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"Dogs" a photographic love letter to canine family

In the beautiful book "Dogs: The family we choose," by Melanie Steele of Bluffton, you will find oversized photographs of more than 100 dogs and you will chuckle at the captivating variety of canine personalities.

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Stones sought Lowcountry-made drums for Cuban artists
Stones sought Lowcountry-made drums for Cuban artists

On March 25, the Rolling Stones performed for more than 1.2 million fans in Havana, Cuba, as the finale to their 2016 América Latina Olé Tour.

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'Shrimp, Collards & Grits Vol. II' a sumptuous Southern cookbook
'Shrimp, Collards & Grits Vol. II' a sumptuous Southern cookbook

Pat Branning is a prolific author of Southern lifestyle cookbooks - at least that's how she's recognized officially - but I consider her a romance writer.

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Bluffton mom's book supports Safe Haven law awareness
Bluffton resident Suzanne Hobbs with her book, "The Hungry Snake."
Bluffton mom's book supports Safe Haven law awareness

Suzanne Hobbs of Bluffton released her children's book, "The Hungry Snake," on Nov. 1

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Robb Report hosts gala benefit for young chefs
Chef Thomas Keller, left, and Chef Daniel Boulud, master chefs and co-founders with Jerome Bocuse of the ment\'or BKB Foundation, at the Culinary Masters gala at Palmetto Bluff. PHOTO COURTESY ROBB REPORT
Robb Report hosts gala benefit for young chefs

Robb Report and The ment'or BKB Foundation hosted festivities for Robb Report's Culinary Masters Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at Palmetto Bluff with proceeds benefitting ment'or.

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Bluffton author's latest book gets to root of matter
Bluffton author's latest book gets to root of matter

Carole Marsh of Bluffton is the multi-award winning CEO and founder of Gallopade International, a dynasty in the realm of publishing and children's educational books.

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New Community Orchestra welcomes new members
Musicians of all ages gather weekly to play music together. PHOTO SUBMITTED
New Community Orchestra welcomes new members

Music players of the Lowcountry, rejoice! There's a new Community Orchestra in town, and it's welcoming new members.

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Outdoor artist Giltner swaps mainland for Daufuskie
Pierce Giltner will continue to work in a Gallery Without Walls. PHOTO SUBMITTED
Outdoor artist Giltner swaps mainland for Daufuskie

After nearly a two-year hiatus, artist and craftsman Pierce Giltner has returned, and he is determined to reestablish his name in the Lowcountry art market.

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Bachata a hot Latin dance of (unrequited) love
Armando Aseneta, co-owner and instructor, teaches beginner Bachata at Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Bluffton. PHOTO BY CINDA SEAMON
Bachata a hot Latin dance of (unrequited) love

The Bachata is a style of dance that originated in the Dominican Republic.

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Squabbling sisters, surly Santa, Elvis bring holiday hilarity
The cast of "Christmas Belles" rehearses a scene for the show, which opens Nov. 19. PHOTO SUBMITTED
Squabbling sisters, surly Santa, Elvis bring holiday hilarity

Local theatre company Coastal Stage Productions returns to area venues for the holiday season with the hilarious comedy "Christmas Belles," from the creators of "The Dixie Swim Club."

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Fifth annual Latin Music Fest set for Oct. 16
Fifth annual Latin Music Fest set for Oct. 16

La Isla magazine and the Lowcountry Immigration Coalition will host the fifth annual Latin Music Festival from noon to 10 p.m. Oct. 16 at Shelter Cove Community Park on Hilton Head Island.

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John Morris Russell leads 5th season for HHSO
Pianist Garrick Ohlsson joins the Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra for opening night Oct. 10. PHOTO BY KACPER PEMPEL
John Morris Russell leads 5th season for HHSO
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