It's March and the elections aren't until November, but that hasn't stopped some South Carolina Democrats from dropping out of statewide races. Rick Wade dropped his bid to challenge GOP U.S. Sen. Tim Scott yesterday, one day after state Rep. Mike Anthony dropped out of the race for superintendent of education.
Frank Martin, coach of the USC men's basketball team, received a one-game suspension after an incident of him yelling at a player went viral. Patrick Wall has more on the story on the Side Line blog.
The S.C. Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday in a case involving DHEC and its suspension of the certificate of need program, which requires hospitals to receive state approval before building certain facilities. DHEC dropped the program after Gov. Haley vetoed funding for it; the S.C. Hospital Association says the program is still part of state law and should be followed.
It's common knowledge that South Carolina needs to do a better job retaining and recruiting educated workers, but a new study from the University of South Carolina puts some numbers behind the concept: The state needs 70,540 more workers with four-year degrees and 44,010 more workers with two-year degrees between now and 2030. Cannabis oil could be used for epilepsy treatment under a bill proposed in the S.C. House.
3LAU on Sunday, October 26th and the Unofficial Skrillex Mothership Tour After-Party on the 27th. More information and tickets for both can be found here. VIP tables available.
$10 Spa Specials!
Join us for 60-minute facials, microdermabrasion, bikini waxing, and more for only $10! 823 Gervais Street, Suite 120. Text your appointment request to 803-468-4643.
King Lear in Finlay Park
October 16th-18th and 22nd-25th, the South Carolina Shakespeare Company presents William Shakespeare’s King Lear. All performances held at the Finlay Park Ampitheatre at 7:30 PM. For tickets and more information, click here or call 803-665-2000.
The Other Place at Trustus Theatre
Juliana Smithton is a successful neurologist whose life seems to be coming unhinged. A mystery unfolds as fact blurs with fiction, past collides with present and the elusive truth of Juliana’s mental health boils to the surface in The Other Place, running at Trustus Theatre October 17th through November 1st. There will be a talk-back following the matinee on October 19th. Tickets can be purchased here or by calling the box office at 803-254-9732.
Veteran Vapors now open!
Veteran-owned and operated, Veteran Vapors is located at 2308 Airport Blvd. in West Columbia. This month, 10% of all juice sales will be donated to Save the Ta-Tas. Special discounts available to veterans, military and public safety officials.
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