Chef Kristian Niemi, of Bourbon in Columbia, will be mixing cocktails for the guests of the James Beard House in New York as the SC Chef Ambassadors prepare a meal using heritage products from the state.
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A North Carolina “swamp park” has posted a video explaining how alligators survive in a frozen pond and it’s both creepy and bizarre. The cold-blooded devils essentially allow themselves to be frozen in place, with their noses just above the surface, according to a video posted on Facebook by Shallotte River Swamp Park.
A large winter storm hit the Carolinas to Maine, dumping snow in areas that haven't seen it in decades. Thursday, some could also see freezing cold temperatures and strong winds. Blizzard warnings and states of emergency were in effect.
Traffic on southbound I-95 outside of Hardeeville was hardly moving just before 5 p.m. on Wednesday after a winter storm dropped a few inches of snow and some ice over the Lowcountry and portions of southeast Georgia.
With forecasts calling for wintry weather for the East Coast & parts of the South, take some time now to put blankets, a shovel, & road salt/sand in your car. It’s best to stay off the roads but if you must drive, let someone know your route & when you arrive.
USC alumnus Baxter Brown set up an inflatable Gamecock's football helmet in his yard and a "Roll Tide" display of lights on the roof. Brown, a lifelong Gamecocks fan, chose to support Alabama over in-state rival Clemson in the Sugar Bowl.
Naomi Gosdin, a teenager living on Hilton Head Island, submitted this photo that she took of her service dog Twinkie. Twinkie performs the cuddle command when she sees Naomi curled in a fetal position or hears her crying. Naomi suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, likely caused by bullying.