My ginger (orange color) long hair cat slipped out last night Saturday 2/27. His name is Split Pea but he is very shy and will hide. He has never been outside of the house before so he could be scared and lost.
Charleston is gearing up for the Annual Spoleto festival – – a festival of music, theatre, opera, dance and artist talks. It’s time to check out the schedule and buy some tickets while they’re still available. The festival will be held from May 27 through June 12th. Don’t miss this opportunity to see some fabulous talent at venues across Charleston!
NS2 & CMH Present An Evening With:
March 19 8:00 pm
Doors Open: 7:00 PM Show Starts: 8:00 PM
Tickets Can Also Be Purchased online by clicking here, at the Music Hall Box Office: 37 John Street (843-853-2252), or through Etix (1-800-514-3849)
George Winston grew up mainly in Montana, and also spent his later formative years in Mississippi and Florida. During this time, his favorite music was instrumental rock and instrumental R&B, including Floyd Cramer, the Ventures, Booker T & The MG’s, Jimmy Smith, and many more. Inspired by R&B, jazz, Blues and rock (especially the Doors), George began playing organ in 1967. In 1971 he switched to the acoustic piano after hearing recordings from the 1920s and the 1930s by the legendary stride pianists Thomas “Fats” Waller and the late Teddy Wilson. In addition to working on stride piano, he also at this time came up with his own style of melodic instrumental music on solo piano, called folk piano.
Carifest Salute to Women is an International Women’s Day celebration presented by SC Caribbean Culture & Heritage. The theme is “Gender Equality for Women and Girls,” and will feature keynote speaker Dr Tashni Ann Dubroy, president of Shaw University, and recipient of the “2016 Salute to Women Award.”
Chairman Kortvelesy informed the Planning Committee (PC) that the Focus for the Year would be “Make Seabrook the Best It Can Possibly Be”. Success with this should have a positive impact on property values and visitors to the island.
In the March meeting, the PC will review the 2015 SIPOA Committees Final Reports and compare to the approved Strategic Plan for 2016.
In the Annual meeting some of the “take aways” were the continued challenges with aging housing that is not maintained or upgraded. This includes both single family homes and villas. The property owners need to ask themselves if their property would be considered marketable if they listed to sell. The PC should identify resources to help property owners.
Seabrookers Lou Musante, Terri Aulenbacher, Tricia Trent (left to right) were three members of the “litter brigade” who volunteered to pick up trash along both sides of Betsy Kerrison Parkway as well as the median last Saturday. (Cut line for vol. pic)
Mary Torello, Adopt a Highway coordinator for the island was full of praise for the group of men and women who took a couple of hours from their busy day to help keep our little slice of Paradise welcoming to friends and family.
The next pick up date is May 7. Volunteers will meet at 8:30 am at the Lake House. Please contact Mary Torello to volunteer at Mary.firstname.lastname@example.org
“Master” Coastal Landscape Painter Sergio Roffo
Presents at Guild Meeting and Teach a 2 day Workshop.
Both his demonstration and workshop is open to all Seabrookers!!
The Seabrook Island Artist Guild will again welcome one the country’s premier coastal marine painters at its March 15th meeting at the Lake House, Live Oak room at 3:00 p.m. Sergio Roffo, an elected “Fellow” member of both the American Society of Marine Artists and the Guild of Boston Artists, holds the honor of being one of the youngest artists to be designated a “Copley Master” by the Copley Society of Boston. Mr. Roffo will show his work, discuss and demonstrate his artistic process and follow with a two-day workshop on March 16th and 17th. To see his beautiful work, go to WWW.SERGIOROFFO.COM.
Mr. Roffo has been inspired by the work of American traditional painters such as Inness & Bierstadt, among others and his representations of coastal landscapes reveal a luminous, masterful feeling. Upon viewing his art, you will discover a precise sense of value and atmospheric perspective that conveys a relaxed sense of calmness; a characteristic that defines and informs all of his works.
The Jazz Diva Presents An Evening With:
Friday, August 19th at the Charleston Music Hall
Doors Open: 7:00PM Show Starts: 8:00PM
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Boney James dislikes labels and refuses any and all of them. “In fact, I have never thought of myself as a ‘jazz’ artist specifically,” he says.
Of course, this statement may serve as a source of confusion for the musician’s legion of fans that have scooped up over 3 million copies of his twelve albums (with eight of them going to No. 1 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Chart). It also may seem contradictory to the respected opinions of music critics who consider him one of the most influential jazz artists of his generation. In 2010 Billboard Magazine named him “The No. 3 Top Contemporary Jazz Artist of the Decade.”
Even so, Boney James, who has four Gold albums, three Grammy® nominations, a Soul Train Award and an NAACP Award nomination to his credit, says, “I am just a saxophone player whose music has several different influences. Jazz is only one of them.”
This incredibly accomplished artist — who broke into music in the mid-80s touring with acts such as The Isley Brothers, Morris Day (The Time), Randy Crawford and Teena Marie, and emerged as a solo force in 1992 with his breakthrough debut, Trust — has long been influenced by contemporary R&B.