Bringing Our Community Together


Watch out for hot paws

By Tracie Korol The next time you take a trip to a big box store in the middle of the day, park on the far end of the parking lot. Slip off your flip-flops and walk to the store. Chances are you won’t get too far before you slip your sandals right back on, or… Keep Reading


Delivery or Takeout?

Don’t want to go out, but still want to have your favorite cuisines? Get your meal fast with CabbieCuisine.Com! Cabbie Cuisine is a Multi-Restaurant Delivery Service. The service will start delivering to the Beaufort area on June 10.  Some of the restaurants participating are Sandbar Grill, Shoofly Kitchen, Big Joe’s Bar-B-Que, Carolina Wings and Fryed… Keep Reading


“Our Town’ at ARTworks

Domestic pantomime The set of “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder is minimalist and perfect for the black box theater at ARTworks. Jen Shand and Carrie Freeman are pictured here, during breakfast time in their neighboring houses. The production is well-crafted community theater about community, the scent of heliotropes and runs now through June 12 in… Keep Reading


Local Parris Island Grad

  Trey Savel graduated from boot camp on Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on Friday, May 20. Trey has lived on Lady’s Island his entire life. He will leave for Camp Geiger, N.C., for Infantry School this month. His specialty is in security forces. Family and good friends came out to show their support… Keep Reading


Hurricane Season 2011: County, local officials know preparation is key

By Pamela Brownstein In the event of a disaster, Beaufort County officials are committed to keeping you safe. Members of the Beaufort County Emergency Management Division have been meeting and plotting and planning for months to provide comprehensive short-term and long-term strategies designed to minimize property damage, restore the area and bring back citizens. Keep Reading


Memorial Day Weekend Fun

Beaufortonians celebrated Memorial Day Weekend with a variety of activities. Families played at the beach and in the pool and gathered for the annual Memorial Day Parade downtown to honor military heroes who have died for our beloved country. Her are some photos from the weekend. Keep Reading


Spring Fling at The Red Piano Too Art Gallery

  Friends, relatives and art patrons came out to the Red Piano Too Art Gallery’s Spring Fling Exhibit on Saturday May 28th, which featured many authors and artist Mel Green.  Mel Green (1934-2007), a Korean War Veteran and native of Beaufort County, graduated from Shanklin High School and the School of Visual Arts in New… Keep Reading


Upcoming Activities at ARTworks

1. Hobey Ford @ ARTworks for one show June 29th @ 6pm, as part of the Beaufort County Public Library’s “World Tales” Hobey’s intricate shadow puppetry work and creation of the original rod puppets, the “Foamies”, have earned him a place on stages across the world. Hobey’s performances incorporate a variety of puppetry styles including Bunraku,… Keep Reading


USCB Announces a Graduate Level Summer Workshop in Digital Photography for Art Teachers

For the first time, the University of South Carolina Beaufort is offering graduate level digital photography classes for art teachers on June 13th-17th. Workshop participants will gain new personal insights about the creative process, how to make aesthetic decisions in selecting subjects and frame composition, and an increased expertise in using Photoshop to manipulate captured… Keep Reading