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Santosha And The Benefits Of Savasana

July 6, 2020 - Posted in Health by Stacey Millner-Collins
Yoga instructor Stacey Millner-Collins with student

Savasana is essential to your well being. Don’t skip it even if you are in a hurry.

Lou Kennedy | Women Vision SC Podcast

July 6, 2020 - Posted in Business by Linda O'Bryon
Lou Kennedy

As president, CEO and owner of Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Lou Kennedy runs a global company out of West Columbia, South Carolina. She and her husband helped establish the Kennedy Pharmacy Center Innovation Center in conjunction with the USC School of Pharmacy. She...

Spoleto Backstage: Kreisler, Golijov, Tchaikovsky, And Alisa Weilerstein

July 4, 2020 - Posted in SCETV by Sean Birch
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Credit South Carolina Public Radio In this episode of Spoleto Backstage , Geoff Nuttall and Bradley Fuller revisit another unforgettable program from the past decade of the Spoleto Festival USA Chamber Music Series. Before moving to the music itself, the two hosts talk...

SC Lede: COVID-19 — Too Close Encounters Of The July 4th Kind

July 4, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
COVID-19 cases in SC

On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for July 4, 2020, host Gavin Jackson examines the Palmetto State's unemployment situation, including improvements inside the state's unemployment agency as it faces stagnating claims numbers. We also look at the dozens of...

Storytime with SCETV: The Construction Alphabet Book

July 3, 2020 - Posted in Education
Richard Cohn, ETV Commission Chairman At-Large

The Construction Alphabet Book By: Jerry Pallotta | Illustrated By: Rob Bolster Read by: Richard Cohn, ETV Commission Chairman At-Large A is for Aerial lift. B is for Backhoe. C is for Cement Mixer. Rock crushers, jackhammers, and wrecking balls tear up the pages of this...

Conversations on S.C. History: Women and World War I

July 3, 2020 - Posted in Culture by Alfred Turner
Detail from a poster showing a Red Cross nurse with an American flag and the Red Cross symbol.

Prior to that World War I, South Carolina was a predominantly rural state, with a Black majority populaltion. The typical S.C. woman in 1916 was Black, and, if she was employed, she was likely an agricultural worker or a domestic worker. If she was White, a working woman...

SC Officials Fear COVID-19 Spike Over July 4th Holiday

July 3, 2020 - Posted in News by Russ McKinney
Gov. Henry McMaster Tweeted this photo Thursday afternoon with the caption "Lives depend on it. Wear it."

As South Carolina enters the July 4th weekend, public health officials are bracing for what they term as a possible unimaginable number of new cases of the coronavirus. Gov. McMaster said this week the state is facing a test. "It's time for us to make up our minds. July the...

Devil's Walking Stick

July 3, 2020 - Posted in SC Public Radio by Alfred Turner
Stalk of a devil's walking stick at the Asheville Botanical Gardens, Asheville, North Carolina

Devil's walking stick (Aralia spinosa) is a woody species of plant in the genus Aralia, family Araliaceae, native to eastern North America. The common name refers to the viciously sharp, spiny stems, petioles, and even leaf midribs. It has also been known as Angelica-tree.

Charleston Authors Hold onto Hope for Racial Reconcilation

July 2, 2020 - Posted in News by Victoria Hansen
Crews work to remove the statue of John C. Calhoun from Charleston's Marion Square.  June 24, 2020.

In the months following the unimaginable church massacre at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, a poet, a journalist and an historian came together to write a book. They wanted to explain to a nation not only what happened, but why. Why were nine Black parishioners...

Making It Grow - Extra: Tomato Diseases

July 2, 2020 - Posted in Home by Alfred Turner
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Clemson Extension and Host of Making It Grow Amanda McNulty talks with fellow agent Zack Snipes about tomato diseases and best practices on how to avoid them.

Spartanburg County Mask Resolution is Symbolic but Hopeful

July 2, 2020 - Posted in News by Scott Morgan
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On Thursday morning, the Spartanburg County Council held a special meeting to vote on whether to ask residents and visitors to wear face coverings – not just masks – at grocery stores and pharmacies in the county. The resolution adopted 3-1 was largely symbolic, as most...

Latta | Our Town

July 2, 2020 - Posted in Local by Charles Dymock
Latta Our Town

Established in 1888, the town of Latta emerged from a need to connect train tracks across the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Robert J. Latta, a surveyor from York County, orchestrated the construction of the railroad as well as created blueprints for the town itself. Thus,...

SC Lede: COVID-19 — I'll Take 'Masks' For One Trillion, Alex

July 2, 2020 - Posted in News by Gavin Jackson
Gov. Henry McMaster

On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for July 2, 2020, host Gavin Jackson brings you the latest data on the Palmetto State's growing number of COVID-19 cases, what the second half of the year may look like economically, thoughts from Gov. Henry McMaster concerning...

The Scoop | Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail in Greenville County

June 30, 2020 - Posted in Local by Leslie Leonard
The SCoop on the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Greenville County

During the month of June we asked our audience what beautiful natural resources they are enjoying in our state during these warmer months. You guys voted, and selected SCETV viewer Linda French’s question. Linda wrote us saying, “I'd like to know more about [the Swamp]...

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, July 2020

June 30, 2020 - Posted in SCETV by Anthony Padgett
SCETV President Anthony Padgett with Women Vision SC honoree, former SC Chief Justice Jean Toal

This summer, as we celebrate the 244th anniversary of the birth of our nation, we also recognize another major milestone – 100 years since the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote in the United States. Fitting that this centennial would take...

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