts. The town of Charleston, as well as the visitors that passed by, enjoyed...

South Carolina's Cooper River | ETV Shorts

March 7, 2017 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
Cooper River

The Cooper River has made a huge impact on the Lowcountry of South Carolina. The river, known as the "cradle of history," still makes a huge economic impact as an important commercial waterway for Berkeley County.

SC's Oldest Public Building, The Powder Magazine | ETV Shorts

February 7, 2017 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
The Powder Magazine

The Powder Magazine, originally a military storage area for loose gun powder, is located in Charleston, SC. It is a National Historic Landmark and South Carolina's oldest public building. Today, The Powder Magazine is an educational historic site that welcomes visitors...

Johns Island Conservancy with Dolphin Conservation | ETV Shorts

November 11, 2016 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
Johns Island Conservancy

Johns Island Conservancy in Charleston County strives to make sure everyone knows the right way to treat dolphins in order to keep it a safe environment for both the dolphins and people.

The Birthplace of Sweet Tea | ETV Shorts

August 5, 2016 - Posted in Business by Tabitha Safdi
Sweet Tea in a Mason Jar with lemon

In the late 1700s a French botanist landed on Middleton Place in Summerville, South Carolina bringing the first tea plants to the United States. The Lowcountry is also home to the only tea plantation in America, the Charleston Tea Plantation on Wadmalaw Island.

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