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This week's theme was church steeples, and we had plenty of solid Charleston submissions (which is to be expected from residents of a place with the nickname the Holy City). We received some cool shots from abroad as well.

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I understand that stray dogs, especially in packs, can be a nuisance, but they are not to blame for being there, and there are alternatives to wounding or killing them.

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Charleston has a long tradition of slowing down its arts scene in the summer days following Spoleto. But it may well be that these days, there is no compelling reason for a Charleston summer to be a cultural bummer.

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On just over an acre of land, Linda Geronilla's home stands out from others in the neighborhood. It's not the solar panels on her home's roof that won her national awards for energy conservation, but the sprawling natural growth of her front and back yard — layers of gardening based on the permaculture gardening model. 

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These buildings have endless stories to tell us, and their doors invite us in to stay and listen for awhile.

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The Spirit of South Carolina, a replica tall ship built in Charleston, will stay afloat — and perhaps more active than ever — thanks in large measure to a new affiliation with the College of Charleston, according to its executive director, Fletcher Meyers.