Finding furniture to match any style
Homeowners looking to redecorate have more options than ever: eclectic styles, eco-friendly materials, bold colors. Cookie-cutter sectionals and humdrum dining room sets are a thing of the past.
“Sustainability is top-of-mind for consumers these days,” said Kevin Gadson, general manager of FWDG. “For this reason, we love carrying CR Plastics, which crafts Adirondack chairs, stools, and tables from recycled plastic. The bright, fun colors are fade-resistant even in the Southern sun. We love keeping plastic out of the landfill and oceans.”
THE LITERACY CENTER HELPS NEWCOMERS GAIN SKILLS
In Venezuela, Javier Campos was a petroleum engineer and Karla Losada was a lawyer.
When they decided to move to the Lowcountry two years ago with their two children, they knew they wouldn’t easily step into the same professional lives.
ORIGINAL EXPERIENCES DRIVE BOTH ECONOMIES
On my first visit to Rovinj, a lovely seaside town on the Croatian coast, a three-hour ferry ride across the bay from Venice, I fell in love with the setting: A compact and well-preserved old town, a wonderful harbor walk lined with restaurants, and a fabulous large park where five-star hotels overlook the Adriatic Sea — plus miles and miles of bikeable public nature preserves along the blue ocean, which entices swimmers to jump in the clear water.
Local businesses provide jobs and are important drivers for healthy economic, social and business communities. Shopping and filling prescriptions with local pharmacies — some of which are composting pharmacies — have certain advantages over frequenting big chains and ordering prescriptions via mail order.
Here, experts from several local pharmacies discuss the benefits of shopping local.
“DECEIT, DISAPPEARANCE & DEATH ON HILTON HEAD ISLAND”
By Charlie Ryan and Pamela Martin Ovens
It was the story of the decade: A well-to-do Hilton Head Island couple vanished without a trace. Ten years later, there are still few clues in the mysterious disappearance of Elizabeth and John Calvert — and even less is known for certain about the involvement of their accountant, Dennis Gerwing, believed to be the last person to see the couple alive.