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Welcome to the Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival Podcast. Each episode presents a live, unscripted session that took place on Festival stages in 2018 and 2019. The lineup includes legendary editor Tina Brown, Pulitzer Prize winner David Blight, biographer Jung Chang, Shakespearean scholar Stephen Greenblatt, bestselling authors Bernard Cornwell, Madeline Miller, Margo Jefferson and Jeanette Winterson plus the matchless Joyce Carol Oates, and many more. You’ll hear about topics as di ...
 
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Dr. Brian Reinhardt and his business partner Dr. Martin Smith have set out to create excellent medicine at an affordable price. They saw holes in the system and wanted to operate outside of the traditional system. With the direct primary care model at Neighbors Med (on Remount Road!) they have found a way to be the doctors they want to be by buildi…
 
For nearly a century between 1750 and 1858, local government dictated the weight, price, and composition of breads prepared by Lowcountry bakers for retail sale. The operation shaped the diets of all classes of Charlestonians and provoked debate about equal access to the necessities of life.저자 Nic Butler, CCPL
 
Travis Bedson / Founder & CEO of CNT Foundations Travis Bedson founded C&T Maintenance when he was 15 years old cutting grass in high school. Over the years this Entrepreneurial idea grew from a small lawn mowing and painting company into a small general contracting company in 2003, as a way to earn side money through college, speckled with stints …
 
Here are the four main reasons homes don’t sell in our market. Ever wonder why some homes sell and others don’t? No fairy dust exists that can turn a loser home into a palace. If there was such a thing, sprinkling it in your home would make a big mess, and that’s a big no-no if you want it to sell. Getting your home sold isn’t hard if you stick to …
 
Another Made 2 Move Team Episode: - Latest events, what we’ve been up to, and where to find us this month - Clinical Discussions and Patient Stories - Shifting Perspectives - How to Build Positive Movement Experiences - The Power of Self Efficacy - Getting comfortable with the uncomfortable - How NOT to live a convenient life - Changing the goal of…
 
The saints’ names applied to numerous landmarks, institutions, and roads around the Lowcountry are vestiges of parishes that once defined the political geography of lower South Carolina. Counties replaced the colonial-era parishes after the Civil War, but the legacy of the state’s evolving political boundaries provides a key for understanding the l…
 
On today’s show we have Christopher Briggman - Certified Rehab Counselor and Master Level Rehab Counselor, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate, Therapeutic Coach, and owner and founder of Balance Consulting and Counseling. From working for the VA, to resigning and creating his own agency, to going back to the familiarity of the VA, …
 
Here’s how we can get you offers on your home with our website. We know that selling a home right now can be very uncertain. With the Dave Friedman Team, you can get an offer on your property safely, instantly, and with no showings. Go to soldwithdave.com, tell us about your home, and get a great offer. Request your free purchase offer today. If yo…
 
On today’s episode we have Meredith Nelson, owner of Primetime fitness. Meredith actually started as a music major, found fitness in college, worked as a case manager and taught fitness classes before / after work. As a case manager working with people with disabilities, she found that there was a missing piece between fitness and those with disabi…
 
Commuter trains might not seem like an old Lowcountry tradition, but antebellum investors in the Charleston-metro area once embraced emerging technology to create one of the earliest mass transit corridors in the United States. Present efforts to revive that long lost transportation legacy draw inspiration from local history to spark a new era of r…
 
Here’s a quick overview of our current real estate market’s numbers. Let’s take a look at residential activity in the Charleston market right now: The number of active listings decreased 62% from a year ago but hasn’t seen a significant change since April. This smaller inventory means that buyers who waited to buy will have less to choose from now.…
 
On today’s show I sat down with Hannah Ruth, owner of Burn By Han. Hannah runs an online coaching business to help women achieve food freedom, meet their goals, and build confidence In and out of the gym. Hannah just fully transitioned from in person to all online, and now she’s able to not only give her clients more of her time, but give more time…
 
Eric Bland / Founder & Partner of Bland Richter, LLP Eric graduated from University of Tampa as an Honor’s graduate summa cum laude and was ranked number two in his graduating class in 1985. He graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1988 where he was a regular Dean’s List member each semester and graduated as an Order of t…
 
On today’s episode we travel to the Citadel to chat with Coach D - Donnell Boucher - the Assistant Athletic Director, Director of Strength and Conditioning, and Military Liaison at the Citadel. Coach D wears a lot of hats and currently has his hand in tactical strength and conditioning and research. We talk about his story, the moment he knew this …
 
Today I’m sharing why some homes don’t sell and how you can remedy that. Do you ever wonder why some homes sell and others don’t? Getting your home sold isn’t difficult if you stick to the basics. However, if there are issues, your home may sit on the market unsellable for a long time. Today I’m discussing the reasons homes don’t sell and what you …
 
The public cemeteries for Charleston’s poorest citizens and enslaved people of African descent between 1794 and 1927 occupied nearly 35 acres beyond those used during colonial-era, but all of that real estate has been developed for other uses over the past two centuries. The paper trail of evidence suggests the existence of tens of thousands of unm…
 
Here are some simple ways to keep your energy costs low this summer. As South Carolina temperatures rise, so do our monthly energy bills. Here are a few tips to help you stay cool and keep those costs low.Maximizing the efficiency of your cooling system is vital to reducing your energy bills. Clearing out an A/C filter can save you 5% to 15% on you…
 
Here’s how we can help you sell your home safely and simply. We know that selling a home right now can be very uncertain. On the Dave Friedman team, however, you can get an offer on your home safely and instantly with no showings. Just head on over to soldwithdave.com, tell us about your home, and get a great offer. Request your free purchase offer…
 
On today’s episode we have Anna Gallup, OT, owner of Motion in Motherhood, and certified breast feeding specialist. Motion in Motherhood is a holistic prenatal and postpartum service for expectant and new moms. As an OT doing early intervention work, Anna was in her patient’s homes, realizing that moms were overwhelmed, burnt out, anxious, and lack…
 
The historic landscape of urban Charleston contains several large unmarked public cemeteries that are filled with the remains of thousands of nameless bodies interred by local government. Those buried between 1672 and 1794 are contained within a well-settled neighborhood on the city’s west side, where the forgotten graves were built over and ignore…
 
Meet Emily, the owner and founder of Emily Werner Nutrition. Emily is a clinical nutritionist and discovered her passion for nutrition after watching her own husband turn his life around. Emily wants everyone to have the knowledge and power to change and thrive! Emily focuses on functional medicine with the prevention and management of disease. Emi…
 
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