Nickelodeon Theatre honored with Historic Columbia Award

The Nickelodeon Theater, Columbia’s only non-profit art house film theater, was recently awarded the Historic Preservation award for Preservation/Restoration by the Historic Columbia Foundation. Michael Baker Jr., Inc., was the architect on the project, and Mashburn Construction was the contractor. “It is an honor to be given this award, and I am extremely proud of what we will accomplish in […]

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Falcons soar to 2nd straight championship

Eagles complete record-breaking season with the Lower State Championship.

A.C. Flora claimed its second straight championship and fourth since 2001 with an 11-3 win over Airport in game two of the 3A state championship series Monday, May 20 at Airport. Super sophomore Donald Gillespie, who was already having a great postseason going into Monday’s match-up, led the Falcons with five RBIs. His two-run home run in the first inning […]

Cardinals selected for USA Volleyball

Cardinal Newman volleyball players Claire Edwards and Kendall Watson have been selected for the USA Volleyball High Performance National Program. For their age group, almost 1,500 girls tried out all over the country, and Edwards made the A1 National Training Team Program, which puts her in the top 20 players in the country at her position. Watson made the Select […]

Wilson makes USA Basketball U19 Team

Heathwood Hall’s A’ja Wilson has made the 2013 USA Women’s U19 World Championship team. She joins 12 others from across the country including college players from Penn State, Tennessee, and UConn, which had three players represented. Katie Meier from the University of Miami coaches the team. She is assisted by Nikki Caldwell from LSU and Kelly Graves from Gonzaga. Wilson […]

Falcons fly back to down Airport in 13 innnings

Down to their last six outs and facing an eight run deficit, the A.C. Flora Falcons’ chances of taking game one of the 3A state championship series looked grim. However, with four runs in the bottom of the sixth and again in the bottom of the seventh, the Falcons forced extra innings and were able to win the game 10-9 […]

Yellow Jackets are state champs!

It finally came down to this… One hundred and ten minutes of flawlessly played soccer by Irmo and Lexington, two of the state’s athletic powers. Irmo’s Yellow Jackets, a regular visitor to the Palmetto State’s soccer summit, and the Lexington Wildcats, a first-time show in the title contest who acted like this was right where they belonged. Eighty minutes of […]

Skyhawks’ improbable run ends with a championship

After losing game one 7-4 to the Wilson Hall Barons of the SCISA 3A baseball championship series, the Hammond Skyhawks found themselves down 11-4 going into the bottom of the sixth inning of game two on May 14. It looked like the Barons would coast to the title. But the Skyhawks were not done. The Cardiac Kids scraped a couple […]

Ms. Hartley and Mr. Turbeville exchange vows at Sullivans Island

Ms. Megan Eileen Hartley and Mr. William Lawrence Turbeville Jr. were married Sunday, April 14, 2013, on the beach at Station 24 Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, in a private ceremony. The wedding was officiated by Rev. Mollie Bame Reddic. The bride was escorted and given in marriage by her son M. Ryan Grandy of Dallas, Texas. The bride’s attendants were […]

Petal Pushers Garden Club cruises through its installation of officers

New officers for the Petal Pushers Garden Club were installed at the May meeting by Louise Grooms, a trustee for the Garden Club Council of Greater Columbia. Louise used a clever nautical theme. The officers are president, Shirley Smith; vice president, Frances Morris; recording secretary, Nora Frye; corresponding secretary, Judy Glenn; and treasurer, Dorothy Strickland. The delightful luncheon was held […]