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Men's lacrosse announces 2023 signing class

RICHMOND, Va. – Richmond men's lacrosse announced the members of its 2023 signing class Wednesday, one week after prospective student-athletes enrolling in college in 2023 were first eligible to sign a National Letter of Intent.Twelve players signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Richmond and compete for the Spiders as freshmen in 2023-24. The group is comprised of five players from New York – including three players from Long Island – two players from Ontario, and one each from Georgia, Mass...

RICHMOND, Va. – Richmond men's lacrosse announced the members of its 2023 signing class Wednesday, one week after prospective student-athletes enrolling in college in 2023 were first eligible to sign a National Letter of Intent.

Twelve players signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Richmond and compete for the Spiders as freshmen in 2023-24. The group is comprised of five players from New York – including three players from Long Island – two players from Ontario, and one each from Georgia, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia.

"The 12 young men that just signed their NLIs are an accomplished group," said Spiders head coach Dan Chemotti. "They are stellar students, from lacrosse hotbeds and non-traditional areas, including Canada, and they have excelled in a variety of sports. Above all else, they are phenomenal people with great character who have what it takes to continue the championship culture we've established over the last 10 years. The level of talent in this class is a credit to the hard work by our assistant coaches and the fact that the University of Richmond is, without question, the full package."

Richmond is one of the nation's most successful men's lacrosse programs, having reached the NCAA Tournament in four of the last eight seasons. The Spiders, 2022 Southern Conference champions, have played in eight straight conference championship games, the longest active streak in Division I. In May, the program announced it would move to the Atlantic 10 in 2023 to compete in the inaugural season of A-10 men's lacrosse. UR will be joined by High Point, Hobart, Massachusetts, Saint Joseph's, and St. Bonaventure in the league.

Names, positions, high schools, and hometowns for Richmond's 2023 signing class are below.

NAME (POSITION) - HIGH SCHOOL (HOMETOWN) Gavin Creo (Attack) - Chaminade (Rockville Centre, NY) Michael Fagen (Midfield) - Lynbrook (Lynbrook, NY) Lucas Littlejohn (Attack/Midfield) - Holy Trinity (Courtice, Ontario) Luke Meyer (Attack/Midfield) - Port Washington (Port Washington, NY) Nate Murphy (Defense) - Paul VI (Chantilly, VA) Charlie Packard (Midfield) - Hingham (Hingham, MA) Brayden Penafeather-Stevenson (Defense) - Baldwinsville (Baldwinsville, NY) Sean Siegel (Defense) - Byram Hills (Pleasantville, NY) Lucas Slate (Attack/Midfield) - Episcopal (Downingtown, PA) Tye Steenhuis (Midfield) - Hill Academy (St. Catharines, Ontario) Jackson Strickland (Face Off) - Calvert Hall (Sullivan's Island, SC) Aidan Wooley (Midfield) - Westminster (Atlanta, GA)

List: The Top 22 Places To Retire In South Carolina

Niche.com compiled a list of the best places to retire in South Carolina. The list was calculated “based on the number of retirees, weather, and access to healthcare and entertainment. Ranking based on data from the U.S. Census, FBI, CDC, and other data sources. Read more on how this ranking was calculate...

Niche.com compiled a list of the best places to retire in South Carolina. The list was calculated “based on the number of retirees, weather, and access to healthcare and entertainment. Ranking based on data from the U.S. Census, FBI, CDC, and other data sources. Read more on how this ranking was calculated. ”

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that most of these locations are on the water. South Carolina is known for its grand strand and Lowcountry beaches. Some are all small-town vibes, while others are close enough to larger metros if that’s what you need! Now I just figure out how to grow my retirement fund by 100x or maybe just hit the lottery. I could handle working a fun part-time job while enjoying all these towns have to offer. Oh well, at this point I’ll just dream!

This South Carolina City Tops The Best Small Cities of 2022 List

CondeNaste recently released its 35th annual Readers’ Choice Awards. These awards reflect the travel experiences of their readers. Awards feature the best, from hotels and airlines to cruises and islands. And also cities. And it was a South Carolina city that topped the best small cities in the US list. I have to say, it’s a good one! All but two of the top 10 are on the east coast, with the vast majority in the south. All have a rich history adding to their appeal. And topping the list is a South Carolina city that’s chock full of southern charm (and incredible food!). But it’s not just that one. A second South Carolina city comes in at number 5 and a beloved North Carolina coastal city also made the list.

Personally, I’ve been to 5 of the cities on this list, and there are definite things I love about all of them! Some I’ve visited many times and others I’d love to have more time to explore. I also added a couple of Florida towns to my bucket list today. They are fantastic places to visit and I’m sure even better places to live And at a time when the desire to travel is sky high, you don’t even need a reason to book a trip. I’m out of weekends for this year so moving on to planning for 2023! Here are the best cities in the U.S., as voted by CondeNast Traveler readers:

Southern Jewelry Makers We LOVE

Whether it’s an effortless pair of simple gold studs or a diamond-studded bracelet, jewelry is always a pleasure to gift and receive. And when it’s sourced from small, women-owned businesses, the “happy” is even happier. From stunning hammered metals to eco-friendly stones and funky statement-making shapes, you’ll swoon over these Southern jewelry brands.SB NOTE: This list is just a slice of the hundreds of jewelry designers around the South that y’all adore. If we missed your favorite, let us k...

Whether it’s an effortless pair of simple gold studs or a diamond-studded bracelet, jewelry is always a pleasure to gift and receive. And when it’s sourced from small, women-owned businesses, the “happy” is even happier. From stunning hammered metals to eco-friendly stones and funky statement-making shapes, you’ll swoon over these Southern jewelry brands.

SB NOTE: This list is just a slice of the hundreds of jewelry designers around the South that y’all adore. If we missed your favorite, let us know! We always want to learn about new brands. Email zoe@styleblueprint.com.

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Judith Bright is nothing short of a Southern style icon. You’ve seen her jewelry on movie stars, but you’ve also gifted it to your next-door neighbor who helped you out in a pinch. Judith’s pieces are approachable, colorful (if that’s your thing), and loveable for a lifetime. Whether you’re customizing by birthstone or gemstone or shopping what’s in stock, you know you’re doing direct good in the community, too.

Jenny Crane McHugh makes “serious jewels for those who don’t take themselves too seriously.” And ain’t that the truth? Her pieces are luxurious and loud without being obnoxious. Asymmetry and weird shapes rule, and an innate playfulness will spark a smile at each glance, whether you wear Campbell + Charlotte every day or just on certain ones.

One piece we’re obsessed with: The Edge Ferris Wheel Ring Small (bottom left). Campbell + Charlotte is a worthy splurge for the adventurous ones on your list. Image: Campbell + Charlotte

When it comes to sourcing and setting fine gemstones, Liz Martindale is the indisputable guru of the South. At age 19, she began repurposing broken jewelry pieces from antique markets. The hobby sparked her to study and get certified at the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). Her 18 to 22kt gold and platinum designs are inspired by travel, architecture, and nature.

One piece we’re obsessed with: Hammered Gold Diamond Earrings. Get a feel for her designs on her Instagram, then email her to order! Image: Liz Legg via Instagram

“Hints of New Orleans architecture, Louisiana wildlife, and everyday objects have been transformed into iconic pieces of jewelry” since 1969, says Mignon Faget’s journal. Her Magazine Street design house churns out delectable collections of everyday and special occasion pieces.

One element we’re obsessed with: The bracelets in the Halo Collection. They come in all sorts of colors and metals, but the sterling silver woven with Sleeping Beauty Turquoise stones is … *chef’s kiss.* Image: Mignon Faget

For more than 20 years, Melissa Tyson has been transforming metal scraps into stunning pieces through melting, molding, and hammering.” Craftsmanship to me is about excellence but not perfection,” Melissa’s “about me” reads. She leaves little marks of her process as reminders that humans are innately flawed, but imperfections can still be beautiful.

One piece we’re obsessed with: Stick and Stone Diamond Necklace. Melissa Tyson offers a vast selection of sustainable gemstones to choose from. Image: Melissa Tyson Designs

Ann Williams started Yearly Co. after she witnessed a precious exchange of a simple gold bracelet between her grandfather and her grandmother. Now, her Nashville-based team of metalworkers uses ethically sourced and recycled 14k gold to create simple and buildable pieces made to be worn, collected, and handed down for generations.

One piece we’re obsessed with: The Monogram bangle. There are limitless ways to personalize these bangles, and more is definitely more! | Image: Yearly Co.

Specializing in organic textures and whimsical shapes, Goldbug has a bevy of unexpected surprises for the quirky and hard-to-shop-for. Ashley Reid Martin slings her modern handmade jewelry in the cutest shop on Sullivan’s Island, SC, but you can peruse the ever-evolving Hot off the Bench! section on her online store. We want everything!

One piece we’re obsessed with: The Eep Earrings inspired by Eep from The Croods, a movie that Ashley’s kids love. Image: Goldbug

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In her hometown of Lockhart, Texas, the Southern women around Susan Shaw never left the house without their “earbobs” on. Since 1979, Susan has been crafting timeless pieces and solidifying her “shtick” with signature motifs like bees and butterflies.

The piece we’re obsessed with: Grey Baroque Pearl Chain Bracelet. There are hundreds of combinations to create with Susan Shaw’s chain bracelets. Image: Susan Shaw

Suzanne Crook and Carolyn Greenfield, the visionaries behind Carden Avenue, create pieces that are both edgy and classic. The mix of metals makes for statement-making color contrast, and emblems like antique coins and crosses give meaning and power to their collection.

One piece we’re obsessed with: Petite Moon Pave Diamond Necklace. The next layer in your collection!? We say yes. Image: Carden Avenue

Atlanta-based jewelry designer Starr Miller “takes equal parts inspiration from Rihanna, her mother, and My Little Pony,” says her site. And we can see this amalgamation of legacy and culture in her inventive pieces. Starr seems to get lost (in the best way) in her inlaid gemstones and celestial engravings.

What we’re obsessed with: All of these flat and domed celestial engraved diamond rings. Image: Pieces of Starr

Working with both semi-precious and precious stones and lots of different metals, Emily Warden does it all. From custom diamonded bridal to fabulous “under $120” staples, there is something for everyone here. Emily’s childhood love of miniature, tiny things translated into a creative career in jewelry — small pieces of art. When she isn’t metalsmithing, Emily is also a trained hot glass blower and sculptor.

One piece we’re obsessed with: The Cleo Collar. The silver and the gold are so cute, and we may just wear them together. Image: Emily Warden Designs

Shelby Mullins is a multifaceted designer who does small-scale interior design work and boasts a small-but-mighty collection of hand-crafted jewelry. She mixes modern elements with antiques in her spaces, and her “modern heirloom” jewelry reflects the same idea. From simple huggies to stunning cigar bands, Studio Mullins knocks it out of the park.

One piece we’re obsessed with: The Margot Earrings. They’re chic and art-deco without being too fussy. Image: Studio Mullins

Keaton Sanders Martin creates wearable art that incorporates natural elements in the most spellbinding ways. It’s the opposite of mass production — every piece is made by hand, and no two are the same. They’re chunky, eye-catching, and something you’ll be sublimely proud to own. Keaton also creates the coolest bolo ties if you’ve got a cowboy or cowgirl on your list.

One piece we’re obsessed with: Rainbow Ammonite Fossil and Peruvian Pyrite Collar (left) and a different variation (right). Image: Keaton Sanders

Irresistibly playful and buildable, the Cara Ó Sello collection has something for everyone. Designed and handmade in South Florida by two sisters, Andrea (27) and Nicole Alvardedo (30), and their mom, it’s no wonder the younger gens are eating this up. Be the cool gifter and give Cara Ó Sello.

The trend we’re obsessed with: all things freshwater PEARLS. It’s tough to choose just one thing, but at this brand’s great price point, you might not have to! Image: Cara Ó Sello

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Vana’s mastery of paper silhouette art turned a small Etsy shop into a boutique lifestyle brand with global recognition and impactful community giveback. Vana’s team takes your sentimental photos of people, pets, or moments and fashions your images into silhouette portraits to create stunning jewelry and accessories that will stay in the family forever.

The piece we’re obsessed with: Build Your Own 14K Gold Heirloom Charm Necklace. The order date for custom silhouette charms for your BYO necklace has passed if you want them in time for Christmas, but you can always wrap up an IOU and surprise them in the new year! Image: Vana Chupp Studio

Bold, often oversized, and always irresistible pieces meant to wow are Margaret Ellis Jewelry’s specialty! Owner and designer Mclaine Richardson (who kept the name Margaret Ellis to honor 30 years of mentorship by the brand’s founder) continues to take the highest quality materials and amalgamize them in the most unexpected and delightful ways.

One piece we’re obsessed with: Mega Double Wuss Necklace. This rayon cord necklace with a large sterling silver (or bronze) double hoop pendant will turn heads and have everyone asking, “Who MADE that!?” Image: Margaret Ellis Jewelry

Amber and Edward Glassman quit their full-time jobs and moved to Austin, Texas, to create a lifestyle brand honoring Amber’s brother, who passed away tragically. Their pieces are meant to uplift, inspire, and you can find the perfect personal gift for every relationship.

One collection we’re obsessed with: The Healing Stones Collection. Mix and match the gemstone in the dainty bracelets and chokers. Image: Bryan Anthonys

Happy jewelry box refresh!

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Town leaders, advocates say cutting of Sullivan’s Island Maritime Forest likely illegal

SULLIVAN’S ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Sullivan’s Island leaders say they’re hiring an attorney to look at ways to overturn a plan that could lead to large portions of the island’s maritime forest being cut down. The vote to hire Attorney William Wilkin came just days after a portion of the forest was potentially illegally cut near Station 26 on the island.Drone footage provided by SI4ALL shows a section roughly the width of a house was cleared. The clearing is raising concerns for residents while town official...

SULLIVAN’S ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Sullivan’s Island leaders say they’re hiring an attorney to look at ways to overturn a plan that could lead to large portions of the island’s maritime forest being cut down. The vote to hire Attorney William Wilkin came just days after a portion of the forest was potentially illegally cut near Station 26 on the island.

Drone footage provided by SI4ALL shows a section roughly the width of a house was cleared. The clearing is raising concerns for residents while town officials say they are investigating to determine if the cutting was illegal.

“We were heartbroken and devastated to see the extent of the cutting,” says Karen Byko, President of SI4ALL.

The clearing has town leaders and residents including Byko scrambling to stop the chop of the island’s accreted forest the say provides protection from storms and flooding while offering a home for native wildlife.

“Concern is that we are devastating the very thing that is protecting us and it provides a home to our wildlife partners,” says Byko.

A majority of the cutting happened behind a house near Station 26 on Atlantic Avenue. Zillow records show the house was listed for sale on February 10th, around the time the cutting was believed to have happened, for $2.9 million. The house was then taken off the market five days later on February 15th after concerns over the cutting were raised at a town council meeting.

News 2 went to the home in front of the cutting to ask the owners if they knew anything about the cutting, a housekeeper was the only person home at the time and declined to answer questions.

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control says they haven’t received any tree cutting permits from either the Town of Sullivan’s Island or private residents. The agency says they recommended more discussion at the local level late last year before permitting any clearing of vegetation.

Town councilmembers Gary Visser and Scott Millimet called the cutting illegal and disheartening to see.

“The disregard for our community that they are a part of,” says Visser. Millimet called the act “extremely selfish.”

Sullivan’s Island Mayor Pat O’neil says the town is conducting a serious and thorough investigation into the cutting to identify those responsible and hold them accountable. Town officials are hopeful stricter penalties for cutting trees will be adopted by Town Council moving forward.

“If somebody says you’re going to have to wear an orange jumpsuit for 30 days, that might be a bigger deterrent,” says Millimet.

“We hope that they will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law,” says Byko.

The Army Corps of Engineers says they have not been contacted to investigate the cutting. Town officials say they will continue to investigate the incident.

Sullivan’s Island celebrates Carolina Day 2022

Residents and island visitors gathered on a clear Saturday at the steps of Town Hall Plaza on Sullivan’s Island to commemorate the 246th anniversary of the Battle of Sullivan’s Island, an annual event hosted by Battery Gadsden Cultural Center.On June 28, 1776, Sgt. William Jasper and others from the Second South Carolina Regiment, which was commanded by Col. William Moultrie, hoisted a regimental flag upon a partially completed palmetto ...

Residents and island visitors gathered on a clear Saturday at the steps of Town Hall Plaza on Sullivan’s Island to commemorate the 246th anniversary of the Battle of Sullivan’s Island, an annual event hosted by Battery Gadsden Cultural Center.

On June 28, 1776, Sgt. William Jasper and others from the Second South Carolina Regiment, which was commanded by Col. William Moultrie, hoisted a regimental flag upon a partially completed palmetto log fort to defend colonial Charleston against a major land and sea assault led by British Admiral Sir Peter Parker and Gen. Henry Clinton.

On Saturday, emcee Chuck Galis welcomed the gathering crowd to a Carolina Day celebration. Sullivan’s Island Mayor Patrick O’Neil read a proclamation to kick off the ceremony. Members of Boy Scout Troop 59, which meets regularly at Stella Maris Church on the island, led a presentation and raising of the bright blue Moultrie Flag, followed by a dramatic musket salute by members of the modern-day Second South Carolina Regiment.

Maggie Adams, regent for St. Sullivan Chapter-NSDAR, recalled the life, death and courageous example of Col. Michael Kovats, a Hungarian cavalryman who trained and led the Continental Army during the British siege of Charleston. In January 1777, Kovats penned a letter to then-American Ambassador in France, Benjamin Franklin, in which he pledged his sword to defend the Continental Army’s cause. He famously closed the letter with the salutation, “Most faithful unto death.” Kovats ultimately gave his life in the American War for Independence on May 11, 1779. (Wikipedia reports, “To this date, Michael de Kovats is celebrated by cadets at The Citadel Military College in Charleston, South Carolina, where part of the campus is named in his honor. The Hungarian Embassy in Washington, D.C., has a statue sculpted by Paul Takacs and executed by Attila Dienes.”)

Mike Walsh, president of the Battery Gadsden Cultural Center, closed the ceremony by conveying the 2022 Cultural Stewardship Award to former Sullivan’s Island resident Wayne Stelljes. The Rev. Dr. Daniel W. Massie offered a benediction.

Rob Byko is a local Realtor and avid photographer. All photos in this story are by Rob Byko Photography and are copyrighted. All rights reserved.

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