Posts Tagged ‘education’


Space One Eleven

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Where people and art and people meet words and photos by Beau Gustafson Margot Wade, a teacher and education coordinator at Space One Eleven, says “this is what it is like here. We provide a nurturing/learning environment and the kids create art and solve problems. Everybody thinks and communicates differently and if you nurture and… Read More

B-Metro: The Deep South College Guide

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

B-Metro presents the Deep South College Guide as a resource for parents, students and non-traditional students to learn more about select institutions of higher learning and the paths they offer toward a better life. You will find these opportunities detailed in this collection of profiles of Southern institutes of higher learning, with special attention to… Read More

A Bias, An Irony- Our (Education) Lottery

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Recent events have me considering my opinion on the lottery. And no, Milton McGregor’s acquittal has no bearing here. It was a year ago last month. Boss and I were on a road trip. As we pulled in to a gravel lot at a rural South Carolina gas station, he looked at me with a calm… Read More

Lost & Found

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

A delayed generation moves forward one sidestep at a time. Written by Sam George Portraits by Beau Gustafson “Life is what happens to us while we are making other plans.” — Allen Saunders (widely attributed to John Lennon) To begin with… Let’s start with the numbers, shall we? Everyone knows that the current economic climate… Read More

Everybody Needs a Hero!

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

The Chelsea firehouse is home to Hero the Firedog. He and Lieutenant Don Williamson have made it their mission to teach children about fire safety. Text and Photography by Edward Badham The age-old adage is true, we all do need a hero. We need  someone to look up to, someone to admire. Our heroes give us… Read More