Monday, August 4, 2014

The Agenda: Ideas for late-night districts; Miss S.C. is Miss Teen USA; Profiling 4th circuit judge from S.C.

Bill Murray invests in North Charleston

Posted by Sam Spence on Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 11:56 AM

ASHLEY ROSE STANOL FILE PHOTO
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'NoMo' count in P&C's crackerjack story by David Slade on upper peninsular development (home of the CCP): 1. [P&C]

Two late-night bars stories to look at today: 1. Dean Riegel has some ideas on how to handle the downtown dining and entertainment district [CP]
2. P&C looks at comparable late-night entertainment district issues in other cities [P&C]

The author of the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals opinion published late last month striking down Virginia's gay marriage ban, Judge Henry Floyd, is a former South Carolina House legislator from Pickens County. [The State]

South Carolina's poet laureate in NYT letter: "In South Carolina, home of the oldest poetry society in the United States, poetry is flourishing..." [NYT]

Miss South Carolina, 17-year old K. Lee Graham of Chapin, was crowned Miss Teen USA 2014 over the weekend at a ceremony in the Bahamas. [E! Online]

The Post and Courier reported over the weekend on a recent investment by a partnership that includes actor Bill Murray in the Chicora-Cherokee neighborhood of North Charleston with plans to turn a shuttered building into a mixed use complex. Company officials saying the initial $400,000 investment could turn into millions in development in the area in the future. [P&C]

According to RealtyTrac data that looked at counties with a high and growing percentage of younger homebuyers looking to buy a median-priced home, Charleston County is one of the most expensive places for millennials who want to invest in a house. [P&C]

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