Dead Boat Round-Up

Dead Boat Round-Up

Local, state, and federal agencies working together to remove derelict boats from waterways by Bill Davis | Contributing Writer We see them out there in the water, lurking and moored. Deadbeat boats whose owners have abandoned them to the winds and the tides. Most of...

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Dust Off Your Easter Bonnet

11th annual Easter Promenade will be held April 20 from Staff Reports| Spring is in the air and that must mean it’s almost time for the Easter Bunny. It also means it’s time for the annual Folly Beach Easter Promenade. The Folly Home and Garden Club is once again...

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Drop In Hangs 10

The Drop In Bar & Deli celebrates a decade in business on Folly Beach by Jessica Cobb | Contributing Writer A 10-year high school reunion can be amusing and usually pretty entertaining. A 10-year marriage anniversary is considered an encouraging milestone in a...

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Lost and Found on Folly

Musician Lance Starr’s long-lost guitar finds it’s way home with a little help from City Hall By Miranda Steadman | Contributing Writer More than a decade after his one-of-a-kind guitar went missing from the room above what’s now St. James Gate, musician Lance Starr...

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A Fond Farewell to Folly

A longtime folly local says good-bye Dear Editor, I’m writing this as a fond farewell to Folly. I was dispatched to Charleston on a work assignment in the Spring of 1983. After some difficulty finding a place to apply my living stipend I was approached by a coworker...

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Salt Marsh Diaries — April 2019

Family has Texas-Sized Fun on Folly An extended family from Texas met me at the dock. Mom, Dad, and the four grandkids had driven to Folly from Houston for spring break. Grandma and Grandpa flew in from West Texas to join them. They came from the oil fields of...

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One Last Taste of the Bayou

On a day full of lows, the Food at Folly Gras was A highlight By Jessica Cobb | Contributing Writer Paying homage to New Orleans’ classic street party, Mardi Gras, this year’s celebration on Folly was yet again a scene that you had to see to believe. And for many, one...

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Seasons of Change

With tourist season around the corner, local restaurants are gearing up by making big changes By Jessica Cobb | Current Staff Writer As most know, living in a destination city and its surrounding beach towns has its pros and cons. We get the beautiful weather,...

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Running on Water & Whiskey

Folly Favorites Sunflowers & Sin Release much-anticipated debut album By Miranda Steadman | Contributing Writer After years of writing and recording music together, beloved local duo Sunflowers & Sin are releasing their first album this month. Entitled Of...

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Pier Pressure

Folly’s pier is under attack by marine worms By Bill Davis | Current Staff Writer The Charleston County government is in the “discovery phase” of replacing the Folly Beach Pier, while at the same time taking steps to repair damage done by sea worms that have bored...

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