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Quintin Smalls and Anthony Johnson, members of the rap group Spiritual Gangsters, explain the meaning behind their group's name and why it is so important for their message. Delayna Earley Staff video
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Watch: A virtual visit to Beaufort's waterfront 1:29

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Beaufort Sheriff’s office: Broad River Bridge jumper may not have survived if not for these two 0:32

Beaufort Sheriff’s office: Broad River Bridge jumper may not have survived if not for these two

Congress passed the Real ID law, but what does this mean for South Carolina? 0:47

Congress passed the Real ID law, but what does this mean for South Carolina?

Lowcountry drivers, can you pass a school bus stopped on US 278? Test your road knowledge. 1:51

Lowcountry drivers, can you pass a school bus stopped on US 278? Test your road knowledge.

Bonnie Tyler singing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' on a cruise ship during a total eclipse 1:03

Bonnie Tyler singing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' on a cruise ship during a total eclipse

'We were just mocking the Europeans': Dancer explains the origins of Chilenos de Morenos, a folkloric dance from Mexico 1:13

'We were just mocking the Europeans': Dancer explains the origins of Chilenos de Morenos, a folkloric dance from Mexico

POP tennis versus Pickleball: similarities and differences between the sports 0:51

POP tennis versus Pickleball: similarities and differences between the sports

Hungry? You will be after you see these dishes that were served at the Yacht Hop of Hilton Head Island 1:04

Hungry? You will be after you see these dishes that were served at the Yacht Hop of Hilton Head Island

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Listen to "Ride for the Island" excerpt by Spiritual Gangsters

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