Cardi B, a popular Grammy Award-winning rapper, is bringing her sensational lyrics and stage presence to South Carolina.
Jenny Broe and her boyfriend Mike Quinn got into an argument over what music was better in the '90s: Rock or hip-hop?
Temperatures are on the rise, the bluebirds and robins are out, and the azaleas are beginning to blossom.
The Gibbes Museum of Art is bringing back its spring Garden Concert Series, which introduces live music performances to the Lenhardt Garden.
Crowds filled the sidewalks cheering, dancing and celebrating on King Street as they watched the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade Saturday.
It's safe to assume that any animated movie made for children will probably not entirely cleave to reality. When a tale pretty much starts off with a talking mouse, you know things are going get weird from time to time.
Ranky Tanky, Charleston's popular Gullah music group, made its national television debut with a performance on the "Today" show at 9 a.m. Friday.
Sound the alarm. Extras are needed.
Full disclosure: I am so not the target demographic for "Five Feet Apart," a mushy, three-hankie weeper that is aimed squarely between the eyes of every 15-year-old girl with a crush on Cole Sprouse (Jughead in "Riverdale"). Even typing the words "so not" doesn't come naturally to me.
From flowery gardens to the stage and big screen, here are the events happening in Charleston this weekend.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, so this week Head2Head trivia is celebrating all things Irish with questions that will test everything you thought you knew about the Emerald Isle, its culture, and its traditions.
Former College of Charleston student Chris Wilcox talks about his new Americana track "GoldFriend," which was released on the Lowcountry's own Coast Records with the help of his new live lineup.
"Fungus Among Us" is all about mushrooms.
Every new restaurant brings something different to the Charleston-area dining scene, but it’s the rare venue that doesn’t have some sort of local precedent. To celebrate the newcomers and honor the stalwarts, we’ll look at a few of them side-by-side in this column over the coming weeks. The …
As singers compete once again on national television in front of millions of viewers, a question arises: How much clout do these reality shows really have?
Pop star Katy Perry and a 19-year-old girl from Kingstree had a lot more in common than either of them realized.
It's not all about music. Southern food culture has played a major role in the festival since its inception in 2017.
Here's a roundup of some of the best ways to get your leprechaun on.
Despite varying sonically between banjo strums and synth licks, Mumford & Sons has consistently been autobiographical in nature since being formed in 2007.
After he died in January 2017, his parents knew what they had to do. They had to help finish the film. Rob Stewart, a conservationist and activist filmmaker, had generated 400 hours of footage for his movie “Sharkwater Extinction,” a follow-up to his 2006 groundbreaking documentary “Sharkwater.”
If there is one thing that's true of most of the movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's that they have life and spirit to spare. It's a kind of an intoxicating joy that dares even the most comic book-apathetic to get onboard and delight in the spectacle, and it usually comes down to t…
Kyle Lacy's hair was slicked back like a '50s greaser and he was donned in a fitting leather jacket when we met at The Royal American on Wednesday afternoon.
Got a car and a few bucks to spare? Then consider driving the two hours to Savannah between March 28 and April 13 to take in a concert.
The 1969 mission to the moon has been seen in many phases before but never with the shining, crystal-clear fullness of Todd Douglas Miller's extraordinary "Apollo 11," a documentary culled from archival footage and audio recordings that in heart-stopping, minute-by-minute detail, recaptures …
A few feet away from where HBO is filming a new comedy series at Citadel Mall, a different kind of production group is setting up shop.
Here's how to spend your weekend in Charleston.
First was the commissioning of USS Charleston on March 2. Next is Charleston Navy Week, Monday through Saturday, March 11-16, which is designed to give Lowcountry residents a chance to learn about the nautical branch of the U.S. military.
In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, Head2Head trivia is highlighting the many women who, through their talent, leadership and vision, have changed the course of history.
What do you get when classical music meets hip-hop, plus a little R&B, funk and rock? The answer is Black Violin.
"Steel Magnolias" is the newest production coming to Dock Street Theatre.
Dave Matthews, the lead of his self-titled American rock band formed in the '90s and famous for songs such as "Crash Into Me" and "Where Are You Going," is headed to Charleston.
Daniel Buchmeier is turning kids' line drawings into colorful pop art prints and canvases.
In a party city like Charleston, it's no surprise that there are many bars, with happy hour deals every day of the week, trying to entice tourists and locals to stop in and enjoy a few beverages after a long day at work or seeing the sites. Instead of compiling an exhaustive list, we're selecting one or two of the best deals available each day of the week.
In addition to our list of daily happy-hour offerings, we thought it would be helpful to compile a personalized roundup of unique deals based on personal preferences.
Nix the labels and create your own individual style by mixing modern and classical in your home or work.
Luke Perry, who gained instant heartthrob status as wealthy rebel Dylan McKay on "Beverly Hills, 90210," died Monday after suffering a massive stroke, his publicist said. He was 52.
For the last 83 years of this city’s 350-year existence, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra has been making music. It’s a cornerstone of the arts community and a big contributor to what many consider the city’s impressive quality of life.
Ten years ago, the Gibbes Museum of Art did something bold: It invited artists Juan Logan and Susan Harbage Page to scrutinize the museum’s holdings and mount a unique exhibition of works drawn from the collection that examined the institution’s neglect and bias as well as the city’s trouble…
Heather and Henry Galvin are not your typical animal lovers. The three elegant greyhounds in their care are just the tip of the iceberg. They have tortoises, rabbits and a rainforest kinkajou. Oh, and two anteaters. And a high electric bill.
When children and families walk into the Children's Museum of the Lowcountry this weekend, they'll be stepping into a lighter, brighter and more updated space.
Imagine you're a 20-something living in New York City and you spot a particularly nice and structured green leather handbag on the subway. Do you report it to the MTA? Ignore it and move on? Claim it and its contents for yourself? Return to the owner?
An all-inclusive block party in Columbia will showcase women and femme entrepreneurs and musicians.
Charleston band Youngster is releasing a new album. Here's a song from it, "Private Party."
Early in the film "Everybody Knows," a character speaks aloud, for the first time, the phrase that lends this tale of mystery its title. It won't be the last time, either, that you hear those two words used in reference to something that's assumed to be common knowledge but isn't.
On Sunday, Hollywood celebrated the 91st Academy Awards. In honor of all the winners, Head2Head trivia is remembering those films and actors and actresses that have won over the years.
Looking to celebrate Mardi Gras? The festivities have begun.
To consume every event that Charleston's arts and entertainment scene has to offer would deplete the inheritance of even the most well-to-do "Southern Charm" star.
The Charleston venue is being sued for the unauthorized public performance of ASCAP's copyrighted musical works.
The World Series of Comedy will host a satellite event in Charleston, which will send one to two local comedians to the next elimination round.
Meisha Johnson's goal when she opened Neema Gallery was do away with the myth that African Americans don't buy art or have the money to buy art.
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