Kennedy McCord is a Charlotte transplant hailing from the great state of Alabama who has been creating music since the age of seven. He's doesn't limit hisself to one particular genre but rather prefers to connect sonically to everyone on all levels.
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Stella Maris Catholic Church located on Sullivan Island, one of Charleston's favorite churches. It is unique and traditional. John & Abigail had a full mass wedding ceremony. Shortly after the family s and the bridal party waved their handkerchiefs then got on the Charleston bus to The old village of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. [...]
Late spring is a time of excitement and happiness. School is out and many families begin spending more time with on another. Spring is also a time for graduating seniors to strut across the stage and become alumni. This year the Snype clan trekked to Virginia to see one of its own graduate from the prestigious Cosby High School in Richmond. The auditorium was abustle [...]
Mini Mouse and baby trikes were all this little one culd ask for And she got it in abundances. Chris and Sasha Ransom celebrate baby Dailyn in style. The prissy Miss was joined by papa nana and friends.
This past Sunday, students at the College of Charleston celebrated one of life's major milestones, graduation. All the long hours of studying, getting drunk and partying have culminated into this moment. Recent alums walked proudly across the stage where the a classic white tux and dress, a tradition practiced by the college for years. The weather this year was perfectly pleasant unlike years gone by where [...]
Alexis and Alexander share marital bliss this March 19, 2016. The couple's lovely Charleston wedding to place at The First Baptist Church on James Island with the reception held at the Marriott Lockwood Blvd located near the historic district. Friends and family from across the globe came to celebrate the couple's special day.
It was a briskly cold night in December atop a building whose name belied the atmosphere. I was her of the Queen City's inhabitants came to think, to breath. To just be a queen.
As the temperature starts to fall and I say farewell to the summer, I'm reminded of a time in the summer that foretold this time. This summer I visited the great city of Chicago. One of the jewels of the Midwest. My visit to the city, like most cities, was filled with wandering with friends and wandering alone. During my travels I came across some [...]
Labor day has come is a time to remember all of those courage men and women who fought the arduous fight to secure the rights and freedoms of the working class. Without their struggle we wouldn't be able to enjoy things like, the 40-hour work week, overtime, sick leave, maternity leave, or workers compensation to name a few. It is a true celebration of a [...]