Archive: February, 2009

Valid Ethics Complaint – Or Just Whining?

Posted on 02/28/09 No Comments

Jim Kimmons of About.com: Real Estate Business reacted to the article by the Charleston Regional Business Journal discussing a grievance filed against rehava for running a clever advertising campaign that created a lot of buzz about the company in Charleston. Jim Kimmons wonders if the reaction of some local real estate brokers is just “whining…” […]

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Amazon Backs Off Text-to-Speech Feature on Kindle

Posted on 02/28/09 No Comments

This February, Amazon launched a new version of its popular e-book reader Kindle 2. The Kindle 2 is thinner (thinner than an iPhone), has a crisper black-and-white display, turns pages much more quickly and should hold its battery charge for about 25 percent longer than the previous model. New features were also supposed to include […]

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Award Winning Charleston Artist J.B. Boyd Presenting Newest Works at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park

Posted on 02/23/09 No Comments

J.B. Boyd’s works are usually on display at Robert Lange Studios but this Friday, February, 27, the City Gallery at Waterfront Park will host an opening reception in honor of J.B. for his newest exhibit, Grey. The reception starts at 6pm. Sponsored by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs in conjunction with the Griffith Visual […]

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Who Would Think that TV Hosts Can Get Excited about a Slope Level…

Posted on 02/19/09 No Comments

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhyHop9zivI] I find it very fascinating how people can greatly improve a product with a simple invention. Watch what the Do-It-Yourself Network Hosts say when they come across the Montgomery Slope Level at a trade show.  It is interesting that a mechanical level that was invented in mid 1600s has not been improved upon since 1920s. Well, […]

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Charleston Fashionistas Read CHARLIE

Posted on 02/19/09 No Comments

CHARLIE is an online magazine that recognizes the forward-thinking people and things that are shaping the future of Charleston; celebrating fashion, society, current issues, travel, food and wine, local people, places, art, design, literature and health & beauty, all bringing fresh and inventive perspective to the Lowcountry. Caroline Nuttall, the publisher of CHARLIE, moved to […]

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Local News and Events on TheDigitel.com

Posted on 02/19/09 No Comments

Charleston is becoming a “digital” city, at least in terms of how many on-line publications launch weekly. Charlestonians used to reading either the Post and Courier or the City Paper to keep informed now have a selection of on-line news sources including charlestoncurrents.com, charleston.net, charlestoncitypaper.com and now thedigitel.com. TheDigitel is becoming the ultimate source for the local news, […]

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Coalition Carnival: It’s a Bloco Featured in the Charleston City Paper

Posted on 02/19/09 No Comments

The Charleston City Paper featured the Coalition Carnival: It’s a Bloco in an article on February 19. However, those who have not sent their rsvps in before Feb. 19 are not going to be able to participate as the carnival reached full capacity. We are very excited about the response from the community. Stay tuned for photos and […]

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Rehava’s Advertising Campaign Sparks Controversy

Posted on 02/16/09 No Comments

Although rehava-real estate store is playing by the book, it is not enough. The company’s challenging of the status quo not received well in Charleston. Read more in the Charleston Regional Business Journal: Rehava ads spark ethics complaint By Molly Parker mparker@scbiznews.com One local real estate company’s ad campaign — encouraging homebuyers to “break up” with […]

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Dori Chitayat, Flamenco Guitar Player, Performs Every Wednesday at Neil Jordan's Steakhouse in Mt. Pleasant, SC

Posted on 02/16/09 No Comments

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cntLy7EmqLM] Dori Chitayat performs every Wednesday night at Neil Jordan’s Steakhouse in Mt. Pleasant, SC and every Saturday night at Med Bistro on James Island, SC. Dori has been a musician and drummer/percussionist for over 25 years. He has performed in rock, jazz and Latin genres as a solo artist as well as being part of […]

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FireFly Vodka

Posted on 02/16/09 No Comments

From Food & Beverage Today, a testimonial to our work. Stylee PR launched FireFly Vodka in 2006. “People love Firefly Vodka. The recent rage in the vodka world has been over sweet tea vodka from Firefly. Talk about a niche marketing success story.”

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