Joshua Curry 
Member since Sep 6, 2007

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  • Quinceañeras in Charleston
  • Quinceañeras in Charleston

    Lowcountry latinas come of age
      In 1982, Rosalinda Acosta arrived in South Carolina with her family to pick tomatoes. She was 7 years old. She worked hard, saved her money, and now she owns a thriving business, called Picky and Clean, Inc., with six employees of her own. Now she wants to give her four children the opportunities she never had. Her oldest daughter Mary's quinceañera was an extravagant celebration that was not only her 15th birthday party, but a dream fulfilled for her mother.
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    Edisto's Release
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    Costume contest at the Plex
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    Justin Balch at Ackerman Park
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    Moscow State Circus
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    Crippledog Car Show
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    Happy New Year
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    Toubab Krewe
  • The Scene
  • The Scene

    Fox Hunting, Ron Paul blimp, Snow Day
  • The Other Side of the Street
  • The Other Side of the Street

    An uncommon look at life on King Street
      If one street can rightfully be called a microcosm of the Holy City, it just might be King Street. In this five-mile stretch, the residents of Charleston live, work, and play, from the public housing of Joseph Floyd Apartments on Upper King to the prestigious Sumter House on the Battery. In some ways, King shows how clearly segregated Charleston remains.
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    Bald eagle from the South Carolina Center for Birds of Prey
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