Three times the South Carolina Stingrays found themselves trailing to the Reading Royals in Game 5 Sunday afternoon at Santander Arena.
As a stroll through Charleston shows, many of the South’s finest eighteenth-century homes are still standing. Outbuildings, though, are considerably rarer, since they weren’t built to last: Fire, termites and moisture took down countless smokehouses, ice houses, privies and kitchens.
Thanks to the popularity of music-related film screenings last year, the Charleston Music Hall has decided to make movie night a regular event each month.
Dig South is upon the Charleston technology community once again, with promises this year to bring more venture capitalists, a “Wild Pitch” event where up-and-coming firms can vie for cash and more.
If the Legislature is to be taken serious on ethics reform, it first will have to pass a bill that includes a provision for independent review of ethics complaints against legislators.
Recipe of the Week: Roasted Grapes and Cheese Plate
Recipe of the Week: Poached Egg and Grits
Attorney Malik Shabazz Speaks in North Charleston
Walter Scott Demonstrators Block Roads in North Charleston
Dashcam: Slager tases man in back
Passenger with Walter Scott
Slager's mother talks about her family and Walter Scott's family
Walter Scott: Dash camera video