Threshold Repertory Theatre: Becky Shaw – September 1-18th

BeckyShawWritten by Gina Ginofriddo
Directed by Jay Danner

“I’m OK. And I’m going to have fun.”

We open our 7th season with Law & Order and House of Cards writer-producer Gina Gionfriddo’s Obie Award winning and Pulitzer Prize finalist, Becky Shaw. In this show, directed by Jay Director, a newlywed couple fixes up two romantically challenged friends: wife’s best friend, meet husband’s sexy and strange new co-worker. When an evening calculated to bring happiness takes a dark turn, crisis and comedy ensue in a wickedly funny play that asks what we owe the people we love and the strangers who land on our doorstep.

“Gina Gionfriddo’s comedy of bad manners, a tangled tale of love, sex and ethics among a quartet of men and women in their thirities is an engrossing as it is feriously funny like a big box of fireworks fizzing and crackling across the stage from its first moments to its last…deftly plotted, scabrous and sharp-witted…One of the great pleasures of BECKY SHAW is the way the moral ground keeps shifting underneath your feet.” – The New York Times

The prefect nourishment for theatergoers starved for a dramatic conflagration or two…Gionfriddo’s creations talk with rat-tat-tat ferocity…the laughs flow freely.” – Associated Press

September 1 – 18
Thursday – Saturday @ 7:30pm
Last two Sundays @ 3pm
Adults $25, Seniors $20, Students/Military $15

Location:  Threshold Repertory Theatre, 84 1/2 Society Street, Charleston, SC.

(Photo credit:  TRT website)

-Submitted by Ilse Calcagno

Turtle Patrol Weekly Summary 8/28/16

During Friday’s inventory of Nest #46 the inventory crew found two unique golden-colored hatchlings.  One had already hatched and the other was just coming out of its shell.  Their golden color was very striking and beautiful.  We thought you’d like to see a few photos.

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Monday, August 22 – It was a beautiful morning on the beach with a gorgeous sunrise.

Zone 1: Indentation on Nest #45

Zone 2: Crab hole on Nest #49 with shells which were buried. (See picture)image1 (3)

Zone 3: Nothing new to report.

Zone 4: Indentation on Nest #48.

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Charleston Museum Fall Lecture Series Starts September 7th

FallLecture2017 Fall Lecture Series- New Uses for Old Collections: Historical DNA Insights from Natural History Collections of Amphibians and Reptiles

On September 7, at 6:00 pm, The Charleston Museum’s 2017 Fall Lecture Series will begin with a presentation by Dr. Bryan Stuart, New Uses for Old Collections: Historical DNA Insights from Natural History Collections of Amphibians and Reptiles.

This series will focus on Natural History, raising awareness for the Museum’s Natural History Gallery renovation project. Other lectures will include:

October 12 – Natural History Curator Matthew Gibson on Technology and Paleontology – 3D Scanning Fossils.

November 9 – Becca Barnet of Sisal and Tow on The Art of Taxidermy.

All lectures in this series are FREE and open to the public!
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Charleston Cabaret Theatre 2016-2017 Season Line Up

CPACWelcome To The Stage …
Our 2016-2017 Season!

It’s our Third Season!
Our 2016-17 Season line up includes five all-original dance musicals and music revues, and one full book musical. These six shows will continue to display the talent and creativity of our Artistic Director, Kirk Pfeiffer; and showcase the talented guest artists and local performers who are cast.

Location:  The Charleston Performing Arts Center, North Charleston, SC

DiscoDISCO | September 23 – October 23
A celebration of those boogie nights and the songs and moves that gave us all a Saturday night fever!


HolidayHOLIDAY CABARET | November 26 – December 23
This warm and cheery cabaret is stuffed with the holiday songs you love, from classics to modern standards.

BandstandBANDSTAND | January 27, 2017 – February 26
Let’s go to the hop and jive through the decades of the best pop hits from the 1950s and 1960s.
Smooth and sultry, scatting and riffs, hot licks, heavy beats, and the big time–nothing can beat the era of Jazz!

The story of Charles and Diana – their courtship, marriage, and eventual divorce as told from Diana’s perspective. This tale of her relationship with the public and the Royal Family portrays the evolution of young Diana into the intelligent, mature woman who became the most famous woman in the world.

FollyOH FOLLY NIGHTS! | June 23 – July 30
A cool and breezy romp evoking sunny beach days, transistor radios playing your favorite beach tunes, and shagging on the Pier! Sunday evening performances include an After-Show Shag Party!

(Photo credit:  Charleston Cabaret Theatre website)

-Submitted by Tidelines Editor

Freshfields Village – Music on the Green – The Counts – September 2nd

Music on the Green
09/02/2016, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Join us each Friday evening from 6:00 to 9:00 pm for a complimentary concert on the Village Green! This week’s Music on the Green features The Counts. Guests are encouraged to bring a beach chair or blanket for the event.

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Dog Friendly 5K Run/Hike – September 17th

TidelinesArtic3Dog Friendly 5K Run/Hike

The Barrier Island 5K Run/Hike has become a tradition at St. Christopher. In it’s fourth year running, the beautiful 5K tour through St. Christopher’s property is one of the best ways to find your way out to camp, as well as supporting the ministry of this place. Grab doggo and get a little exercise with your furry companion! All 5K proceeds are allocated to funding our Barrier Island Local Outreach Program. We are looking for businesses and individuals to work with us as sponsors for this coming year’s race. Participants are welcome to walk the beautiful beach of Seabrook Island after the race. So mark your calendars for September 17th, we will see you then!

Go to for more information and to register.

-Submitted byLibby Dallis

Brown & White Pickup Friday, September 2

Friday, September 2, is the monthly Brown & unnamed (4)White pickup day. Bulk items can be left curbside by 7:00am. Place items including furniture, appliances, grills, lawn furniture, or other similar household items where you would normally leave your trash and recycling. Hazardous waste such as old paint cans, electronics, batteries, fluorescent lights, and old yard or household chemicals can be dropped off at the Maintenance area (adjacent to the Community Garden) that morning.

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100 Years Old Today!

Our National Park Service, that great American treasure, is celebrating its 100th birthday today, August 25th.  But did you know, that any American citizen or permanent resident aged 62 or older can purchase a lifetime Senior Pass for $10 allowing access to all National Parks as well facilities operated by Fish and Wildlife Services, Forest Service, Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation, Bureau of Land Management?  Yes, $10 for life! For more information visit You’ll need to visit one of the facilities included above and provide proof of age and residency.

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