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10:10 am on Monday April 21, 2014

Local Independent filmmaker seeking funding for latest project

Ken Cohen, a Myrtle Beach local by way of West Bloomfield, MI, is a film maker who has been making movies since he was 18 years old. His newest film, "Like Emmy" is slated to be his biggest and most expensive project to date. So, Cohen is taking to...
9:39 am on Friday February 7, 2014

Local musician Charles Grace takes to IndieGoGo for help with new album

Charles Grace, the sole member of the local band Sleeping Policeman has taken to popular crowdfunding site IndieGoGo for some help with funding his third album.  via IndieGoGo: My name is Charles Grace. I am the singer, songwriter, and guitarist for...
8:30 am on Thursday January 3, 2013

Local reggae band, Treehouse looks to IndieGoGo for funding of new album

Treehouse, a popular North Myrtle Beach-based reggae band that performs 200 shows a year in the region is seeking crowd-sourced funding for their sophomore album.  TreeHouse is looking to their fans to foot some of the bill via IndieGoGo to get the...
7:42 am on Tuesday October 30, 2012

"We Are Not Monsters" filmmakers present at Chapin Library this Sunday

The Myrtle Beach Humanists and Freethinkers will host Sam West and Ethan Sigmon at their monthly meeting on Sunday, November 4, 2012 at 4 p.m. where they will speak about their upcoming documentary, "We Are Not Monsters," which seeks to dispel...
7:03 am on Monday July 9, 2012

Local indie film maker starts second crowdfunded project

After successfully completing his last project, "Dolls for Strangers", Myrtle Beach area filmmaker Ken Cohen is ramping up another short film called "My Face" and he's looking for your help. Lacie and Josh are perfect for one another, but Lacie is...
3:51 am on Friday April 27, 2012

Charleston Garment Manufactory gets funded

Image by Still image by Flickr user blmurchRemember how we told you that Heather Koonse, local designer, pattern drafter, seamstress and owner and creator of The Rose Knot wanted $15,000 to design resource center for local fashion designers to...
6:56 am on Monday February 20, 2012

Help the Charleston Garment Manufactory reshape local style

Image by Flickr user blmurch Update: Funded! Heather Koonse, local designer, pattern drafter, seamstress and owner and creator of The Rose Knot has a dream. Her dream: to turn The Rose Knot into a design resource center for local fashion designers...
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