Gullah Culture, Water Sports & Southern Fare in Beaufort 

Oct 9, 2015

BEAUFORT, S.C. — She struts like a peacock colored in bright oranges, reds and yellows. She spins 500 stories; now guess which one’s true? She pounds a stout walking staff and demands you dance.

As Gullah storyteller “Aunt Pearlie Sue,” Anita Singleton-Prather entrances with a mastery of dazzle, drama and delight. The same can be said for Beaufort, this little, dreamy town on the South Carolina coast...

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