The Agenda: Bike clubs worry about violence; Zimmerman reaction; SC's pricey schools

New Miss S.C. credits, family, coach, Taylor Swift

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Motorcycle clubs - A few weeks after a fatal shooting at a North Charleston motorcycle shop, members of local bike clubs say (P&C) that if the animosity between the sometimes-friendly groups isn't tamped down, more violence will result.

Miss Mount Pleasant - 23-year old law student Brooke Mosteller credited her family, coach and Taylor Swift (AP) after being crowned Miss South Carolina this weekend in Columbia.

Zimmerman - Asking folks outside the Meeting Street Piggly Wiggly on Friday what they thought about the George Zimmerman acquittal, the P&C found many who were surprised and unhappy over the verdict. Atlanta Falcons wide receiver and James Island native Roddy White ultimately apologized (SI.com) for a tweet critical of members of the jury, saying that he was "shocked and upset."

SC Schools - South Carolina's colleges and universities are the 7th-most expensive in the nation.

Graham - If anyone's going to beat Sen. Lindsey Graham in 2014, Patch says it likely won't be someone already in the state's legislative delegation, a conclusion Democratic state Rep. Leon Stavrinakis agreed saying, ""

Late-night "Southern Charm" - South of Broaders are angry (P&C) over Bravo's plans to film in the neighborhood late at night, and have adopted rules to "reserve the beauty andintegrity of the neighborhood," including requesting a $1,000 donation to the neighborhood association per day for use of the area in filming.

Downtown shooting - Two men have been charged after a fatal shooting (P&C) Saturday night at the intersection of Meeting and Woolfe Street.


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