Culinary Critics – The Old Edgefield Grill

Culinary Critics – The Old Edgefield Grill

    The Advertiser’s Culinary Critics: A Series Running also in the Advertiser Print Edition The Old Edgefield Grill 202 Penn Street Edgefield, SC 29824 803-637-3222   LUNCH – Tuesday – Saturday 11-2 DINNER – Wednesday – Saturday – Start serving entrees at 6:00 and stop serving at 9:30 HAPPY HOUR – Wednesday – Saturday […]

The Many Talents of Jane Herlong

The Many Talents of Jane Herlong

  Jane Jenkins Herlong, a former Miss South Carolina, takes adversity and turns it into success.  Just recently she reached a pinnacle – she was named by the CPAE of the National Speaker’s Association to their Speakers Hall of Fame. So what was the adversity? Here is how Jane tells it.  She was nominated 13 […]

Tony Frazier – from under the hood to behind the desk

Tony Frazier – from under the hood to behind the desk

Tony Frazier is quick to give the many mentors in his life credit for what he knows and has accomplished.  It is what now he wants to do with his life – give back to the young people out there what he gained during his schooling.  He is leaving his business of 27 years, Frazier […]

Jean Bell Gets Her Wings

Jean Bell Gets Her Wings

Eighty-six year old Jean Bell of Ward, SC, finally got her wings.  Not her angel wings — although some may argue that she deserves those too — but her flight attendant wings.  The story of this event was told to The Advertiser by family friend Kelli Graham, a former flight attendant herself, who was instrumental […]

Remembering Vietnam

Remembering Vietnam

The following article is provided as the beginning of a series of articles as part of the USA Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War. Bill Murrell was 19 years old when he received his draft notice in 1968. He said he was the only person from Saluda to get a draft notice […]

Businesswoman, but Always Artist

Businesswoman, but Always Artist

Pamela Moore’s purple fence around her house created a little stir years ago when she came to live in Edgefield. She knew she would be forgiven such an unusual “appointment” because she was and is an artist. That purple fence followed her as she moved from retail business, theatre promoter, then owner of an entertainment […]

Book Review:  “Charleston” by Margaret Bradham Thornton

Book Review:  “Charleston” by Margaret Bradham Thornton

Find The Advertiser and Dave in this new novel Reviewed by David Marshall James This emotionally expansive, visually lush novel would have been irresistible as a screen project for producer Ross Hunter and director Douglas Sirk, fifty-plus years ago. Although Margaret Bradham Thornton’s first novel takes place during the early 1990s, it could have been […]

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