THE WILD SILENCE: A Memoir. By Raynor Winn. Penguin. 288 pages. $21.95.
Adam Parker has covered many beats and topics for The Post and Courier, including race and history, religion, and the arts. He is the author of "Outside Agitator: The Civil Rights Struggle of Cleveland Sellers Jr.," published by Hub City Press.
A project spearheaded by Clemson University's Warren Lasch Conservation Center, located on the former Charleston Naval Base, will ensure the fragile canoe can be preserved. The conservation team is seeking guidance from representatives of South Carolina's many Native tribes.
S.C. Battlefield Trust recently secured 31 acres in Colleton County after archaeological surveys determined the borders of the Battle of Parker's Ferry, a noteworthy skirmish that inflicted severe damage to British forces.
Charleston native Haywood Robinson has published a memoir titled "Chasing Pleasure with Pain," which chronicles her struggles with mental illness.
A socially distanced interview with Robert Greene, professor of history at Claflin University.
A collaboration that includes "citizen science" is meant to help address impacts of the State Ports Authority's new Hugh K. Leatherman container shipping terminal on nearby neighborhoods. The danger of particulate matter found in diesel emissions is just one of several issues.
The group members will lead public programs in their respective communities in the year ahead. Each will receive $50,000. The Academy also will provide more than $100,000 to 14 local nonprofits that have agreed to support the fellows’ proposed projects.
The application, produced by the company Pavement Technology, contains titanium dioxide, which absorbs pollutants and reduces surface temperatures. It also could add years of life to roads paved with asphalt.