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303 Associates donates building to USC Beaufort

From staff reports Real estate investment company 303 Associates has donated a building to USC Beaufort Visual Arts and Design. According to Jennifer Phillips of 303 Associates, the building, located at 1211 Harrington Street, was formerly the teen center for the Boys & Girls Club. “USCB began occupying the building in 2020 after some renovations… Keep Reading

Arts

USCB Chamber Music is back

Violinist James Ehnes, pianist Andrew Armstrong to play Brahms, Schumann  By Michael Johns  In 2007, The Washington Post tried a social experiment on context, perception, and taste: in a banal setting at an inconvenient time, could beauty rise above routine and self-absorption?  The newspaper enlisted one of the world’s most well-known violinists, Joshua Bell, to… Keep Reading

Community/News

Food Truck Festival a rousing success

 By Mike McCombs  If there were any doubts going in, the 4th annual Beaufort Food Truck Festival, held Saturday in Port Royal, was a rousing success.  The festival, held for the first time in two years because of COVID-19 and after undergoing a few changed was packed.  “Things went phenomenally, honestly,” Lowcountry Jaycees President Nick… Keep Reading

Education/News/Sports

Beaufort Twilight Run to return for 2022 in Habersham

From staff reports After two years away because of COVID-19, organizers have announced that the Beaufort Twilight Run (BTR) is back and scheduled for March 19, 2022 in Habersham. The BTR is Riverview Charter School’s biggest fundraiser, and revenues support numerous programs integral to student success such as technology, field experiences, after-school opportunities and more.… Keep Reading

News

ON THE FLIGHT LINE

Due to a lack of participation in Saturday’s Aviation Week kick-off and 5k run, everybody involved “got tired of waiting, packed up and went home,” according to one man still sitting at the Beaufort County Executive Airport on Lady’s Island. Only two aircraft were still on display at noon Saturday – a helicopter operated by… Keep Reading

Arts

Fire Shut Up in My Bones

By Becky Sprecher The second opera in this year’s Hi-Def Series from the Met, “Fire Shut Up in My Bones,” will air at at 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 23 at USC Beaufort’s Center for the Arts. Produced in partnership with the Chicago Lyric and Los Angeles Opera, it is based on a memoir by New… Keep Reading

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