Plane in Jeremy Creek

I got a phone call Saturday morning telling me that I should go down to the dock of Palmer’s Point and take a look across the creek.  You can imagine my surprise when I saw a plane pulled up at Leland Marine next to the typical array of of yachts, house boats,...

“The New Daughter” Finally Released

More than two years after the filming of The New Daughter in McClellanville it has finally been released on DVD after witnessing brief and very limited theater screenings.  I got a copy over the weekend and while I’m not going to become a movie critic here, I...

34th Lowcountry Shrimp Festival in McClellanville

It is my honor to announce of 34th Lowcountry Shrimp Festival and Blessing of the Fleet on Saturday, May 1st, 2010 at the McClellanville Boat Landing.   This is the fourth time I’ve had the pleasure to write about the event and like always there is something for...

Village Holiday Art Walk 2009

Looking for the 2010 McClellanville Holiday Art Walk? Quick Post here: Village Artists and Craftsmen Group would like to welcome you to the Village Holiday Art Walk Friday, December 4 (Tonight) from  5 p.m. -8 pm Saturday, December 5 from 10 a.m. – 5 pm Enjoy...

November means Oysters in McClellanville

Looking for 2010 Village Museum Oyster Roast? I’ll go ahead and say it.  I don’t like seafood.  Yes, I grew up in McClellanville, “the seafood capital of the world”, but the taste of  crabs, clams, shrimp, fish, and oysters has never really...

McClellanville: 20 Years after Hurricane Hugo

It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Hurricane Hugo muddied McClellanville’s timeline. The town has made an amazing comeback and it’s finally to the point that you don’t hear that four-letter word in everyday communication now. ...