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  • November 2014

    Each Turkey Day, the Draytons return to their ancestral estate

  • March 2014

    Coastal Community Foundation celebrates 40 years of helping individuals and nonprofits better the Lowcountry

  • January 2014

    Creating the communities of tomorrow (while stewarding the landscapes of today)

  • January 2014

    Educating our future workforce

     

  • January 2014

    Changing the approach to community development

  • January 2014

    Beyond finger-painting—recreating kindergarten for the 21st century

  • January 2014

    Discoveries, innovation, exploration

  • January 2014

    Numbers, projections, and a graph or two indicate what’s in store. Hint: high density

  • January 2014

    Wisdom for the Challenges Ahead

  • January 2014

    Helping nature go with the flow in the Internet Age

  • January 2014

    The future of Charleston is being shaped now. By whom? And how? And—grab your Google glasses for this one—will we be ready?

  • January 2014

    Giving young women hope and opportunity for a brighter future

  • January 2014

    Is it “Back to the Future” as personalized learning shifts how we create forward-thinking learning spaces? Ye olde one-room schoolhouse may be hipper than you think

  • May 2013

    Get big laughs from teen improv comedians

  • February 2013

    Of all the superlative labels attached to Charleston—“most polite city,” “best place to live,” “top spot to visit”—the least talked about may be the only one that really matters: “most homeless.” A study conducted for the Conference of Mayors revealed that between 2010 and 2011, of 29 U.S. cities surveyed, Charleston had the greatest percentage increase of families experiencing homelessness—150 percent. The following school year (2011-2012), Charleston County School District documented 700 homeless children in its classrooms. Here, we move beyond the statistics by meeting two local families whose road to the American Dream took an unexpected detour through homelessness.

  • May 2012

    Call it a cluster, a corridor, or whatever you want—the creative spirit in Charleston is reshaping our economy and even the contours of the Upper Peninsula
     



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