Ever wonder how kettle corn is made? Thad Grecco, of Hilton Head's Palmetto Kettle Corn, was popping up some 200 pounds of it during the 5th annual A Taste of Bluffton food festival on April 8, 2017. He was kind enough to take time out of his busy day to show how it's done. Palmetto Kettle Corn can be found at various area festivals and is a regular every Thursday at the Bluffton Farmer's Market.
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Kettle corn made easy
Answers to solar eclipse questions you might be too embarrassed to ask
This unusual dog is on the canine endangered list
Blessing The Fleet is one Beaufort Water Fest tradition that has changed a lot over the years
Ridgeland dog show avoids the dog flu with a few key changes
Beaufort Water Fest Commodore comments on how this year's festival has gone
Stacy Canaday is the 63rd Beaufort Water Fest Commodore, making her and her husband the first couple to be given the honor
Spectators try to beat the heat while watching airplanes in Beaufort
Stunt pilot does free falling spirals during Air Show
Candice Glover makes quite an entrance at the Water Festival
Past commodores whistle with their belly buttons in this Water Festival tradition
These Beaufort talent show acts get the jitters, but they don't cope by envisioning the crowd in its undies
Beaufort's Sandbar Concert was huuuge... from land and sea
There were 95 different breeds at the Hilton Head Island Kennel Club All Breeds Dog Show in Ridgeland this weekend. You have probably heard of most of them, but some breeds are more popular than others.
When the Beaufort Water Festival's Blessing The Fleet event started 62 years ago it was primarily to bless the shrimp boats and to introduce the new commodore. Many local shrimp boats participated. Take a look at how the event has changed over the years.
The Hilton Head Island Kennel Club All Breeds Dog Show took special precautions and used new methods of judging to prevent the dog flu from becoming an issue this weekend during their show at Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School.
Stacey Canaday speaks about her feelings on being announced as the 63rd Beaufort Water Festival Commodore and the fact that she and her husband, Chris Canaday, are the first married couple to both be given the honor of being commodore.
For most, the idea of performing for hundreds of strangers would be the show stopper, but not for these youngsters. The Beaufort Water Festival Talent Show on Wednesday at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park gave us the opportunity to interview several of the acts to understand how they calm their nerves before taking the stage.
The Beaufort Sandbar concert was held for the second time last Saturday. Concert promoters say that the number of people may have tripled since its inaugural concert last year. Supplied photos courtesy of Jarrett Owens.
Get ready for the Beaufort Water Festival: on Tuesday, as the stage goes up, marketing and PR director Todd Stowe talks about a change that's coming for Tuesday night, and some other highlights of this years festival.