New York Times: 36 Hours in Charleston, S.C. – Things to Do and See

When most people think of Charleston, South Carolina’s oldest city, they often picture its walkable downtown, with its cobblestones, Colonial architecture and horse-drawn carriages. But beyond the historic district, you’ll find small islands with coastal views and waterways, and neighborhoods with their own wealth of history. While the city’s pivotal role in the trans-Atlantic slave

Frampton Construction grows people team with new senior hire

Charleston, S.C. – Frampton Construction Company, LLC, a full-service construction firm providing planning and design support, preconstruction, and construction services, has added LV Hanson to the team as director of people. Hanson joins the company with 20 years of culture, leadership, and human resource experience across a diverse range of organizations and industries. This addition to

DW: International African American Museum opens on historic site

The new International African American Museum (IAAM) was purposely built on pillars as a means of reconciling the trauma of the site’s deep ties to slavery. The vast institution was constructed on the former Gadsden’s Wharf, a pier in Charleston Harbor in South Carolina where about 40% of all enslaved Africans set foot on American soil. It was one of the largest slave ports in the world.

Holy City Sinner: NEWSLowcountry Jazz Festival Sells Out Three Performances

Press Release The Charleston Gaillard Center and Closing the Gap in Health Care are thrilled to announce this past weekend’s Lowcountry Jazz Festival was a record-breaking year in the Festival’s seventeen-year history. With three sold-out days and over 3500 tickets sold, the Festival welcomed new and returning patrons to South Carolina’s premier jazz event. Under

AFR News: The Best Things to Happen to Black People in 2023 (So Far)

We’re celebrating all of the good news happening and the inspiring Black folk creating positive change in our communities. by Word In Black 2022 was a *wild* year. Book bans swept the country, the U.S. The Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, and 10 Black people were tragically gunned down in a grocery store in

WRAL News: Charleston Literary Festival Launches Ticket Sales for Its Most Ambitious Festival Featuring an International Program of Celebrated Authors

CHARLESTON, SC, September 06, 2023 (EZ Newswire) — As the highly anticipated Charleston Literary Festival launches ticket sales today, lovers of books and ideas are invited to celebrate the written word within the backdrop of historic downtown Charleston. Upholding the festival theme of “Embrace the Conversation,” this year’s annual event hosts celebrated authors like Adam

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Latter-Day Saints Host Family History Exhibit at African American Heritage Festival in Virginia

This story appears here courtesy of It is not for use by other media. By Trent Toone, Church News More than 4,000 people, including 100 exhibitors, gathered for the 30th African American Heritage Festival, a large event celebrating the diversity of African American culture, in Manassas, Virginia, on August 5. Among the throng was a FamilySearch booth hosted by

Savannah Business Journal: Frampton Construction completes Delta Industrial Park facility

Frampton Construction Company, LLC, a full-service construction firm providing planning and design support, pre-construction, and construction services, has finished the construction of Delta Industrial Park in Gastonia, N.C. The Class-A industrial park was developed by Trinity Capital Advisors and features an 876,587-square-foot facility. Located on Delta Drive directly off I-85, the park benefits from prominent