Pepper Man
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Posted by t.safdi
Smokin’ Ed Currie knows a little something about all things hot. He is, after all, the founder, president, mad scientist and chef at PuckerButt Pepper Company. And that company is the world record-holder to the world’s hottest pepper, Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper.... + continue reading
Military Connected Students
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Posted by t.safdi
The Education Oversight Committee (EOC) released a report in mid-March that examines the performance of military-connected children - children who have at least one parent or guardian who is connected to the United States military. The study shows that South Carolina students with a military parent... + continue reading
walking
Monday, March 30, 2015
Posted by k.geer
Walking desks, may be a thing of the past. According to an article by NPR, desks that feature a treadmill built in have shown very little improvement in people’s over all health. A small study of forty-one people “looked at whether the desk helped overweight and obese people get more... + continue reading
Drone
Monday, March 30, 2015
Posted by t.safdi
It seems like drones are in the news on a regular basis these days. When most people hear the word “drone,” the picture that comes to mind is something military like drone strikes or surveillance, but South Carolina is home to an award-winning drone team that has found some innovative... + continue reading
State Hose
Friday, March 27, 2015
Posted by t.safdi
On this episode of Palmetto Scene, South Carolina is halfway through the legislative session so we will look at what the House and Senate have passed and what is to come for the rest of the year. Also, American Graduate's latest feature on the Cougar New Tech program in Colleton... + continue reading
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Pepper Man
Smokin’ Ed Currie knows a little something about all things hot. He is, after all, the founder, president, mad scientist and chef at PuckerButt Pepper Company. And that company is the world record-holder to the world’s hottest pepper, Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper.     Ed started his journey to the... + continue reading
Kay Stanley
Kay Stanley only made it two days into retirement before she knew it just wasn’t for her. She is, after all, a creative type who craves that visual expression and inspiration from the people around her. It was only after she and her husband moved to South Carolina’s coast on Daufuskie Island that she found her second career as a... + continue reading

Arts & Culture

Monday, 03/23/15
The people behind SpeedTree Cinema software are in the business of growing fake trees to send to Hollywood and video game producers. The Lexington-based interactive data visualization center is... + continue reading

Business & Economy

Myrtle Beach
Wednesday, 03/25/15
With many people heading to a spring break destination soon, a South Carolina tourist hotspot has received recognition by two different outlets. Readers of USA Today have voted Myrtle Beach the top... + continue reading

Education

Military Connected Students
Tuesday, 03/31/15
The Education Oversight Committee (EOC) released a report in mid-March that examines the performance of military-connected children - children who have at least one parent or guardian who is... + continue reading

Health

walking
Monday, 03/30/15
Walking desks, may be a thing of the past. According to an article by NPR, desks that feature a treadmill built in have shown very little improvement in people’s over all health. A small study... + continue reading

Politics

State House
Friday, 03/27/15
Recently, Treasurer Curtis Loftis began campaigning against a proposed bill that would change regulations for S.C.’s $30 billion pension fund, reports Greenville Online. Loftis believes that... + continue reading

Technology

Drone
Monday, 03/30/15
It seems like drones are in the news on a regular basis these days. When most people hear the word “drone,” the picture that comes to mind is something military like drone strikes or... + continue reading