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December 3, 2014

By Robert Salvo

 

For most of Charleston’s history the industries that have supported the Lowcountry have also been the most visible. In an earlier era, this would have meant the cotton warehouses on our waterfront; a generation ago, it was the sprawling Navy Base. T...

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DOWNTOWN

Burbage's

173 Meeting Street, rack

(just below Market St.)

 

WEST OF THE ASHLEY

Terrace Oaks Antiques, rack, 2307 Maybank Hwy. 

EAST OF THE COOPER

Harris Teeter, outside rack,

Houston-Northcutt Blvd.

The Village Bookseller, 761 Coleman Blvd

Mt. Pleasant Library, outside rack, Mathis Ferry Rd & Shelmore

Pitt St. Pharmacy

Saltwater Cowboys

The Wreck

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Nearly 20 years ago, an editor noted that we are “… not the West Ashley Mercury, not the Peninsula Mercury, not the James Island Mercury…” To this day, we remain a publication for the entire Lowcountry. We send each month’s print edition to fifty fine neighborhoods in our area and to subscribers in to 34 states.  For thousands of Charleston Mercury readers, we continue the mission as he simply stated it — “to bring attention to what makes the real Lowcountry tick.” We hope all those who care about our arts, culture, outdoors, quality of life and all that "pluff mud magic" that We People love so dear will enjoy these "salmon sheets."
 

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