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Published: Tue, 21 Nov 2017 00:00:01 -0500

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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…

Freeloaders: Shake ya tailfeathers

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 15:21:12 -0500

Holy turkey, Charleston, it's almost Thanksgiving! Black Friday is mere days away and you're about to spend a bunch of money (probably). Save your dough this week with our list of free events.

'Women &' 2018 series takes on the Dead, Tom Petty, and more

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:09:00 -0500

During last night's Dudes & Dolly event, the Charleston Music Hall announced that Lindsay Holler and Hazel Ketchum's successful Women & series, where local musicians cover the songs of a legend, will continue into 2018 with the following themes: Women & the Dead on Fri. Jan. 12, Women & Petty on Fri. more…

CofC professor to host a sequel to 16-year-old gentrification panel

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 13:48:00 -0500

The age-old question of what is becoming of downtown Charleston will get some updated answers 16 years later.

College of Charleston sociology professor Paul Roof is re-creating a discussion put together by political science students at the college in November 2001. In the "sparsely attended forum," as written in the Dec. 5, 2001 issue of the City Paper, panelists and attendees discussed "the root causes and potential cures for the strip's growing struggle with gentrification."

"Do we really need three Starbuckses within a one-mile radius?" wondered small business consultant Manny Mello during a conversation that was dominated by concerns over national chains, rising rents, and malls.

Now, less than two months away from 2018 and closer to seven Starbuckses in a one-mile radius, Roof says it's time to re-examine the path Charleston has been on for the better part of two decades.

Give a turkey and $20 to One80 Place tomorrow

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 13:10:00 -0500

Donate a turkey (or other sizable protein) and $20 to One80 Place shelter tomorrow to help one of this city's most important organizations.

One80 Place works to help prevent and end homelessness in Charleston by housing people, helping individuals find employment, and feeding 175,782 meals last year alone.

In order to continue their mission, One80 Place is inviting donations of a frozen turkey and a $20 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow, Tues. more…

The Agenda: N. Chs. in midst of most-deadly two-year stretch; Supreme Court clarifies domestic violence ruling

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 12:02:00 -0500

North Charleston is in the midst of its most-deadly two-year stretch on record with 66 homicides. For their part, North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey and Police Chief Eddie Driggers, who Summey picked to lead the department in 2012, have reportedly shut down at least 10 P&C interview requests on the subject in the last month. 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 jewelry designer Lina Rosa takes home Garden & Gun Made in the South runner-up award

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 09:52:00 -0500

Last week Garden & Gun announced their roster of Made in the South winners, and ocal jewelry designer Paulina Rodriguez took home the style runner-up award for her line of delicately beaded earrings, Lina Rosawith.

The annual awards, which highlight products in categories like home, food and drink, and style, can be a launching point to bigger things for recipients. 

In an interview with G&G, Rosa says, "I was so obsessed with beading when I was a teenager. more…

Dylann Roof's defense attorneys ask for more time in appeals case

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 17:56:00 -0500

Attorneys for convicted Mother Emanuel shooter Dylann Roof have asked for a 90-day extension as they work the appeal process of his death sentence.

According to the motion filed Thursday, Roof's attorneys need more time to sift through documents they either haven't received or haven't been able to read before the opening brief date of Nov. 20.

The defense team argues that they are missing 221 sealed pleadings filed in district court, at least one transcript, billing records, juror composition files, as well as most of the records from the state case. They may also be missing portions of multimedia exhibits presented at trial. more…

$18 million DOJ grant puts MUSC at the forefront of mass violence research in America

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 16:15:00 -0500

The new Mass Violence and Victimization Resource Center, which will be funded by the DOJ grant, will collect information on mass violence incidents in the past.

Take a trip up I-26 for Columbia Museum of Art's newest exhibit, Renee Cox: Soul Culture

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:54:00 -0500

While it may be a bit of a drive up the interstate, Columbia, S.C., is worth a trip for its kickass museum alone. Currently undergoing renovations, the Columbia Museum of Art offers half-price admission tickets. more…

Record Store Day does Black Friday

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:17:00 -0500

Where will you buy your Christmas gifts this year? Go local and support (big or small indie) artists you love at the same time during Record Store Day’s own Black Friday sale. more…

What If? Productions presents cabaret concert, Holiday Mixtape

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 13:12:00 -0500

Few things say Christmas like cabaret. No, really. 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…

Weekend Roundup: It's (almost) turkey time

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

It's almost turkey time, y'all, and the air outside seems to be buzzing with holiday energy.

S.C. Aquarium partners with PNC Foundation to create Kids Coast

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 11:47:06 -0500

Today the South Carolina Aquarium announced an initiative with the PNC Foundation to help enhance the aquarium's early learning program; since 2013, PNC has committed a total of $225,000 to the aquarium's early learning initiative.

Rusty Bull Brewing hosts turkey bowling tournament and community turkey fry

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 10:46:00 -0500

[location-1]Rusty Bull Brewing is doing its part to give back this holiday season, making altruism about as fun as it gets with bowling, booze, and communal frying.

The North Charleston brewery will host a frozen turkey bowling contest tonight starting at 4:30 p.m. Guests who bring in a frozen turkey for donation will receive a complimentary pint of beer. The competition will consist of three frames, two rolls per frame, and prizes will be given to the top three scores at the end of the day.

Those frozen turkeys you so graciously donated? more…

Get 20 percent off CSO holiday concert tickets now through Nov. 26

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 10:34:00 -0500

Hold off on caroling and drum up some holiday cheer with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. The CSO offers a pretty special deal this season: Now through Sun. more…

Slager to be sentenced in December for violating Walter Scott's civil rights

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 10:31:00 -0500

Michael Slager, the former North Charleston police officer caught on video shooting Walter Scott as he fled a 2015 traffic stop is scheduled for a sentencing hearing Dec. 4, according to court documents.

U.S. District Court Judge David Norton will hear from prosecutors and defense attorneys in the case that has drawn out since Slager stopped Scott for a broken brake light on April 4, 2015.
[content-3]In early May of this year, Slager pled guilty to a federal charge of violating Scott’s civil rights as part of a plea bargain, allowing him to avoid a re-trial on state murder charges. more…

Félix Cocktails et Cuisine will open on Mon. Nov. 20

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 16:36:00 -0500

Felix Landrum's French cocktail bar, Félix Cocktails et Cuisine (550 King St.) has named an opening date: Mon. Nov. 20. more…

Buy a brick in Summerville to support Flowertown Players

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 16:24:00 -0500

You may never make the Hollywood Walk of Fame (sorry, we hate to break it to you), but your chance to shine may just be waiting right down the road. For $50 you can buy a brick on the Flowertown Players Walk of Fame, for yourself, or better yet, as a holiday gift for friend or family member. more…

Annual 9/11 Heroes Run rescheduled for this Sun. Nov. 19

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 16:19:32 -0500

Ten years ago, Marine 1st Lt. Travis Manion was killed by a sniper in Iraq as he protected his battalion. Before this final deployment, Manion visited Rescue One in New York City — a firehouse that lost nearly all of its men on 9/11 — and was deeply affected, returning to the Iraq with a "deeper passion about why he was fighting."

Four locals named among Southern Living's 2017 Southerners of the Year

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 14:47:00 -0500

Southern Living has named 46 "Southerners of the Year" for 2017 including four locals: Steve Palmer, David Shields, Brian Ward, and Louis Yuhasz.

Steve Palmer was named for his nonprofit, Ben's Friends, an organization that helps those in the hospitality industry dealing with addiction. more…

International African American Museum announces $500,000 pledge from Gilder Foundation

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 14:33:00 -0500

The International African American Museum announced a half-a-million dollar donation from the New York-based Gilder Foundation Thursday morning.

The museum's $25 million private fundraising goal is still just $9 million short given that remaining totals are announced before established donor names, according to IAAM spokesperson Alexa Asendorf.

The Gilder Foundation was established in 1965 by Richard Gilder and his wife Lois Chiles, according to Inside Philanthropy. The foundation focuses on education and historic preservation. more…