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More than 2,000 dolls will fill two levels at the Charleston Maritime Center for a four-day expo organized by the nonprofit B.R.I.G.H.T. Historical Organization. The expo, called “Black Footprints: Blacks Past and Present,” is meant to provide positive role models and build self-esteem among…

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North Charleston-based Unity Church will take part in an international interfaith event undertaken simultaneously by religious institutions in 16 cities nationally, and in Faisalabad, Pakistan; Kashmir, India; and three cities in Uganda.

  • By Norris Burkes
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The tapping on the door was more a defeated plea than a knock. The sound focused inward so as not to draw the attention of curious ears.

  • By Norris Burkes
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“Why can’t THESE people drive?” asked a frustrated American worker taking me through rush-hour traffic in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, last week.

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The College of Charleston’s Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program will soon get a new director. Ezra Cappell, a New York native who has spent the past 17 years at the University of Texas at El Paso, will take the baton of Jewish Studies from retiring director Martin Perlmutter on July 1.

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When the late Oliver Sacks, a professed lover of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, subjected himself to the claustrophobia-inducing MRI machine so that researchers might map brain activity as he listened to music, the results affirmed the neurologist’s musical preferences.

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The disassociated Diocese of South Carolina, which left The Episcopal Church in 2012 and sued to retain its name and property, lost its battle in the state courts in August last year when the Supreme Court issued a set of five opinions that, overall, favored The Episcopal Church and its rema…