December 31, 2010 RSS feed / Business

Anna Redwine, art and the Walker Institute

Becoming a professional ar tist is not a straight shot, typically. South Carolina’s Jasper Johns, for instance, decorated 5th Avenue windows for Bonwit Teller and Tiffany & Co. in the mid- Fifties while he was painting his Flag. More...

Folks about town

Dr. James E. Lanpher is the new provost at Columbia International University.   Sharon C. Bramlett, an attorney with McNair Law Firm, has been reappointed chairman for the Council of Advisors on Consumer Credit by Governor Mark Sanford. More...

Long’s Drugs gives $10,000 to Special Olympics

The $10,000 is part of $25,000 pledge by Long’s Drug Company in a 12–month period to assist in providing year–round sports opportunities to the 18,000 Special Olympics athletes in So More...

Callison Tighe & Robinson gives $10,000

Callison Tighe & Robinson has contributed $10,000 to Harvest Hope Food Bank, marking the second year in a row the law firm has reached out during the holiday season to people in need. More...

Briefs

Warning: Probably headed this way   More...

Mungo Brothers donate $90,000 to Free Medical Clinic

In memory of their father, the late Michael J. Mungo, brothers Stewart and Steven Mungo recently donated $90,000 to the Columbia Free Medical Clinic.   More...

Wilson joins St. Andrews Rotary

Rebecca Wilson, Carolina First Bank St. Andrews assistant vice president and branch manager, joined the St. Andrews Rotary Club December 14. More...

Express Oil change coming to Sandhill

Colliers International announces that Tripp Bradley has brokered the sale of 0.59 acres for use as an Express Oil Change & Service Center at the Village at Sandhill in Columbia, South Carolina. More...