Archive: March, 2009

The Charleston Arts Coalition Wants Your Feedback!

Posted on 03/23/09 No Comments

The Charleston Arts Coalition is inviting Musicians, Artists, Performers, Dancers, Architects, Designers, Filmmakers, Writers, Poets, Publishers, Chefs, Patrons, and Visual & Performing Arts Organizations and creatives alike to take the Charleston Arts Coalition survey now for a chance to win a free years membership or a gift certificate to local creative businesses such as Plum […]

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Jason Calacanis Will Pay $250,000 to Twitter

Posted on 03/13/09 No Comments

There are still many people out there that have no idea what Twitter is nor will ever have a need to use it. However, some go as far as paying money to be listed on Twitter’s 100 suggested users list that is offered to those that sign up on Twitter. Note, I have not received […]

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Rally Roast and Ride Oyster Roast on March 27-28 in Charleston, SC

Posted on 03/12/09 No Comments

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83MvihEXO74] Rally, Roast and Ride is a two-day event benefiting the Charleston Breast Center. The event kicks off with a Rally, Roast and Ride Oyster Roast on Friday, March 27, from 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Gold Bug Island located in Mount Pleasant, and will continue on Saturday, March 28 at 1:00 p.m. with Rally and Ride […]

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Kindle App Now Available on iPhone

Posted on 03/12/09 No Comments

Since Al Katz’ book “A Journey with Mac: Rediscovering the Fundamentals of Business” is now available on Kindle, I was very excited to learn that free Kindle app showed up in the iPhone App Store for use on iPhones and iTouches—making all 240,000-plus Amazon titles available for the millions of iPhone users. Amazon’s Kindle feature […]

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RE/MAX Withdrawing its Opposition to Rehava’s Federal Trademark Registration

Posted on 03/12/09 No Comments

Wow, what an outcome! RE/MAX just sent a notice that the company was withdrawing its opposition to the federal trademark registration of rehava.com. The Post and Courier story that broke the news was followed by stories in other on-line publications including Jim Kimmons’ Guide to Real Estate Business on About.com and in the Charleston Regional […]

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The Rēhava- Real Estate Store to Represent I’On Group’s Mixson Homes

Posted on 03/11/09 No Comments

rēhava – Real Estate Store announced this week that it will be the exclusive, on-site brokerage representing homes in Mixson, the award-winning I’On Group neighborhood in Park Circle. Earlier this year the I’On Group decided to cease operations of I’On Group Realty to focus on its core mission of developing and managing distinctive new urban […]

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America’s Great Loop Cruisers Meet in Charleston, April 6-9

Posted on 03/09/09 No Comments

The America’s Great Loop Cruisers’ Association just announced its annual Spring Rendezvous and Reunion. The three-day long festivities, seminars and workshops will take place on April 6-9, 2009. The boats will be moored at the City Marina and the Rendezvous seminars and events will be held at the Town & Country Inn on Savannah Highway […]

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America’s Great Loop Featured in Southern Boating Magazine

Posted on 03/09/09 No Comments

The Southern Boating Magazine wrote a three part article about America’s Great Loop. http://www.southernboating.com/archives/668 The Great Loop is the continuous waterway that encompasses the eastern portion of North America – including the Atlantic and Gulf Intracoastal Waterways, the Great Lakes, the Canadian Heritage Canals, and the inland rivers of America’s heartland. It is considered one […]

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RE/MAX vs. rehava.com – A Big Corporate Guy Picking on a Small Guy

Posted on 03/08/09 2 Comments

After two days of voting on charleston.net, overwhelming 11901 votes or 98% of votes say that rehava’s logo is NOT similar to RE/MAX’s one. Earlier this week, RE/MAX decided to go after rehava.com for its logo, claiming that rehava’s logo is too similar to its own. Judging from the response to RE/MAX’s notice of opposition, […]

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New arts coalition hopes to unite and inspire creative community in Charleston

Posted on 03/05/09 No Comments

The Charleston Arts Coalition Carnival: It’s a Bloco was a smashing success! Hundreds of people attended the festive event. The Charleston Arts Coalition set out to unite and inspire Charleston “creatives.” The coalition is currently gathering information to set a firm direction for the future. The coalition was created by the people and for the […]

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