Joe Six Pack Goes to Washington

Joe Six Pack Goes to Washington

Folly’s Freshman congressman Joe Cunningham gets his feet wet By Lorne Chambers & Bill Davis | Folly Current Staff Writers Freshman Congressman Joe Cunningham (D-SC. 1) has had an eventful first month in office. Despite walking straight into the longest government...

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A Granddaughter’s Love

Memorial for Marty Ahern planned for April 20 By Jess VanScoy | Special to The Current It’s her smells I remember most. Bijan perfume. Chivas on ice. Her famous pot roast. Or perhaps it was her sounds. The dangle of her bracelets. Shuffling feet in flip flops. The...

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Hardest Working Man in Folly Show Business

Local drummer Stratton Moore keeps the beat for local music scene By Miranda Steadman | Contributing Writer Almost seven years ago, local musician Stratton Moore set out to provide the funky people of Folly with high-caliber live music every Thursday at Drop In Bar &...

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Ready or Not, Here Comes Folly Gras

11th annual Folly Gras Festival returns to Center Street on Feb. 23 From Staff Reports Love it or hate it, Folly’s most polarizing steet festival returns this month for another round of New Orleans-styled fun on Center Street. The 11th annual Folly Gras Parade & Block...

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Local Restaurants Offer a Taste of Folly

From A Hot dog eating contest to A cocktail competition to an oyster shuck-Off, 2019 taste of Folly did not Disappoint By Jessica cobb | Contributing Writer Folly Beach hosts multiple festivals and events throughout the year to entertain and involve the community and...

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Bite Size — Tidbits of Folly Food News

Time For some Cajun/Creole Food This year’s Folly Gras is on February 23, and is hosted by the Folly Association of Business (FAB), the non-profit membership organization. It is most definitely a sight to see. Elaborate costumes, masks, and of course New...

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Folly Flashback — Ruby’s Wreckage

Confederate ship Ruby ran aground on Folly’s North end British-built and designed and reinforced to take fire and slip through the Union blockade of the harbor, the Confederate ship, Ruby, found an even more formidable foe in the sandbars of Lighthouse Inlet on...

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Outstanding in His Field

Perfection is Temporary Howdy, my Folly Friends. If you’re experiencing what I have lately you probably can’t believe how time flies. As we work towards goals, make improvements to our property, mind, etc. there just isn’t enough time in the day it seems like. But...

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Salt Marsh Diaries

Amazing Grace & the Hooded Merganser From my stool at the breakfast table, I look down at Grace the dog. She paces from one side of me to the other, then she barks, as if to will my eggs onto the floor. At eight years old, Grace is still more puppy than adult. Her...

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Run for the Light

Race supports Morris Island Lighthouse preservation Special to Folly Current The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) is proud to partner with Save the Light, Inc. for the second year to host their annual half marathon and 5K, set for Feb. 2.. Both...

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2019 Year-in -PREview

Taking a look at What’s on the horizon for 2019 By Bill Davis | Current Staff Writer Where 2018 was spent dodging hurricanes, starting new renourishments, and the Folly boat’s meanderings, 2019 is shaping up to be more of a year of housekeeping duties on the island....

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