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Warm and mostly sunny today in Charleston, high near 85

2015 May 26 - 07:16

Today should be warm and mostly sunny in Charleston, with no rain in the forecast all week.

Wide receiver Kyle Davis decommits from South Carolina

2015 May 26 - 00:40

South Carolina has lost, at least for now, one of the most talented members of its 2016 class in wide receiver Kyle Davis of Decatur, Ga.

Despite Mateo’s heroics, RiverDogs fall to Braves, 4-2

2015 May 26 - 00:37

Jorge Mateo went 3 for 5, hit an inside-the-park home run and stole three bases, but it was not enough to lift the Charleston RiverDogs to a victory as they lost, 4-2, to the Rome Braves in front of 5,344 fans Monday night at Riley Park.

Palmetto Sunrise: As clock ticks, budget and transportation wait for action

2015 May 26 - 07:00

With two weeks left in the 2015 legislative session, all eyes will be on Sen. Tom Davis today as he seeks to filibuster a transportation plan he has likened to an unnecessary, wasteful tax increase.

‘Sound of Charleston,’ long-running musical revue, attracts growing audience

2015 May 25 - 22:07

What does Charleston sound like? For the last five years, a musical revue has been giving locals and tourists alike a sampling, one that ranges from the St. Cecilia Society, an exclusive South Carolina-based organization that got its start in the 1700s,

Cone 10 Studios hosts ‘Plate It Up!’ ceramics exhibit

2015 May 25 - 22:04

In a unique Piccolo Spoleto exhibit of chinaware, ‘Plate It Up!’ brings together 30 ceramicists to create an ideal dining room table. Dinner plates, soup bowls, teapots, salt and pepper shakers, salad and charger plates, dessert bowls,

Review: ‘Last Five Years’ a Piccolo Spoleto must-see

2015 May 25 - 21:52

In some ways, “The Last Five Years” tells the love story that everyone knows all too well. Boy meets girl, falls in love, marries her, argues with her and ultimately leaves her. And that’s exactly what the audience gets in this play.

Spoleto Festival Orchestra visits three worlds

2015 May 25 - 21:17

The Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra on Tuesday night will perform works by Tan Dun, Samuel Barber and Jean Sibelius — three composers from three musical worlds.

China rising: Music of Chinese composers increasingly heard in U.S.

2015 May 25 - 21:05

Despite its name, Spoleto Festival USA is consistently international in its scope, presenting music every year in a variety of languages and from different periods.

Martha Teichner marks 20 years at Spoleto Festival

2015 May 25 - 21:02

Broadcast journalist Martha Teichner first came to Charleston for the Spoleto Festival when it was in its second year. As host of the “Conversations with” series, she has interviewed more than 80 remarkable artists. She joined CBS News in

Review: Composer Mark Applebaum injects (more) humor, wit into chamber music series

2015 May 25 - 20:31

Geoff Nuttall and his chamber music colleagues who’ve taken up daytime residence at the Dock Street Theatre have done us all a marvelous service. They have added three new works by guest artist-composer Mark Appelbaum to the vast and growing

Review: Carlos Aguirre dazzles with music of the river

2015 May 25 - 20:28

Carlos Aguirre hails from the Entre Rios province of Argentina, a region that literally means “between rivers.” Fittingly, the music he brought with him was as fluid as his native landscape.

Review: One ring to rule them all in a galaxy far, far away

2015 May 25 - 20:05

With no props, no co-stars and no shame, performer and nerdy fanatic Charles Ross staged all three original “Star Wars” films in one whirlwind hour at Theatre 99. The next day, he reenacted the “Lord of the Rings” film trio

High-cost, skimpy health insurance next big campaign issue for Democrats

2015 May 25 - 19:45

WASHINGTON — A different health care issue has emerged for Democrats, in sync with the party’s pitch to workers and middle-class voters ahead of next year’s elections.

Things To Do Tuesday, May 26, 2015

2015 May 26 - 07:00

What: A unique exhibit of collaborative works by Piccolo Spoleto Artists Austin Grace Smith and Amanda McLenon will be on display between their respective booths during the Piccolo Spoleto Outdoor Art Exhibit. These pieces are works-in-progress

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