Bill Murray loves him some Charleston.
Hootie and the Blowfish
ALL. YEAR. ROUND.
(OK, it’s just the one.)
College of Charleston
Cool photos from around Charleston taken during the unity walk on Sunday, June 21 2015 – all the more proving that Love overcomes hate. Charleston is a commUNITY standing together in faith, and we’re proud to be a part of it!
— Michael Kocis (@MikeKocis) June 22, 2015
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— FOX24 (@FOX24Charleston) June 22, 2015
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Praying for the Mother Emanuel AME Church family, victims, families; our city, state and nation as we face this difficult time. Heart is breaking for the families and community. This is horrific but I know our community will come together and we will find this awful person. The most beautiful city will rise above this hateful act.
Today we honor those who have served to protect our country. Thank you! #VeteransDay
Fall is the time of year for goblins, ghosts and ghouls. Families that celebrate Halloween use this time of year as a prime opportunity to visit pumpkin patches to pick out the best pumpkins for carving. Around the night of Halloween you will see ghosts, scary cats, witches and other Halloween carvings in the faces of pumpkins. One thing you probably don’t see often carved into a pumpkin is a palmetto tree, but for those who live in the South, the palmetto tree pumpkin can be a familiar sight.
Life os short, make it count.