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Truex Jr. dominates NASCAR race in Charlotte

2016 May 29 - 23:21

CONCORD, N.C. — Martin Truex Jr. didn’t avoid ladders or black cats, never worried about cracking mirrors or stepping on cracks. He knew his bad luck on the Sprint Cup circuit would change.

RiverDogs’ series finale at Augusta rained out

2016 May 29 - 23:12

AUGUSTA — The Charleston RiverDogs’ series finale against the Augusta GreenJackets was postponed on Sunday afternoon due to rain and will be made up with a doubleheader on a date to be determined when Charleston and Augusta face off at

Review: Rene Marie and band awe, move and excite Gaillard crowd

2016 May 29 - 22:31

“Clementa C. Pinckney. Cynthia Hurd. Ethel Lee Lance. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton. Susie Jackson. Tywanza Sanders. Depayne Middleton-Doctor. Myra Thompson. Daniel Simmons.”

Photographer Jack Alterman documents King Street changes

2016 May 29 - 22:09

King Street is changing fast, and that has photographer Jack Alterman worried.

Rossi pulls off stunning upset in 100th Indy 500

2016 May 29 - 22:06

INDIANAPOLIS — A new era for the Indianapolis 500 arrived in the form of a most unfamiliar driver.

Brandi Carlile’s on an upward trajectory

2016 May 29 - 22:06

When you think of music from Seattle, you’re probably more likely to conjure images of ’90s grunge rock than country and folk tunes. Yet one of country music’s most prominent rising stars calls the city home.

Westminster Choir mixes classic gospel hymn and other music into Poulenc’s Mass in G

2016 May 29 - 22:06

The Westminster Choir, Spoleto Festival’s excellent resident vocal ensemble, will sing no ordinary Mass at its concerts on Monday and Friday.

Review: Updated ‘La Double Coquette’ seduces with playful take on baroque opera and gender

2016 May 29 - 22:06

Gérard Pesson’s and Pierre Alferi’s “La Double Coquette,” directed by Fanny de Chaillé, is a playful, parodic, fun and funny exploration of fidelity — fidelity between lovers, fidelity to an operatic score and

Review: ‘Brothers Size’ a powerful production from Trustus Theatre

2016 May 29 - 22:05

The prisons that lock down both our lives and our loves are the tough and tender stuff of “The Brothers Size,” Tarell Alvin McCraney’s mesmerizing, heartbreaking work now on offer at Pure Theatre as a visiting production for Piccolo

Review: ‘Sounds of the Cigar Factory’ a captivating staged reading

2016 May 29 - 22:05

On Sunday, Charleston’s deep-rooted historical past was re-enacted in the form of a staged reading of “Sounds of the Cigar Factory” at Footlight Players Theatre. Co-directors Charlotte Tieneken and Michele Moore — the author

Review: In ‘Fever,’ women call the shots

2016 May 29 - 22:03

On the outside, the Charleston Performing Arts Center on James Island looks like a dive. On the inside, the intimate space, with its nightclub-style seating arrangements, recalls Cabaret’s Kit Kat Klub. You’re half-expecting Joel

Review: ‘Nunsense’ includes harebrained humor, provides reliable laughs

2016 May 29 - 21:11

A holy sister act took over the Footlight Players’ Theater Saturday night, and those nuns were having fun.

‘Porgy’ cast members pay tribute to Emanuel AME Church victims

2016 May 29 - 20:49

Three members of the cast of Spoleto Festival USA’s “Porgy and Bess” joined the large congregation at Emanuel AME Church on Sunday morning for a Memorial Day weekend service that included a special musical tribute to the nine victims

USC, Clemson secure NCAA Tournament host sites, await potential national seeding

2016 May 29 - 20:31

COLUMBIA — South Carolina and Clemson have secured homefield advantage for the regional stage of the NCAA baseball tournament, and now the wait begins to see if either — or both — will be among the top eight teams favored to reach

Autistic kids get special concert performance by Spoleto musicians

2016 May 29 - 19:54

Stephen Prutsman is one of those rare musical wizards who can play anything, preferably sitting not on a piano bench but a regular chair. A deft chamber player, Prutsman commands every variety of music, from the intricacies of Bach to the wild