Maybe you will recall a few more details from your school days, or gather them by searching John Laurens online. If so, you’ll know that he died at the battle of Tar Bluff on the Combahee River, an estuary of St. Helena Sound (now part of the ACE Basin).
Adam Parker has covered many beats and topics for The Post and Courier, including race in America, religion, and the arts. He is the author of "Outside Agitator: The Civil Rights Struggle of Cleveland Sellers Jr.," published by Hub City Press.
Local Gullah storyteller Carolyn E. White and co-author Shelia L. Anderson have published White's memoir, "Jabulile, The Gullah Storyteller: T…
Charleston gallery hosts virtual show of new photography
Miss Emily, as she was called, was the founder of the Charleston Singer’s Guild, now called the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and a former accompanist at the College of Charleston, where she worked with choral groups.
The city of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department, unable to use the Charleston Area Convention Center, Performing Arts Center and Coliseum campus as a venue for mounting visual art exhibitions during the coronavirus pandemic, will begin to use a new Park Circle space beginning next month.
Visual artists always have been ahead of the times, but now the times are catching up.