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Tales of Beaufort's Robert Smalls come to life in novel
Tales of Beaufort's Robert Smalls come to life in novel

"Trouble the Water" by Rebecca Dwight Bruff is a finely crafted historical fiction novel

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Pro-am dance competition allows all to strut their stuff
Pro-am dance competition allows all to strut their stuff

Some readers might not be familiar with the term "pro-am."

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Give a listen to old favorites, new voices, vibrant messages
Mokoomba performs during the 2019 Savannah Music Festival. FRANK STEWART
Give a listen to old favorites, new voices, vibrant messages

Getting the most out of the many opportunities provided by the Savannah Music Festival

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SOBA offers Summer  Art Camp for kids
SOBA offers Summer Art Camp for kids

Registration is open for the Society of Bluffton Artists Summer Art Camp for kids

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Black Arts poet to speak at BoArt
Horace Mungin
Black Arts poet to speak at BoArt

Horace Mungin, a writer and poet from the period known as the Black Arts Movement (1965-1975)

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Abstract group presents biennial exhibit at Museum gallery
"Dots All Folks" by Vickie Jourdan
Abstract group presents biennial exhibit at Museum gallery

"Above and Beyond," a collection of abstract works by local artists, will be on exhibit March 1 through April 30

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Heading to Beaufort? Stop and rest a while on artful benches
Artist Omar Patterson sits on the "Lowcountry Dreaming" bench he created for the Beaufort Black Chamber of Commerce. COURTESY BEAUFORT CULTURAL DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD
Heading to Beaufort? Stop and rest a while on artful benches

Residents and visitors to the City of Beaufort might notice new painted benches dotted around downtown

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Do the hustle and dance like it's the '70s
Gia Jaggers and Sandro Virag demonstrate how to "do the hustle." CINDA SEAMON
Do the hustle and dance like it's the '70s

The hustle is one of my favorite social dances.

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Book tells tales of living, learning, teaching on sea island
Book tells tales of living, learning, teaching on sea island

"Daufuskie Daze" is the first book written by Jim Alberto, and what a story he has to tell.

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Salsa comes in many 'flavors,' from mild to hot and spicy
Salsa is danced in various styles, as demonstrated by Gia Jaggers and Sandro Virag, but all are based on the original Cuban style. CINDA SEAMON
Salsa comes in many 'flavors,' from mild to hot and spicy

Salsa today is much like Swing or Jitterbug - everyone seems to know some version of it or at least has heard of it.

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PULSE Art + Technology Festival returns Jan. 23-26
"Robotic Voice Activated Word Kicking Machine," 2016, by Neil Mendoza. Materials include baritone horns, tubing, microphone, speakers, mechanical foot, projector, software written in open Frameworks.
PULSE Art + Technology Festival returns Jan. 23-26

Telfair Museums continues to lead the conversation in art and technology

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