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The Wine World’s Mysterious Primovito Grape

By Georgene Mortimer, Island Winery Primitivo Roots; This mysterious Italian grape has unexpected connections around the world. The Primitivo grape caused quite a stir in the wine world. At first, the quandary surrounded the geographic origin of the grape. Then, a new debate raged over a seemingly unrelated issue: the California Zinfandel grape. Brought to the East… Read More…

Spartina: The Splendor of Our Marsh Grass

By Anneliza Itkor, Outside Hilton Head Cordgrass serves as a keystone element in the Lowcountry’s saltmarsh environment. March heralds the arrival of spring here on Hilton Head Island. While the rest of the country may look to budding trees to indicate winter’s conclusion, here in the Lowcountry, our marsh grass paints the canvas of seasonal… Read More…

Hilton Head Island Airport Offers New Flights

This press release courtesy of Delta Airlines:  Delta will offer three daily flights from Atlanta to popular coastal resort town as well as Saturday service from New York-LaGuardia By Staff Writer Delta is launching new service to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina beginning this spring, the 330th destination in Delta’s expanding global network. Daily flights… Read More…

History of Pickleball

Article and photo: Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort The story goes that after playing golf one summer Saturday in 1965, Joel Pritchard, a congressman from Washington State, and Bill Bell, a successful businessman, returned to Pritchard’s home on Bainbridge Island, WA (near Seattle) to find their families sitting around with nothing to do. The property had… Read More…

Gullah Culture – Did You Know?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his “I Have a Dream” speech among the Gullah community on St. Helena Island, SC. The 1991 movie Daughters of the Dust, about three generations of Gullah women, was the first feature film directed by an African-American woman to have a general U.S. theatrical release. Photo: By Source, Fair… Read More…