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November 5, 2019

Today Clark Mills is practically forgotten in Charleston, in spite of the fact that his studio at 51 Broad St. has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. As a self-taught sculptor, Mills pioneered new techniques in bronze casting, built his own foundr...

September 9, 2019

Three-and-a-quarter centuries of Jewish life in Charleston

Part III: A Synagogue, Communal Life and Dissension

We saw in last month’s article that Charleston’s Jews began to increase in numbers in the 1730s and played an active role in the commercial life of Charles Town...

July 8, 2019

The chosen people in the Holy City

Part I: The Beginnings

Jews are not newcomers to Charleston. The first settlement in the new colony of Carolina was in 1670 across the Ashley River from what is now Charleston. Within a decade, the settlement had been moved to the penin...

October 1, 2014

By Robert Salvo


A short stroll up King Street is sufficient to see that it remains the pulsing heart of Charleston’s commercial district. However, those of you who read Dan Henderson’s insightful column in the last edition of the salmon sheets — and anyone who visited...

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Charleston’s beacon by the sea

October 2, 2019

Both long-term residents and newcomers may readily see see the unrelenting change in coastal landscape. Some is gradual; some is swift and dramatic. I...

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