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    Cassina TV: Raising the Roof (Operation Home)

    By Molly Glover | November 14, 2014

    In this episode of Cassina TV, we chat with Sandy Milliken, Executive Director of Operation Home. Their mission is to help people remain in their homes by increasing safety and accessibility through the coordination of critical home repairs for low-income residents of the Tri-Country area – making it their duty to ensure that no person... Read More

    Cassina TV: It’s a Park Thing (Charleston Parks Conservancy)

    By Molly Glover | August 29, 2014

    In this month’s episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with Harry Lesesne–Executive Director of The Charleston Parks Conservancy.  His non-rpofit organization strives to increase the quality, awareness, appreciation and usage of Charleston’s parks and green spaces. They open doors to individuals and communities within the Charleston area who want to get engaged with their parks... Read More

    Cassina TV: Charleston’s Tech Future (Charleston Digital Corridor)

    By Molly Glover | July 1, 2014

    Launched in 2001, The Charleston Digital Corridor is a creative effort to attract, nurture and promote Charleston’s knowledge economy by facilitating a business, physical and social environment where technology companies can thrive. The result of this effort is what some have dubbed silicon harbor.  In this episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with Ernest... Read More

    Cassina TV: The Charleston Tea Plantation

    By Molly Glover | June 5, 2014

    The Charleston Tea Plantation is the home of American Classic Tea, tea grown 100% in America. It is located on picturesque Wadmalaw Island in the heart of South Carolina’s Lowcountry.    Today the Charleston Tea Plantation offers more than just a cup of fresh tea!  Thanks to the Bigelow Family, the true working tea farm presents a... Read More

    Cassina TV: Take to the Roads (Charleston Moves)

    By Molly Glover | April 1, 2014

    In this month’s episode of Cassina TV, we chat with Stephanie Hunt and Tom Bradford of Charleston Moves.  Their organization is a local non-profit  that believes a bike-friendly region is a healthy, active and fun place to live, work and visit.  They advocate mobility by bicycle and on foot for the improved health and well-being... Read More

    Cassina TV: A Mediterranean Getaway on King (Barsa)

    By Molly Glover | March 3, 2014

    Nestled among the hustle and bustle of Charleston’s booming midtown section, Barsa Lounge and Tapas bar has been a favorite among many locals and tourists alike. Known for its authentic Spanish cuisine, Barsa successfully brings the Mediterranean to the Lowcountry. Drazen and his staff have meticulously designed the restaurant and menu to be reminiscent of... Read More

    Cassina TV: Music with a Mission (Carolina Studios)

    By Molly Glover | February 3, 2014

    In this month’s episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with Hootie & the Blowfish founding band member, Mark Bryan, to learn more about his Charleston-based non-profit, Carolina Studios.  Formed in 2001, Carolina Studios helps students learn how to create, arrange, and record music through a software program that is also teaching them valuable computer... Read More

    Cassina TV: A Tech Approach to Real Estate (BoomTown)

    By Molly Glover | December 2, 2013

    Situated in the heart of Charleston’s growing tech corridor, BoomTown is a complete online system that leads more Internet home buyers and sellers to your virtual door. This young tech company is on the forefront of digital marketing and boasts many accolades on the local, state and national levels. Coupled with a full suite of... Read More

    Cassina TV: Fun for All Ages (Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry)

    By Molly Glover | November 1, 2013

    The Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry was founded in 2003 by local artist Anne Darby Parker to provide children with a safe place to learn and discover through hands-on experiences and activities.  The Children’s Museum is a non-profit organization whose mission is to spark imaginations, stimulate curiosity, and encourage problem solving through the power of... Read More

    Cassina TV: A Family Tradition–Sweetgrass Baskets

    By Jimmy Dye | October 15, 2013

    Sweetgrass baskets are one of many Charleston icons. The craft of making these baskets with local grasses is a Gullah tradition that can be traced back over 400 years from its west African roots. Originally used for the practical purposes of collecting rice and cotton in the fields, the skill of crafting sweet grass baskets... Read More

    Cassina TV: A Walk with History

    By Jimmy Dye | October 1, 2013

    Charleston is world renowned for its rich historical fabric.  There are many tour companies in town who specialize in various aspects of the many events of which Charleston has borne witness.  In this month’s episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with Tommy Dew of Tommy Dew’s Walking History Tour— who has been specializing in... Read More

    Cassina TV: Into the Great Wide Open with Half Moon Outfitters

    By Molly Glover | September 4, 2013

    South Carolina, and particularly Charleston, is blessed by prevalent natural beauty and an abundance of outdoor activities.  From hiking in the upstate to paddleboarding or surfing on the coast, there is never a shortage of ways to enjoy the great outdoors.  Before venturing into the great wide open, head to Half Moon Outfitters which has been... Read More

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