February 2010



The Heat is On—in February!

Sample gourmet food prepared by 16 of the top restaurants in the area. Watch a heated Iron Chef competition among 10 of the finest Lowcountry chefs. Mingle with Southern authors and purchase autographed books. If this sounds like the perfect recipe for curing the mid-winter blahs,…
Author:Kathryn R. Wall



Valentine's Day GIFT GUIDE 2010

Give A Valentine’s Day Gift to Someone Who Needs it the MOST… On January 12, a series of earthquakes measuring 6.5 to 7.3 on the Richter Scale devastated Haiti. THe American Red Cross is working with its partners in the Global Red Cross and Red Crescent…


Celebrations’ Learning Kitchen: Dishing Up Lessons for Cooks of All Ages

Chefs Andrew Borgmeier and Glen Barroncini prepare culinary masterpieces for Celebrations Catering and Events. But when they’re not pleasing palates at the company’ numerous wedding, reunion and corporate engagements, they take time to teach the trade they know and love at Celebrations’ Learning Kitchen on…
Author:Paula Magrini



Operation Jihad - DEA (Part 3)

Illustration by: Dana Rose, Mine Studios Last spring it was my pleasure and privilege to interview former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent Larry McElynn and share my account of those conversations, Larry McElynn’s Stories from the DEA, in CH2’s May issue. In October ‘09, Larry…
Author:Frank Dunne, Jr.



ICE AGE: C2 Fashion 2K10 - Melt Her Heart With Diamonds

All Jewelry Designed & Sold By Heritage Fine Jewelry Of Hilton Head ********** 14kt White Gold, Yellow Sapphire, and Diamond Ring: $8,500.00 ********** 18kt White Gold & Diamond Band: $3,200.00, 14kt White Gold & Diamond Key Necklace: $1,225.00, 4kt White Gold & Diamond Earrings: $1,900.00) ********** 18kt Two Tone Gold, Natural…
Author:Heritage Fine Jewelry



A C2 Exclusive Interview with Johann Urb (Star of 2012)

There are an infinite number of paths in life, yet all are the same in one respect: they are what you make of them, no more, no less. The choice between optimism and negativity, between doing and watching, between giving and indulging, between challenging yourself…
Author:Craig Hysell



He Says / She Says: Reality TV

HE SAYS After more than 53 years on the air, As the World Turns will be signing off for good this year. CBS has announced that it will not renew As the World Turns for the 2010/2011 television season. The long-running soap opera that my mom,…
Author:Keith Kelson & Jean Wharton



Putting and Eye Positioning

In the game of golf, putting is an art unto itself. It is often referred to as the “black art,” because attempting to improve your putting without proper guidance can lead you down dark roads where you can become totally, and often permanently, lost. There have…
Author:Pete Popovich



Get Hitched on Hilton Head Island

The ultimate wedding dream-come-true wedding, all expenses paid, is now just 10 months away! The Get Hitched on Hilton Head Island contestants began registering their tales of true love online this month and as you can see though these samples, the range of explanations,…


Straight from the Heart: Valentine Dinner Dance Benefits CRF

On Saturday, February 13, at 6:30 p.m., hundreds of local residents, former residents and their guests will gather at the Crowne Plaza Resort to have a ball. It’s the Children’s Relief Fund’s 14th annual Valentine dinner dance and auction to raise money for area children…
Author:Linda S. Hopkins



Bob Bromage: Cold Case Files

At first glance, he is your typical cop. Cop hair. Cut short, a sprinkle of salt among the pepper. Cop shirt. Tan not white. Cop tie. Tan and green—no contrasting colors. At second glance, Captain Bob Bromage is all business. In his twentieth year with…
Author:Courtney Hampson Naughton



Editor’s Note: February 2010

Ahhhh….Love. “Love” is such an ambiguous word. It can take on many different forms, depending on whom you ask and what situation you speak of. In reference to Valentine’s Day, one most often associates love with romance. With the onslaught of Cupid’s yearly pilgrimage to our…
Author:Maggie Washo



One Substitute Teacher’s View of his Job and Why It Needs A Title Change

The bell rang. My class of high school sophomores and juniors was hustling out the door. I overheard one of the students look at her friend and sigh, “We have a sub in third block, too.” “Are we that bad?” I asked. “No,” she said with a…
Author:Craig Hysell



The Artist from Gardens Corners

Fishing Line On May 6, artist Jonathan Green will be in Columbia to receive the 2010 Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Governor’s Awards for the Arts Lifetime Achievement. It’s the highest honor the state gives in the arts. With his vibrant depictions of Gullah life, Gullah people and…
Author:Paul deVere



When Your Kitchen Needs a Face Lift

Let’s say you just had one of those popular granite counter tops installed in your kitchen. It’s beautiful, stylish, even dramatic. And it makes your cabinets look, what’s the word? Shopworn? Not quite up to the classy look that slab of granite added? On the…
Author:Paul deVere



A Conversation About Money

I can’t stand Andy Rooney. You know, the old guy with the ridiculously bushy eyebrows who ends every 60 Minutes show with a three-minute babble on a topic, usually as fascinating as designer toilet paper. I mean, three reporters have just given us 57 minutes…
Author:Lew Wessel



Is it still Flu Season? Treating Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

Your child is, flushed, listless, has no appetite, has diarrhea, vomiting, and a runny nose, is congested and sounds like a Saint Bernard. Is this still the flu? We hear this every day. Some people take comfort in that other children are also afflicted. There seems…
Author:Dr. Gerald C. Renato



Chris Lane’s Survival Guide: The Single’s Guide to Surviving Valentine’s Day

Winter can be a difficult time of year for single people. First, we have to deal with the holiday season alone, and then, just to rub it in our noses, we have to deal with a holiday that celebrates the exact circumstance that is lacking…
Author:Chris Lane




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