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Published: Thu, 23 Nov 2017 00:00:01 -0500

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DC's Justice League is moderately entertaining

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 14:56:00 -0500

The opening scene in Justice League is, in a word, lame. Batman (Ben Affleck) stops a petty criminal, and then uses the criminal as bait to draw in a large mosquito-looking demon. The sequence is dark, cartoonish, and doesn't look impressive at all.

Meet some of the Holy City's fiercest DJs

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 04:00:00 -0500

From the Soul Preservation Society of Charleston's Pam Huseby, who's slayed the ones and twos for over two decades, to Samira Miche, who's brought nothing but fire since her turntable debut earlier this year, meet five of Charleston's most phenomenal DJs.

10 Charleston gift ideas for the epicurean in your life in 2017

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 16:41:00 -0500

What do you buy the picky MIL, the niece who has everything, or the friendly neighbor whose fence you accidentally keep backing into? Dear readers, when it comes to holiday shopping, when in doubt, keep it simple. more…

Two Trains Runnin' makes its South Carolina premiere at the Terrace tomorrow night

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 10:06:00 -0500

Two Trains Runnin', a documentary about the search for two forgotten blues singers in Mississippi during the height of the American civil rights movement, makes its South Carolina premiere tomorrow night. Civil rights leader and Summerville resident David Dennis, who appears in the movie, will be on hand for a Q&A following the film, along with Charleston native and Two Trains Runnin' writer Benjamin Hedin. more…

Local artist Tim Hussey's paintings featured on Hulu show, 'Chance'

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 12:50:00 -0500

[embed-1]Have you watched Chance on Hulu? The show, starring Hugh Laurie as neuropsychiatrist Dr. Eldon Chance, follows the doc as he's pulled into the dangerous life of his patient, Jaclyn Blackstone (Gretchen Mol). more…

The Agenda: Decade of new laws missing required seal; Pols pass on SCE&G proposal; Scott pushes gun check reforms

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 12:22:00 -0500

The S.C. state Constitution requires that bills and resolutions passed by the state legislature to have the state seal "affixed" to it. But apparently some 10 years worth of legislation are missing the seal, which is the responsibility of Secretary of State Mark Hammond, who's been in office for 15 years. more…

Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett take their love of VHS tapes on tour with the Found Footage Festival

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 04:00:00 -0500

If it weren't for Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett, we may never have heard about Jack Rebney — one of those early viral video sensations from the bygone era of the mid-aughts.

Celebrate Kickin' Chicken's 20th anniversary by eating all the chicken tenders

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 11:48:00 -0500

So I had just had a mind-blowing epiphany: I've been eating Kickin' Chicken for three-fourths of the restaurant's years in business.

Launched in 1997 under the direction of Chip Roberts and Bobby Perry, the first Kickin' Chicken location was on Morrison Drive near City Paper's old digs. Today, of course we all know Roberts, Perry, and David Miller — who partnered up with the two after they opened their second James Island location — run a locally owned and operated chicken empire. more…

Bin 152 celebrates their eight year anniversary Sun. Nov. 19

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 09:15:00 -0500

Beloved local wine bar Bin 152 celebrates eight years in the biz this Sun. more…

VIDEO: Vive Media shows us all the Charleston time-lapses we'll ever need

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 13:20:00 -0500

Charleston has no shortage of beautiful sights. From the natural beauty of the boneyard beaches to stately Battery mansions, there's a reason why people flock to Charleston from all over.

For the past few months, Charleston multimedia production shop Vive Media has been posting beautiful moving timelapses similar to Instagram's Hyperlapse videos on social media. A new video by Matt Coda, compiling more than 50,000 photos taken over the last year, showcases Vive's tribute to their hometown seen through a series of dramatic beauty shots, is something even the most well-traveled local can appreciate.

(And right on cue, as if he lives in my brain, Coda has also started posting behind the scenes tutorials detailing how he created the video.)

If you don't already, check out Vive Media on Instagram and Facebook.


Sullivan's Island woman who interrupted Bannon speech cited for disorderly conduct

Sat, 11 Nov 2017 10:52:00 -0500

About 32 minutes into Steve Bannon's speech Friday night at The Citadel, just as the former Trump aide had arrived at the subject of rape allegations against President Bill Clinton, a protester interrupted the speech before being escorted out by law enforcement.

Citadel officials tell us that Emily Abedon of Sullivan's Island was given a courtesy summons and cited for disorderly conduct for the incident. We are requesting a full report of the altercation from the military college.
Early in his speech, as the former Trump campaign leader breathlessly recounted election day 2016, "MAGA Day" as he calls it now, Bannon credited the "hand of divine Providence" that helped millionaire businessman Donald Trump president of the United States. more…

VIDEO: Watch Steve Bannon's full Nov. 10 speech at the Citadel

Sat, 11 Nov 2017 10:11:00 -0500

Breitbart executive Steve Bannon, the man credited with stocking the Trump White House with some of its more provocative and polarizing proposals, was honored last night by the student-run Citadel Republican Society. The event, the group's annual fundraising dinner, was attended by local conservative supporters who each paid at least $70 to be in the room, dine on chicken and "Freedom Layer Cake," and hear from Bannon.

CP's Adam Manno posted his report last night, detailing the flow of Bannon's speech. more…

Local combat camera veteran Stacy Pearsall paired with TODAY show service dog

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 11:35:00 -0500

[embed-2]Working with nonprofit America's Vet Dogs, the TODAY show, as part of their "Puppy with a Purpose" series, trained a pup to help physically and emotionally assist a veteran in need of a service dog. For more than a year, guide dog mobility instructor Olivia Poff trained black lab Charlie on the set of the show, and, yesterday, Charlie met his new forever owner, Air Force Combat Camera veteran and Lowcountry resident Stacy Pearsall.

You may recognize Pearsall's name. more…

Thor: Ragnarok is the holiday movie you've been waiting for

Thu, 09 Nov 2017 10:09:00 -0500

You'll be hard pressed to find a better time at the movies in 2017 than Thor: Ragnarok. You expect the grandiose visual effects and action, and the story that both stands alone and works within the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

Eater's "Restaurant of the Year" is only a 2 hour drive away

Wed, 08 Nov 2017 16:39:00 -0500

[embed-1] Bill Addison, Eater's roving restaurant critic, released his latest Eater's America's 38 Essential Restaurants list of the best restaurants in nation today and come to find out, he's named Savannah's The Grey as the very best.

Addison describes the restaurant helmed by Chef Mashama Bailey as referencing African flavors with dishes that bring him closer to South Georgia. "The fare — with its nuanced wielding of spices, its adoration of vegetables, and its telltale bacon smokiness that rattles through so many dishes like a train whistling in the distance — all hearken not only to a place, but also to a person. more…

CofC basketball tips off this week, and they might be the best team in South Carolina

Tue, 07 Nov 2017 16:11:00 -0500

[embed-2] The College of Charleston Cougars kick their season off Friday night with a home match-up against non-conference mid-major Siena. A new basketball season is exciting enough by itself, but at least one national sportswriter has the Cougars ranked above even its in-state ACC and SEC rivals as the best team in South Carolina.

The Cougars open their 2017-2018 season at TD Arena Friday night against the visiting Siena Saints after finishing their 25-win campaign last year, losing the Colonial Athletic Association title game against the UNCW Seahawks.

Since taking the helm, Coach Earl Grant's teams have been built on athletic players pushing the ball on offense and maintaining stifling defense at the other end of the floor. more…

Shepard Fairey documentary, 'Obey Giant,' premieres on Hulu this weekend

Mon, 06 Nov 2017 12:35:00 -0500

Charleston native Shepard Fairey has a new documentary, Obey Giant, produced by documentary filmmaker James Moll and actor James Franco, coming out this Sat. Nov. 11 on Hulu. more…

Here's how to win 10 free po boys from Glass Onion

Mon, 06 Nov 2017 10:48:00 -0500


Each month, all you Glass Onion regulars and shrimp sojourners need only tag a pic taken inside the restaurant with the hashtag #glassonionsc for a chance to win 10 free shrimp po boys.

That's right, TEN. more…

Truck traffic will be re-directed for "at least 90 days" on Wando River Bridge

Mon, 06 Nov 2017 10:38:00 -0500

An inspection of the cables that hold the westbound bridge of I-526 together will cause a slight shift in traffic, according to a statement by the South Carolina Department of Transportation.

A popped cable discovered in September 2016 was replaced by early March, according to chief engineer for operations Andrew Leaphart .

The new inspection, expected to take close to three months, is meant to make sure all other cables remain intact. Regular vehicles passing through the bridge will see little change in their commutes.
[embed-1]Leaphart stressed that one damaged cable is not necessarily cause for alarm.

"If you took a stack of textbooks and put them on the table and you squeezed them all together and picked them up, your hands are putting the pressure to hold those books together," Leaphart explained. more…

After 16 years in business, JB's Smokeshack is for sale

Mon, 06 Nov 2017 09:15:00 -0500


After years of serving up pulled pork and fried chicken, the tiny JB's Smokeshack on Johns Island is for sale.

A sign on the door went up following tropical storm Irma saying that the property was closed for storm clean-up, but realtor Jim Moring has confirmed that the property is now for sale. more…

Roadside Blooms celebrates grand opening of Park Circle shop next Sat. Nov. 11

Fri, 03 Nov 2017 10:43:00 -0400

[embed-1] Roadside Blooms, formerly a mobile flower shop, opens its first brick-and-mortar in Park Circle, in a spot that's probably well-known to CP-ers as the former location of Orange Spot.
[content-1]Roadside Blooms celebrates its grand opening next Sat. more…

The Agenda: Graham says Trump "embracing Obama policies" after NYC attack; Templeton will skip salary if elected

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 12:02:00 -0400


As U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham pushes hard to designate the suspect in the New York City bike path terror attack suspect an "enemy combatant," denying the man the same rights as Americans arrested and charged with crimes, President Donald Trump said he was considering sending the Uzbekistan immigrant to the U.S.'s Guantanamo Bay, Cuba prison camp. more…

Darius Rucker Big Band Concert will feature Sinatra tunes at the Gaillard

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 11:34:00 -0400

Darius Rucker is back with his Big Band Concert, this time at the Gaillard Center on Wed. Feb. 7 to benefit Shawn Jenkins Children Hospital. more…

Protest songs from across the U.S. that you should hear, but probably haven't

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 10:00:00 -0400

Next Wednesday marks one year since Donald Trump was elected president. Whether you find that hard to believe or impossible to forget, what we can probably all agree on is that his rise to the highest office in the land has marked an historic (see also: hysterical and horrific) period in our nation's history. Not surprisingly everyone has an opinion on it, musicians included. To tell their story, here is a collection of protest songs from artists across the nation contributed by members of Association of Alternative Newsmedia. Enjoy.

Signage signals impending opening of Wentworth Street's new Basic Kitchen

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 08:49:00 -0400

If a forthcoming restaurant's Instagram Stories game is any indication of its future success, consider Basic Kitchen one to watch. Each day owners Ben Towill (of New York City's Fat Radish, The Leadbelly, and The East Pole) and his designer wife Kate Dougherty track the progress of their under construction Basic Kitchen, the restaurant that will fill the void of the long empty Andolini's space on Wentworth. more…