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Public Auctions - Auction - 06-08-2022

Notice is hereby given, that Sigma Drive Self Storage located at 461 Sigma Dr, Summerville, Sc 29486 will sell to the general public by auction commencing at 11 am, on 06-08-2022, the property described as and miscellaneous personal property contained in spaces rent by the following occupants. Sarah Cordrey Unit 2208 - Boxes, Bags, Furniture, Mattress, Box spring, Camping Chairs, Pictures, Boxes, Plastic Containers. Mike Watkins Unit 3234 - Rug, Tires, Golf clubs, Tool bag, Weed eater, Boxes, Plastic Containers. Jerell Davis Unit 3036 - Pictures, Folding tables, Retail Store Equipment, Printers. Facility owner reserves the right to bid at the sale. All purchased goods are sold in accordance with auction rules provided by the facility owner. The sale is subject to cancellation in the event of settlement between Landlord and obligated party. For more details or to pre-register go to AD# 2003790.
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Don't miss these family-friendly Piccolo Spoleto events

One of Charleston’s most beloved festivals, Piccolo Spoleto is back again with plenty of opportunities for parents to enjoy the arts along with their little ones. Piccolo Spoleto, an offering from the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs, began in 1979 and is still going strong thanks to the ongoing support of its team of volunteer program coordinators. The festival aims to offer nearly half of events at no cost to attendees, and prioritizes accessibility for both artists and performers.
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How to Create a Cozy Reading Nook Inspired by Charleston Charm

Let’s hear it for Charleston, capital of Southern charm. Between the rows of pastel dream homes, old American architecture, flowering trees, and its amicable residents, it should be no surprise that everyone and their mother have recently been flocking to — and Instagramming galore — South Carolina’s oldest city. Well, it’s high time we bring some of that Carolinan charm back home with us! We’ve teamed up with Sherwin-Williams® to create a cozy reading nook inspired by the darling pastel hues of Charleston. Click that vid to watch the full transformation!

Kitten adopted by Charleston police officer who saved her from car engine

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Charleston Police say one of their officers took home a kitten he rescued from a Jeep engine recently. Officer Batiz was one of two officers to respond to a call about a kitten inside an engine, police said. After rescuing the little gal, Batiz put her in his police cruiser and offered to take care of her for the night.

Top 5 Beaches in the Charleston, SC area – New Video by The Board Tourist

The Charleston area is home to some of the best beaches in South Carolina. Folly Beach, Sullivan’s Island, Kiawah Beach, Seabrook Island and Isle of Palms are all popular destinations for locals and tourists alike. These beaches offer a variety of activities such as fishing, swimming, sunbathing, surfing, bike...
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Review: Maya del Sol's made-from-scratch sensibility straddles comfort food, fine dining

The tail end of Reynolds Avenue — the two-block stretch north of Spruill — is an unlikely place to find a five-course chef’s tasting menu. But we live in unlikely times. On the right side of the street — just before the concrete “road closed” barrier and the grassy vacant lot beyond — Maya del Sol Kitchen shares a strip of low-slung buildings with a Peruvian chicken joint and a rival taqueria. The restaurant’s daytime hours are sparse — lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, plus Sunday brunch. The evening hours are even sparser: a reservation-only seating at 6 p.m. and another at 8 p.m. each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.