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Governor Haley one of the most unpopular Governors in the nation
"Nikki Haley is one of the most unpopular Governors in the country. Only 42% of voters approve of the job she's doing to 49% who disapprove. Out of 43 sitting Governors PPP has polled on, that ranks her 35th in popularity.
Haley has pretty solid numbers within her own party. 70% of Republicans approve of the job she's doing to 22% who disapprove. But with Democrats (15/78 approval) and independents (28/57) her numbers are pretty woeful."
American Idol finalist will perform "Elise Testone Unplugged" at CCU (Update)
Update, December 6, 2012: Last night CCU alumna Testone came back to the Grand Strand.
WBTW reports that Testone performed for an hour and a half to a full house at the Wheel Wright Auditorium. You can watch WBTW's broadcast here, which includes a brief interview with the former American Idol contestant.
"Business As Unusual" event to inpsire creative collaboration (Update: happening now, watch live)
Update December 5th, 2012: The Business As Unusual event is starting and we're streaming it live.
So watch it above or come on by.
Update November 30th, 2012: Rusty Ray over at WBTW News Channel 13 did a great write-up and broadcast about the upcoming Business As Unusual event.
You can read the detailed write-up...
Pulp Fiction & Reservoir Dogs hit theaters each for one day only (last chance tomorrow night)
Just a reminder...
Two of writer/director Quentin Tarantino's best films will be shown in select theaters nationwide, each for one day only, and one of Myrtle Beach's theaters is actually on the list of those participating.
FathomEvents is releasing both films, celebrating twenty years of Tarantino's film directing.
The first of the two films being shown this week is Reservoir Dogs, which was...
The Sun News' online presence to go pay at the end of the year (Update: Begins today)
Update December 5, 2012: We got word via Twitter that today at 11 a.m. is the day the switch will be flipped and the Sun News will require a paid subscription to view the majority of its online content.
You can read a letter from the editor here.
Update November 7, 2012: It's official and the Sun News' Editor and Vice President spelled it out in a letter to the...
#MYR Chick-fil-A to the rescue
A friend recently 'liked' a post on Facebook that caught my attention and thought it was a perfect story for TheDigitel.
The post "liked" was on the national Chick-fil-A Facebook page from a local woman named, Charlotte Boswell. The post, is a pretty awesome story about how one local Chick-fil-A employee at the downtown Myrtle Beach location came to the rescue of a woman in need of a milkshake at 9:00am.