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This Month's Features
Robert Carter is Writing a New Chapter in His Life
On a sunny Lowcountry day around five years ago, Robert Carter answered a knock on his door. On his front porch he discovered Mike Veeck, the son of a baseball legend and part owner of five minor league teams, and Bill Murray, the star of “Groundhog Day,” “Ghostbusters,” “Stripes” and dozens of other hit movies. Veeck, a longtime friend and former neighbor, and Murray, a relatively new acquaintance, invited Carter to join them on a bike ride. Though he probably didn’t realize it at the time, on that afternoon of leisure and exercise, “the Granddaddy of Charleston Culinary” was writing the opening pages of a new chapter in his life as one of the Lowcountry’s most celebrated chefs. In January 2013, Carter, Veeck, Murray and local businessman Brad Creger combined their talents to launch Rutledge Cab Co., a popular restaurant at the corner of Rutledge Avenue and Mount Pleasant St...
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Cecil Scaglione Mature Life Features
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Every pet owner who has taken a trip to the vet knows that medical treatment for pets is n...
Read More It’s All Gone
by Cappy Rearick
“His body is here,” my friend said, “but the rest of him is in a place w...