Posted on September 28, 2020 by iwano@_84
SUMMERVILLE — Years ago, Doty Park near downtown looked drastically different when it was a huge hub for Black residents.
There wasn’t a community center. And baseball fields used to sit where tennis courts now stand. Those fields were typically filled predominately with Black residents from the Alston and Brownsville areas.
Anthony Pinckney, a 58-year-old native Summerville resident, said his wife ran the concession stand. He used to drive around the park after the baseball fields were replaced, trying to remember the good days.
Louis Smith, another longtime Summerville resident, said being there in the 1980s and ’90s felt like a neighborhood experience.
“You probably had a lot of marriage proposals out there,” he said. “It was a cultural hub of the community.”
For decades, Doty Park was the home to the Carolina Dixie Youth Baseball League. It was a program where Black and White children in large numbers could
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Posted on May 2, 2020 by iwano@_84
The kitchen in a home is the central area that is always bustling with activity. In olden days, the kitchen was the place where an open fire was kept alive from dawn to dusk not only to cook meals for the family but also to keep warm in times of wet and cold weather.
We live in ultra modern times today where homes and houses are fashionably designed to make a statement of the taste and likings of the owner or the occupant. Most people take on the job of modifications and renovations upon themselves as a DIY project to give space to their creative ideas and imagination. Renovating or remodeling the kitchen is a very popular DIY concept that sounds attractive to hordes of people, even amateurs with no previous experience of remodeling or renovation. While it is a rather creative and cost-effective way to redesign that area of … Read More