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They Were Here: Ice Age Humans In SC, Part 4
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The Topper Site discovery is the latest example illustrating the controversy that exists in American archaeology today – concerning when and how did man first arrive in the Western hemisphere?
They Were Here: Ice Age Humans In SC, Part 5
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Host Jim Welch speaks with Dr. Albert Goodyear of the University of South Carolina’s Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, and Dr. Dennis Stanford of the Smithsonian Institution. Here, they...
Georgia O'Keeffe: A Woman On Paper| Carolina Stories
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While it was nowhere near as artistically diverse compared to today, New York was still seen as the epicenter for art in the U.S. While in New York, Georgia O’Keeffe developed a close friendship with...
Georgia O'Keeffe: A Woman On Paper | Carolina Stories
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Georgia O’Keeffe sought to find a place where she could not only support herself financially, but also where her artistic career could grow. O’Keeffe came to Columbia, South Carolina in 1915, where...
Georgia O'Keeffe: A Woman On Paper | Carolina Stories
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Georgia O’Keeffe created many charcoal art drawings during her time in Columbia, and her works eventually made their way to New York, earning the recognition of Alfred Stieglitz. O’Keeffe briefly...
Georgia O'Keeffe: A Woman On Paper | Carolina Stories
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Georgia O’Keeffe’s career was flourishing, but was facing troubles in her personal life, and needed space. O’Keeffe moved to New Mexico, which would be her home for the rest of her life. In New Mexico...
Charlie's Place | Carolina Stories
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Today, Charlie's Place is long gone. The City of Myrtle Beach purchased the Charlie's Place property in 2015, with the goals of renovating the area, and transforming it into a revitalized...
Charlie's Place | Carolina Stories
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The founding and early years of Charlie's Place - a jazz club where white and African American patrons alike were welcome during segregation.
Charlie's Place | Carolina Stories
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After World War II, there was an ever increasing popularity for the musical movement known as "Rhythm and Blues." Rhythm and Blues, along with a new invention called the Jukebox, transformed the music...
Charlie's Place | Carolina Stories
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Racial tensions in South Carolina strained with the rise of the "Dixiecrat" political party. One summer evening in 1950, Ku Klux Klan members shot up Charlie's Place, and Charlie Fitzgerald was beaten...