Hilton Head Island officials said Tuesday the town should play...
Renee Fleming in 'Rusalka'
Written by Connie Brotzman
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 14:20
Soprano Renee Fleming returns to Metropolitan Opera in the role that has become one of her signatures in the last 15 years, that of the title character in the Met's revival of Czech composer Antonin Dvorak's Rusalka when USCB Center for the Arts presents The Met:Live in HD on Saturday, Feb. 8.
Fripp Friends of Music brings you Chamber music as you've never experienced it before! Come hear a unique quartet on the cutting edge of a new generation of musicians. Acclaimed by audiences in the US, Great Britain, Europe and Asia for their vibrant interpretations, violinists Domenic Salerni and Jessica Shuang Wu, violist Yinzi Kong and cellist Guang Wang will positively entrance you with a memorable musical performance.
They're no spring chickens, but they're cool southern chicks...
The University of South Carolina Beaufort Center for the Arts is proud to present the Hen Party and the Beaufortettes – Tap Dancing Divas on Thursday, January 30th at 7:30 pm. Ladies, bring your girlfriends out for a night of fun and hilarity! Roosters are welcome as well.
Editor's Note: This column is about finding the best local, made-from-scratch hamburgers the Lowcountry has to offer. No chains allowed. We eat local and fresh and urge you do the same. And we prefer an adult beverage with our burger. And another thing, what you see is what you get. No food stylists were harmed or otherwise engaged in the making of this Burger Beat. We snap the food as it comes to the table, occasionally throwing an elbow in the process. And yes, the tomatoes really were that red...
Greetings, reader. It's a Tuesday morning, and I'm writing from my kitchen, wearing flannel pajamas, a heavy sweatshirt, a brown cape that my husband loathes, and my daughter's fuzzy pink pig slippers. (They're actually fuzzy pink lamb slippers – I know, I bought them – but she insists they're pigs, and you have to pick your battles with 12-year-olds.)
Women just love to laugh! And they love to laugh most with each other about their common problems and challenges. So, if you're one of these women, get some friends together and come to "The Hen Party" at USCB Center for the Arts on Jan. 30 for an evening of hilarious introspection on the trials and tribulations we all face sooner or later.
The world of customer feedback has come a long way. If we circle back to around 1900, the life of many working Americans was bleak if not simply miserable. Sweat shops that we now only read about were a grim reality in New York and many other cities. Entire families worked backbreaking, soul destroying hours –up to 18 at a time – in conditions so foul and unhealthy as to demand outcry and immediate action.