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Explore this interactive to find out complete details about the first-ever Spirited Brunch taking place Sunday, May 21. Participating downtown houses of worship, representing many faiths, are opening their doors for a few hours of fellowship and food reflective of their congregations. Learn …

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The 14 deities were in place, receiving hundreds of devotees who came from every corner of the Charleston metropolitan area, and from Columbia, Myrtle Beach, Beaufort and points beyond.

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Herb Silverman was born on June 14, 1942 — Flag Day, which perhaps accounts for his patriotism. He came of age in the turbulent 1960s, attending first Temple University in Philadelphia, then Syracuse University in the middle of New York State, earning degrees in mathematics.

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The Hindu Temple and Cultural Center in West Ashley is celebrating the completion of its renovation project and the installation of 14 Murtis — Hindu deities — sculpted in India. The three-day event is April 28-30 at 1740 Jervey Ave., off Orange Grove Road.

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When Clay Ross, all excited about the idea of forming a band, brought a few Gullah songs to his mates, drummer Quentin Baxter and trumpet player Charlton Singleton listened politely, acknowledged their colleague’s zeal over his “discovery,” then looked at each other and smiled.

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  • By Norris Burkes
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The author of Ecclesiastes says there is “a time to every purpose under the heaven; a time to be born, and a time to die.” In my job as health care chaplain, I’ve seen both of these times.

  • By Norris Burkes
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Do you ever have such good start to your day that you could describe it with the Mary Poppins moniker, “practically perfect in every way”? In the years I served as a pediatric chaplain, those days were hard to find.

  • By Norris Burkes
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First, I need to assure you that my wife, Becky, only wears dead things around her neck during S-week. That’s the week she challenges her pre-kindergarten class of 4-year-olds to wear something that starts with the letter "S."

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Delegates for The Diocese of South Carolina, a conservative Anglican group that separated from The Episcopal Church in 2012, chose on Saturday to join the Anglican Church in North America. The unanimous vote was cast at the Diocese's convention held at St. Paul’s Church in Summerville.

Ten years ago, I was working as the Chaplain for Women and Children in a local pediatric hospital, visiting patients in our oncology ward and ICUs. I spent most days visiting children and their parents, but sometimes it was the staff that needed my attention.

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