James Island in the News: January 2018

January 14, 2018
Charleston Daily
Charleston Business Spotlight: Local James Island couple using holistic medicine to improve the quality of life of man’s best friend
“Matt had mentioned his idea for CannaBonez, and I said “let’s do it!”

January 13, 2018
The Post & Courier, Charleston
Recycled oyster shells enhance local fishery 
“Once the oyster shells are collected, they are transported to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources’ Fort Johnson facility on James Island where they are quarantined for six months.”

January 12, 2018
CBS Live 5 News, Charleston
The three words that could save your life in a house fire
“”It’s extremely important. It’s literally life or death,” said Shawn Engelman, the James Island deputy fire chief for administration and JIPSD Safety.”

January 10, 2018
We Are the Mighty website
This is the first African American to earn the Medal of Honor
“Carney and the other men were sent to James Island in South Carolina where they would see their first days in combat.”

January 10, 2018
Charleston City Paper
With new members on board, Charleston City Council seems unsure what to do on Calhoun plaque
“Departing District 12 member Kathleen Wilson, who was unseated by Jackson, advised her colleagues not to “settle for mediocrity.”

January 10, 2018
CBS Live 5 News, Charleston
James Island man re-enlists in USCG under water, surrounded by marine life
“Petty Officer Second Class Derick Arneberg, of the Coast Guard Maritime Law Enforcement Academy recited his oath under water at the South Carolina Aquarium.”

January 9, 2018
ABC News 4, Charleston
New Port of Call for Iconic Folly Boat
“The boat washed away during hurricane Irma and currently sitting in a James Island backyard.”

January 7, 2018
The Post & Courier, Charleston
Charleston City Council will get three new members Tuesday. What do they want to do?
“Carol Jackson, 68, unseated Kathleen Wilson, who served the James Island district for three terms.”

January 3, 2018
The Post & Courier, Charleston
Former West Ashley Food Lion close to anchoring boat dealer
“Rogue Motion Boat Storage & Sales on James Island is negotiating to move into the former Food Lion at 65 Sycamore St. after the former grocery store site is retrofitted.

January 3, 2018
The Post & Courier, Charleston
‘Just a great time’ to be had as historic snowfall blankets Charleston region
“In much of the area, few stores were open. One exception was on James Island: Tilted Glass Wine & Spirits.”

January 3, 2018
Charleston City Paper
McLeod Plantation leads a night tour focusing on the lives of the enslaved
“The concept behind it is most of us associate nighttime and darkness with fear,” says McLeod cultural history interpretive aide Barbara Brundage. “But for the enslaved, it was the reverse.”

January 2, 2018
NPR South Carolina Public Radio Website
From Hooch To Haute Cuisine: A Nearly Extinct Bootlegger’s Corn Gets A Second Shot
“In the 1980s, you used to be able to go to James Island,” recalls Glenn Roberts, founder of heirloom seed purveyor Anson Mills. “And, if you knew the right people, they’d sell you delicious food out their backdoor kitchen and you’d get a jar of Jimmy Red hooch with it. But though I knew the hooch, I never knew the corn.”

The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Art & Architecture Collection, The New York Public Library. "Harper's 1897, The January Number Contains White Man's Africa, by Poultney Bigelow. - The Martian , by Du Maurier, - Farce, by W. D. Howells, - Short Stories, by Miss Wlkins, Brander Matthews, and E. A. Alexander, - Science at the Beginning of the ..." The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1890 - 1907. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47dc-488c-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99
The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Art & Architecture Collection, The New York Public Library. “Harper’s 1897, The January Number Contains White Man’s Africa, by Poultney Bigelow. – The Martian , by Du Maurier, – Farce, by W. D. Howells, – Short Stories, by Miss Wlkins, Brander Matthews, and E. A. Alexander, – Science at the Beginning of the …” The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1890 – 1907. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47dc-488c-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99
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