Witches of Socastee explain their practices and the coming eclipse
Bri An Lasair, a self-described witch, operates Labyrinth Walking, a soul-centered store for practitioners of metaphysics in Socastee Plaza. She describes her practices and talks about impacts of upcoming solar eclipse.
A beautiful Hanukkah moment during Shabbat services at Hilton Head Island's Congregation Beth Yam, Dec. 30, 2016. On the seventh night of the holiday, Rabbi Brad Bloom presided over the synagogue's annual "Night of 100 menorahs."
Bluffton resident Jacob Martin was born and raised just down the street from Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church, where we spoke with him Jan. 15, 2017. But for a large portion of Martin's life, he worked as a police officer in other cities, including D
Vicki Burris, director of development for Cross Schools, describes, on Feb. 1, 2017, upgrades to the schools athletic programs -- including varsity sports -- that will come with the proposed expansion of the school on Buckwalter Parkway in Bluffto
What are students at Hilton Head Island's St. Francis by the Sea giving up for Lent? We asked a couple of eighth graders that question prior to a mass service on March 1, 2017. Church officials also permitted us to record the packed 10 a.m. servic
The Men's Ministry of First Zion Missionary Baptist Church was out in force on April 1, 2017 to clean up the Buck Island Cemetery of debris left by Hurricane Matthew. Here, church Cemetery Committee treasurer Anne Cooke describes the effort and th
The Palm Sunday procession before the Spanish language Mass on April 9, 2017 at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church recreated Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem, complete with Mario Cordero as Jesus leading the procession on Pardo the donkey.
Emma Campbell, a resident of Hilton Head Island, recounts her arrival at a 'white' Protestant church in Jackson, Miss, in 1963 when she volunteered for a civil rights campaign called "kneel-ins" in which blacks attempted to integrate white churche