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Where did you learn about personal finance? Did a patient parent explain the difference between spending for what you need versus what you want? Or perhaps a dedicated teacher helped you understand the complexities of saving and investing in the modern world. If you did have someone teach you...
When you eat, how do you know when you’re done? What factors do you use to determine this? The answer can seem straight-forward: When I’m full. But actually, most people don’t use fullness as a cue. Instead, they use external cues to determine when they should stop eating: When is the plate empty...
The Charleston Police Department has signed on to the National 30x30 Pledge, which aims to bring more women into policing to improve public safety, community outcomes, and trust in law enforcement.   The activities of this pledge help assess the current state of a department with regard to...
Nobel Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro’s newest work is a look into the near future. “Klara and the Sun” is the story of an Artificial Friend purchased for a young girl who is afflicted with an unnamed illness. Is it a musing on the future of AI or a metaphor for religion? You decide. The idea of “...
When I moved to Daniel Island in 1997, Clements Ferry Road was one lane in each direction with a pine forest hugging both sides of the road. A few homes and a business or two was tucked off the throughway. There was no shoulder and it felt like you were driving in a tunnel. Older residents of...
Change needed to combat noise   The headline accompanying your Readers’ Poll [on leaf blower noise] could have read 57% of respondents believe change is necessary, while only 28% choose the status quo. The challenge in answering your poll was choosing between the two definitions of change:...
  Given a little time on one of our island trails, most folks could probably point out a bird’s nest.  Many could identify a squirrel’s nest, too. But if I asked you to show me a fish nest, would you think I was crazy, or perhaps that I might be joking?     I promise that fish nests are...
As we recognize Sunshine Week and the positive impact of open government and Freedom of Information laws, it’s important to recognize the nexus between the significant work newspapers across the state provide to their communities and the ability of reporters and citizens to access that...
There is a light at the end of the tunnel. It is a glorious heaping of cadmium yellow oil pigment on the tip of an artist’s brush stroked on a stretched linen canvas in a manner that shows freedom.     Freedom of expression through impressionistic art is a movement that began in the 1800s by...
Sunshine is great. But it only matters if you take advantage of it. The following situation has played out at public meetings recently: Concerned resident: “I’m upset because I had no idea this was going on.” Public official: “Well, we’ve had announcements on the radio. And information has been...

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