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Shag dancing and beach music, staples of coastal living
Carolina Shag Club members dance at a recent membership party. PHOTO FROM VIDEO BY JEFF KEEFER
Shag dancing and beach music, staples of coastal living

Shag is the state dance of South Carolina

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The benefits of dancing for husbands and wives
Bruce and Carol Huester
The benefits of dancing for husbands and wives

Some married couples might not enjoy spending a lot of "alone" time together.

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Fred and Ginger danced like everyone was watching
Fred Astaire and his longtime dance partner, Ginger Rogers.
Fred and Ginger danced like everyone was watching

Most Americans probably recognize Fred Astaire's name, but how much do people know about him - other than that he was a dancer?

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There's a lot of cooking going on at Kitchen Connection
Kitchen Connection co-owners Christine King, left, and Cindy Stenger.
There's a lot of cooking going on at Kitchen Connection

There's no such thing as too many cooks in the kitchen at The Kitchen Connection in Ridgeland.

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'Beach House for Rent' a satisfying summer read
'Beach House for Rent' a satisfying summer read

The author of 21 books, Mary Alice Monroe continues to deliver characters we love and stories we crave.

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Learn about state's first residents at Morris Center exhibit
Dr. Will Goins will give a presentation June 10 about Native Americans.
Learn about state's first residents at Morris Center exhibit

The Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage will host an opening reception from 1 to 3 p.m. June 10 for its upcoming exhibit, "The First South Carolinians."

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Real men do dance (and women dig it)
Traditional dance partners include a man and woman, especially in ballroom dancing. PHOTO BY CINDA SEAMON
Real men do dance (and women dig it)

Anybody who thinks that ballroom dancing is not for real men has either been out of touch with reality or is simply using that as an excuse for their own fears.

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Mom-son dance duo creating memories
Sandra Toles and her son, Xavier, dance together.
Mom-son dance duo creating memories

Sandra Toles started ballroom dancing when her son Xavier was only 6 years old.

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SOBA Judged Show winners
"On the Street Where You Live," the 23rd annual Judged Show hosted by the Society of Bluffton Artists, drew exceptionally large crowds to view to works of artists from throughout the area.
SOBA Judged Show winners

The Society of Bluffton Artists (SOBA) recently announced the winners of the 23rd annual Judged Show during an opening reception April 5.

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Piano Competition names winners
Ray Ushikubo, First Prize winner
Piano Competition names winners

Winners were recently named in the 2017 Hilton Head International Piano Competition (HHIPC)

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'The Beauty of Beaufort' set for release in mid-May
COURTESY LYDIA INGLETT PUBLISHING/STARBOOKS
'The Beauty of Beaufort' set for release in mid-May

Lydia Inglett Publishing/Starbooks is pleased to announce the release of our new book, "The Beauty of Beaufort" by Ryan Copeland

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'Still Before the Dawn' comforts, soothes, inspires
Illustrations by Lucy McTier capture scenes of the Lowcountry in "Still Before the Dawn."
'Still Before the Dawn' comforts, soothes, inspires

First impressions are important, and "Still Before the Dawn"

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