DocumentOur great state is known for many wonderful places, rich cultural traditions, beautiful and unique flora and fauna, and the source of a variety of products found nowhere else in the nation. This...
South Carolina from A to Z | Carolina Stories
Our great state is known for many wonderful places, rich cultural traditions, beautiful and unique flora and fauna, and the source of a variety of products found nowhere else in the nation. This Carolina Stories special takes a lighthearted look at favorite places and homegrown things, spanning the alphabet to showcase all that South Carolina has to offer.
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Did you know that there is a veritable treasure trove of information on South Carolina contained in South Carolina Public Radio's series, South Carolina from A to Z with Walter Edgar? From Caesars Head to Hilton Head, and from the Lords Proprietors to Hootie and the Blowfish, historian Walter Edgar mines the riches of the South Carolina Encyclopedia in one-minute increments! Explore them now! (And they're not bad for improving your vocabulary either!)
VideoZ is for the BMW Z3 and Z4, the roadsters and coupes made exclusively here in South Carolina. Roadster Homecoming is held annually, since 1997, and owners drive thousands of miles to gather each year...
VideoThe USS Yorktown, the Fighting Lady, is a floating military museum located at Patriot's Point in Charleston, S.C.
VideoU is for the UFO Welcome Center that put Bowman, South Carolina, on the map. This rare roadside attraction built by Jody Pendarvis has seen better days, but it stands as a monument to the man who...
VideoThe Venus Fly Trap is a carnivorous plant found in South Carolina. TRANSCRIPT Where we're walking right now is a state heritage preserve called Lewis Ocean Bay Heritage Preserve. The interesting thing...
VideoCan you find the geographic center of South Carolina? Let's take a walk and see.
VideoWhat did we miss?
VideoThe Shag is the state dance of South Carolina. Do you know how to Shag?
VideoSouth Carolina is home to eleven Native American tribes. Can you name them all?
VideoClemson University biology professor, Patrick McMillan, talks about this amazing plant that grows mostly in upstate South Carolina.