Showing posts from February 15, 2010

"Refer Moon" by Roger Pinkney gets optioned to make a movie

The newest book by Roger Pinkney of Daufuskie Island is being sold and optioned as a movie. This is exciting news for our local southern writer. Roger Pinckney and His Reefer Moon Author: Courtney Hampson Naughton He lives his life by the tide, the sunrise, and the sunset. His way of life is the Daufuskie Island way. Laid back. Sand and sea soaked. Preservation focused. With a gruff exterior and a questioning eye, Roger Pinckney may not endear you at the outset. However, I warmed to him almost immediately the first time I met him three years ago. When he calls you “dear” in his sweet Southern twang it’s hard not to. But, I think it’s fair to say that some folks may be put off by his pointed commentary regarding those who have invaded his beloved Lowcountry, where he was born and raised. “My people have been here for seven generations,” he said. “I am the voice of the dispossessed, white and black. Between the developer and the tax man, the things I love are vanishing… Eve

Melrose Golf Course is open for business

Just call Patrick Ford at the Pro Shop for a Tee Time. Bloody Point is in disarray and may not be able to be played by April. I will post the pro shop phone numbers as well as the store for food and some other helpful names and number for everyone as soon as I compile a list. Have a wonderful vacation on Daufuskie Island.