Category Archives: Hospitality/Tourism

Tall Ship Gunilla in town through Saturday

TALL SHIP GUNILLA CHARLESTON MARITIME CENTER 10 Wharfside Street APRIL 26 – MAY 2, 2015 The Swedish tall ship Gunilla is visiting the City of Charleston with another stay at the Charleston Maritime Center through May 2nd.  This is her tenth visit to Charleston.  The ship is a beautiful 160’ Barkentine with 50 students and…
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Yorktown receives $26,000 grant for engine room work

National Park Service and SCANA Grants Will Help Bring the USS YORKTOWN’s Technology will use STEM concepts to teach method of steam propulsion MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. – Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum guests will soon have the chance to see, hear and feel what it was like in one of the most dangerous and…
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Cypress Gardens welcomes popular author Mary Alice Monroe

Literary Tea Features Book Reading and Autographed Copy of The Lowcountry Summer Trilogy: The Summer’s End   (Moncks Corner, SC) --- Cypress Gardens proudly presents a summer afternoon tea with one of the Lowcountry’s favorite authors, Mary Alice Monroe. Guests will enjoy hot and cold teas and a delightful buffet while listening to Monroe read excerpts…
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Joel Lucas named executive chef at Eli’s Table

JOEL LUCAS NAMED EXECUTIVE CHEF OF ELI’S TABLE -Introduces New Menu with Lowcountry Flair- CHARLESTON, SC, April 29, 2015 – Joel Lucas has been named executive chef of Eli’s Table, a neighborhood restaurant located on Meeting Street in the heart of downtown Charleston. Chef Joel brings more than two decades of culinary expertise to Eli’s…
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