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9:00 am on Wednesday December 28, 2011

Share Our Suzy: It's Black & White

Image by ProvidedShare Our Suzy hosts the 4th Annual It's Black and White benefit on Saturday, January 21st from 7 to 11 p.m. Surrounded by breathtaking views of the Charleston harbor, the black tie event with a nautical spin will feature live...
10:05 am on Friday September 30, 2011

Eco Deco Partners with Local Interior Designers to 'Think Pink' for Hollings Cancer Center Breast Cancer Program

CHARLESTON, SC – September 30, 2011 –The research is clear - chemicals found in everyday household products increase our exposure to carcinogens – and the possibility of increased risk for some cancers. These toxic carcinogens found in traditional...
10:05 am on Friday September 30, 2011

Eco Deco Partners with Local Interior Designers to 'Think Pink' for Hollings Cancer Center Breast Cancer Program

CHARLESTON, SC – September 30, 2011 –The research is clear - chemicals found in everyday household products increase our exposure to carcinogens – and the possibility of increased risk for some cancers. These toxic carcinogens found in traditional...
6:05 am on Tuesday October 12, 2010

Breast Cancer Awareness Month roundup

Flickr user yongjiet As most of you know, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and pink abounds almost everywhere you look to remind you of what still needs to be done to eradicate this terrible disease. With that comes a lot of...
3:18 am on Monday February 15, 2010

Stingrays join in the fight against breast cancer

Image by South Carolina StingraysThe South Carolina Stingrays hockey team is partnering with Susan G. Komen-Lowcountry to fight breast cancer in the Lowcountry. On February 20 the Stingrays will host the 4th Annual Pink in the Rink. Come join the...
10:17 am on Wednesday October 21, 2009

Plenty of events closing out breast cancer awareness month

Image by Flickr user LittleMissCupcakeParisImage by 20091021-bca.jpg Just because October is almost over doesn't mean Lowcountry businesses aren't still celebrating the ta-ta's. The Charleston City Paper has produced a solid list of upcoming events...
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