🥣 Vernon Grant| Rock Hill, SC Rice Krispiescereal is a staple in many cupboards + pantries, and thanks to this innovative artist, the box is decorated with beloved characters Snap, Crackle and Pop. That’s right – in the early 1930s, Vernon Grant teamed up with Kellogg’s to bring the silly little elves to life.
🥤 Blenheim Ginger Ale | Blenheim, SC Did you know that South Carolina is home to one of the nation’s oldest soda bottling companies? This plant has been distributing bottles of the unique beverage since 1903, but its history dates back to the 1800s when a local doctor served patients mineral water combined with Jamaican ginger to cure stomach pains.
Development ○ Zero George Hotel(0 George St.) is expanding this spring with the opening of The Residences at Zero George. Easton Porter Group is currently restoring a 19th century building adjacent to the hotel that will include five residences. Features include sitting areas, kitchens, king-size beds + other amenities. ○ The City of Charleston shared project updates on the new Ashley River Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge during Tuesday’s Traffic and Transportation meeting. You can view a recording of the live updateshere. 🚲
Ranked ○ In WalletHub’s recent study on “States with the Cheapest & Most Expensive Car Insurance,”South Carolina came in at number 37, making it the 14th most expensive state to purchase car insurance. 🚘 (Holy City Sinner)
With the announcement of Workshop’s closure later this year, Ohm Radio is searching for a new studio space. The station provides Charleston with commercial-free music + conversation while supporting local artists, entrepreneurs and businesses.
As Ohm continues its quest for its next home base, they’re asking for the community’s help to keep the station up + running. For those who are interested, learn more about their relocation campaignhere. 📻
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In case you missed it, the Phillips Community, one of the last remaining historic Black settlement communities in the region, has received a grant to be nominated for the National Register of Historic Places.Learn more here.
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