Monthly Archives: January 2015

Colonial Lake Torn Up. Sergeant Jasper Torn Down.

Way back when I was a student at the College of Charleston in the mid-nineties, my Charleston world was very, very small. I lived in the French Quarter (though it wasn’t called that silly name then), worked there too, partied … Continue reading

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My Wish for You in 2015

Way down at the raw and beautiful western end of Folly Beach, stands a lone tree, a ‘boneyard’ tree that’s been battered by the winds and tides of time. I find it extraordinarily beautiful – in the way its arms … Continue reading

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