Here's your weekly weekend round up.
There are a few intriguing questions raised by "American Animals," a fact-based drama about the four college-age men who, in 2004, attempted a misguided heist of rare books, including John James Audubon's "Birds of America," said to be worth …
New North Charleston music festival
The Charleston Area Convention Center will be bringing things back to the age before the meteor shower with a new, thrilling exhibition.
Post-Spoleto Charlestonians looking for a night out are inevitably faced with the proverbial question: What to do? Dinner? A show? A concert?
Tomas Prado glides garlic butter across the golden bread before lowering the plancha press onto the Cubano, squeezing the sandwich flat, crisping up the exterior and melding the roast pork, ham, cheese, mustard and pickles into a perfect bite…
It’s almost impossible to hide from tourists on the peninsula, but there are a few restaurants in the area that are absolutely worth patronizing.
On this week's episode of The Fringe, Zoe Child plays an acoustic version of her brand new song "The Loving Well" from her debut EP, out now. In addition, she talks more about going to graduate school in Arizona for violin and how the classical music world has shaped her own Americana folk sound.
Blvme consists of a variety of Charleston artists, each with a solo project in addition to contributing work toward the collective. The hip-hop group, which dubs itself a label, is a collaborative effort to combine local talents within the genre.
The popular Tinder app has been known for matching millennials and beyond for hookups, first dates and sometimes even successful relationships.
Katie Rose Franyo is working her way up in the local music scene with her soulful voice and skillful piano playing. Prepare to be blown away by this teenager's vocals, let me just tell you.
Singer/songwriter and acoustic guitar player Avi Jacob is the star of the most recent B-Side Sessions, a Charleston Scene video series that highlights live sessions at local studios and various locations with Charleston musicians.
B-Side Sessions returns with a live session of Charleston Lo-Fi project Mechanical River, who just released a full-length disc, "Posterity."
NEW YORK — AMC Theatres, the world's largest movie theater chain, has unveiled a $20-a-month subscription service to rival the flagging MoviePass.
Paula Poundstone drops lines that splash and crash but rarely land with a thud. Her comedy is informed by real life, of course, but it's of the spontaneous sort. She likes to find the groove. She likes to be in the moment. She derives inspira…
June marks Pride month. It's a time of year when LGBTQ community members and allies across the country join together for parades and community events to commemorate the Stonewall Riots.
This Week's Circulars
Artists will tell you they draw inspiration from a variety of sources. Often, those sources include their kids.
In her studio, designer, painter and teacher Cory McBee doesn’t hold anything back. It’s a spot where creativity, artistic evolution, and an occasional dance party collide.
Worldwide, the video game industry makes more money than the movie and music industries combined, emerging as one of the most lucrative pursuits in the entertainment realm.
Articles from Kalyn Oyer
- Charleston's Vinyl Countdown replaced with new record and curiosity shop
- Husk chef Sean Brock plays guitar with Boo Ray on new country album
- Behind the Scenes: New music festival on tap and a Q&A with Pierce Alexander
- 10 concerts in Charleston between now and the Fourth of July
- Jurassic Quest brings life-size dinosaurs to North Charleston