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ARCHITECTURE: MUSC's Ashley River Tower ARCHITECTURE: MUSC's Ashley River Tower Up Close and Impersonal March 19, 2008
Memminger marries traditional and contemporary styles Memminger marries traditional and contemporary styles Old with Old, New with New May 07, 2008
<i>Bin Yah: There's No Place Like Home</i> Bin Yah: There's No Place Like Home A documentary film by Justin Nathanson about the Gullah community of East Cooper May 14, 2008
Bin Yah: There's No Place Like Home Bin Yah: There's No Place Like Home Bin Yah takes a matter-of-fact look at the Gullah-Geechee community June 04, 2008
<i>Ten Trees</i> Ten Trees A minimalist art film that reveals the process of making plywood at a mill in Chester, S.C. May 21, 2008

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  • Bin Yah: There's No Place Like Home

    Bin Yah takes a matter-of-fact look at the Gullah-Geechee community
      In Bin Yah, a documentary about the plight of the Gullah-Geechee community around the Charleston area, you meet a 101-year-old sweetgrass basket maker, an animated chieftess, succinctly speaking activists, and a good humored reverend. The range of characters are intimately developed, while conscientious editing maintains a good pace. Informational doses are lifted along by charged jazz, aerial shots, and historical photos.
  • Ten Trees

    A minimalist art film that reveals the process of making plywood at a mill in Chester, S.C.
  • Bin Yah: There's No Place Like Home

    A documentary film by Justin Nathanson about the Gullah community of East Cooper
      All of Lowcountry culture has been touched by Gullah culture in some way — from language to architecture. Locals know the value of learning about the evolving history of a people. They know the value of realizing the role of the Gullah in the present culture.
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  • Memminger marries traditional and contemporary styles

    Old with Old, New with New
      The Memminger Auditorium on Beaufain Street is undergoing the finishing touches of an enchanting $6 million renovation by Huff + Gooden Architects of Charleston. Built in 1939 by Albert Simons, the historic building features time-worn integrity without being historically precious. As such, the architects were invited to think outside the neoclassical box.
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