Sap-Lai food truck serving lunch and brunch outside 843 Korean BBQ


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4/14 COVID-19 update: 466 cases; 8.6% positive; 15 deaths

Parker Milner

What you need to know: Mount Pleasant’s mandate requiring masks in grocery stores and pharmacies is expiring after midnight Wednesday, and it will not be renewed, Mount Pleasant Mayor Will Haynie said Wednesday. “I spoke with Town Council members and there is not a majority to support extending it,” Haynie wrote in a tweet. Haynie did, […]

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4/14 COVID-19 update: 466 cases; 8.6% positive; 15 deaths

What you need to know: Mount Pleasant’s mandate requiring masks in grocery stores and pharmacies is expiring after midnight Wednesday, and it will not be renewed, Mount Pleasant Mayor Will Haynie said Wednesday. “I spoke with Town Council members and there is not a majority to support extending it,” Haynie wrote in a tweet. Haynie did, […]

Stop Light Observations’ new single, “8teen,” was a product of the early lockdown

Psych-pop rockers Stop Light Observations have been playing together since 2012, delivering intricate lyrics and all-over-the-map sounds for almost 10 years. The foursome consists of lead vocalist William Blackburn, drummer Luke Withers, bassist Will Mahoney, and John Keith Culbreth (aka Kubby) on piano, guitar and synth. Their sound is derived from four worlds colliding: Ray […]

The Agenda: Slager’s appeal; Dem looking to unseat Tim Scott

Ex-officer Michael Slager appeals 20-year sentence for killing Black man. Former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager, who is serving 20 years in prison for killing an unarmed Black man who ran from a traffic stop, said his lawyer never told him about a plea offer from prosecutors that could have cut years off his […]

Gardening with kids is an educational and fun thrill

Gardening provides the perfect opportunity to engage children of all ages with an activity with significant physical and mental impacts.  Kids are naturally drawn to digging in the dirt. So getting them involved in gardening is an easy task that will most likely be met with much enthusiasm. With spring here and summer around the […]