Every Tuesday morning, 92-year-old James Alewine waits on his young friend, 71-year-old Lawrence Clair, to pick him up at his home in Summerville. Every week, these two men make a 30-mile trip to various parts of Dorchester County. They’re not going to the doctor, they’re delivering meals to…
The keys to success for a proposed new Myrtle Beach college football bowl game include Gamecocks and Tigers, hermit crabs and BBQ and maybe a few tough holes of miniature golf
Jake Bentley's football leadership skills have been on display since he arrived on the University of South Carolina campus. Gamecocks head coach Will Muschamp raves about the junior quarterback at every opportunity, lauding his skills on and off the field.
We’re gonna talk about one of God’s little creatures today that continues to torment me. It is an inventive and crafty creature that constantly takes from others, and may even privately laugh at people’s efforts to circumvent his daily, devilish deeds.
South Carolina's NCAA baseball tournament surge and postseason dives by Clemson and College of Charleston come down to the same regular-season factor: It's the conference games, stupid
Alex Hursey embraces his summer job at Burbage’s Self-Serve Grocery on Charleston’s Broad Street, where he works as star sandwich-maker, meat slicer and restocker. The former Summerville High School pitcher thinks the gig helped prepare him for one of the best performances of this year’s NCA…
Maligned for much of the last two seasons, the super regional-bound South Carolina baseball team deserves a fan fest
Clemson's loss to Vanderbilt caps the worst home regional stretch in NCAA baseball tournament history, tying Georgia Tech with three straight home regionals lost and then some
When you walk into this 1,000-square-foot shop on Church Street, you immediately notice two things: the smell of coffee and the sound of laughter. That’s not a bad combination, no matter the time of day or day of the week.
Atlanta Braves minor league field coordinator Dave Trembley, former Charleston minor league manager, says the team is so stocked with prospects that MLB's severe international signings penalties will not halt progress
We need a plan, something cheap yet effective to steer these folks elsewhere. We need to start promoting other states.
Clemson, remarkably consistent except for a four-game losing streak in March and a three-game losing streak in April, has what it takes to reach what might be a Tallahassee Super Regional for the ages.
There is only one good way for Clemson to respond to the real or perceived slight of not getting a national seed in the NCAA baseball tournament: win all the way to Omaha.
She was in the 8th grade and sitting on her aunt's front porch in New Jersey. Using pen and ink, she began to draw a diner across the street. When little Mary was finished, her aunt was sure the owners would want to see it and might even want to buy it. As Mary stayed on the porch, the aunt …
As expected, Clemson on Sunday night was included among the NCAA Tournament selection committee’s 16 picks for regional host sites. That gives the Tigers a huge advantage in pursuit of a spot in the super regionals next week, but landing one of the eight national seeds during the full bracke…
The NFL will allow particularly conflicted players to stay in the locker room for the national anthem. Colleges won’t allow exceptionally patriotic players out of the locker room for the national anthem.
Bobby Hartin this spring is celebrating 25 years as the host of the Kirkman Radio Network’s Fan Talk, the Lowcountry’s lone locally-produced afternoon radio sports show for most of the last quarter century.
South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp’s consideration for Clemson and/or Georgia success when he sets out a recruiting strategy? "Nothing." Which is exactly the right approach.
If you’ve lived in the Lowcountry for any amount of time, then you’ve met at least one or two or 20 people from Ohio. I have no idea how many could possibly be left in the Buckeye State, but they sure do like it here.
I bet you thought it would never happen, the opportunity to place a bet on a Clemson-South Carolina football game while stopping by the store to pick up mac and cheese supplies.
City Council, in order to ensure the health and vitality of all its citizens, has voted to ban smoking in public parks effective Jan. 1, 2019.
Kathleen Wilson moved to Charleston in 1987, fresh out of grad school at the age of 24. With her, a car packed with dreams and a very large harp. She would marry, raise a family, serve on City Council and play with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra for 31 years. Tonight, she’ll enter the Sou…
Deshaun Watson wore a Kelly green suit Friday night while appearing as the featured speaker at The CHARLEYS.
College of Charleston pitcher Carter Love was there every step of the way, part of a championship-winning team — before he was born.
The problem is, that question — which will be on the June 12 Republican primary ballot — is Orwellian malarkey designed to take away your choice.
The Post and Courier considered many featured guest speaker options for its first annual ESPY-style program celebrating the greatest moments in South Carolina sports, and we were willing to throw in a gift basket containing pralines.
"Have you ever ovulated?" Sen. Margie Bright Matthews asked Sen. Richard Cash in the debate. Yeah, that's where we were.
Call the State Infrastructure Bank in Columbia and demand the money that board members dedicated a decade ago to finish Interstate 526.
We re-built this city on baseball fun. If you have seen a Charleston RiverDogs game at The Joe — had a Coastal Shrimp Burger, taken in the marsh views, given co-owner Bill Murray a fist bump — you have honored the process.
On Thursday, the 120th anniversary of her birth, College of Charleston will dedicate a historical marker at 105 Wentworth St., where Septima Poinsette Clark began her extraordinary life.
Jerry Richardson brought the NFL to the Carolinas when most salaried experts thought league owners would give St. Louis or Baltimore an expansion franchise to make up for a recently moved team. The former Hardee’s co-founder and food service magnate brought Sam Mills, Kevin Greene, Bank of A…
A quick "did you know" fact as we gather for our weekly cup of coffee. In 1902, a business on King Street called Star Vaudeville Theatre was closed. The city fathers decided this particular business was bringing in too many lascivious characters. A successful furniture salesman by the name o…
There has never been so much high-profile scrutiny, off-the-record innuendo and intrigue. No, not Washington politics or Kanye tweets.
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