A new LGBTQ+ pride celebration is coming to the Park Circle neighborhood of North Charleston in June.
This week marks the anniversary of the release of the Betamax format. Let’s take a look at a collection of other pieces of pop culture that ended up falling by the wayside.
Kick off your shoes at an outdoor concert. Up your lawn party style with an inspiring exhibition. Prefer to dodge the dirt? There are indoor offerings as well to sow seeds of thought.
In a pair of companion exhibitions, the Gibbes Museum of Art shares both its extraordinary collection of Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints and works by Charleston Renaissance artists who found inspiration in the art form.
This week’s trivia looks to shine a light on both infamous accidents and intentional misuses of nuclear power.
If you're scrambling to plan a last-minute excursion for mom this Mother's Day, consider giving her an IOU to one of these locations around the Lowcountry to redeem later this spring.
A luxury resort in Bluffton where pop star Justin Bieber and model Hailey Baldwin had their wedding ceremony in 2019 is hosting a music festival in September that will star the Gin Blossoms.
For over a decade and a half it’s been a fixture on South Carolina’s cultural landscape, illuminating the streets of downtown Greenville and generating millions of dollars in economic impact.
Charleston RiverDogs prepare for their opening day on May 4th with groundskeeping work and other maintenance in the stadium.
Good, Good, Good "Good Vibrations" are in store.
This will be Royal's first foray whatsoever into live music, other than a livestream fundraiser event, since last March.
If you can't snag your preferred table or would rather pick up a to-go option, here are some samplings for treating mom.
It has been just over 100 years since the first Black American woman debuted as a recording artist.
This week’s trivia offers a glance at the names of some full moons and a little insight into what inspired those writers long ago.
A writer behind NBC's "Last Comic Standing" is producing a reality show that will debut on Amazon Prime in May and feature a Lowcountry musician.
From a flight to a sushi roll, here are six showstopping Lowcountry takes on a traditional ice cream cone.
Grace Potter’s fame is inexorably tied to the thrill of her live performances. A powerhouse vocalist with a knack for writing big, stirring melodies, she mostly wins fans by wowing them on the road.
A Charleston bow tie brand made its way onto national TV on April 25 at the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony.
Chloe Zhao’s “Nomadland,” a wistful portrait of itinerant lives on open roads across the American West, won best picture Sunday at the 93rd Academy Awards, where the China-born Zhao also became just the second woman to win best director, and the first woman of color.
A newly engaged North Charleston couple practiced their future wedding ceremony on an April 18 Southwest Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Dallas on their way back to the Lowcountry.
A Charleston ceramicist whose work has been featured on TV and movie sets like "Friends" and "La La Land" is now collaborating with actors from "The Righteous Gemstones" for an upcoming event to raise awareness about postpartum depression and maternal mental health.
After a year hiatus due to COVID-19, the 38th annual rendition of a multidisciplinary arts festival in the Lowcountry is returning in April.
Conservation is important, and everybody can do their part to help. So let’s take a moment to learn some interesting facts about where Earth Day came from and why it has proven to be necessary.
COVID-19, and the year of events and attractions we lost to it, puts a new emphasis on appreciating the things we’ve always been lucky to have.
All women musicians played at Tradesman Brewing on Saturday, April 17, for 9 to 5 Magazine's Femme Fest.
Charleston Music Hall transforms the space at The Bend for outdoor concerts including Ranky Tanky.
So what does it take to move a concert from indoors at the Charleston Music Hall to outdoors at The Bend?
Tax season is hardly considered an enjoyable time of the year, but let's check our W-2s and learn some trivia about Tax Day.
Charleston's most well-known husband-and-wife folk duo will be among 90 acts to perform for the Protecting Live Music two-day virtual festival.
Those who have been around town a season or two know that the perfect weather will soon give way to AC time. So loll on a lawn to live music. Savor a sip on a Charleston piazza. Have a patio beer to '70s songs. Here are a few fair weather ways to enjoy!
So let’s responsibly enjoy some trivia about the drink that, according to Homer Simpson, is “the cause of, and solution to, all life’s problems.”
April is here, which means in South Carolina, we're entering soft-shell crab season.
Here in Charleston, Taylor Czerwinski of 9 to 5 Magazine is trying to do her part in shifting the statistics.
To celebrate April Fools' Day, try your hand at some trivia about some famous pranks.
Arts, culture and jazzed-up eggs are on offer in the coming days.
At 15, Hall recorded her first EP. At 16, she was booking acoustic gigs around the Lowcountry. At 17, she formed her full band. And at 19, she opened for Country Music Association Award- and Grammy Award-winner Travis Tritt.
The creative population, which has often been associated with higher rates of mental illness (though that correlation has recently been questioned), is a piece of the puzzle when it comes to evaluating heightened mental health struggles during COVID-19.
North Charleston High School Principal Henry Darby was recognized March 27 on BET's airing of the 52nd NAACP Image Awards.
Fortunately, entertainment has pivoted along with our circumstances. Podcasts have become an increasingly popular form of entertainment.
Spring has sprung and there are plenty of outdoor events for kids and grown-ups, music lovers and garden strollers in this edition of My Charleston Weekend.
Here’s some trivia to mark the special occasion for a company that set social media and the business world a-twitter.
Some of the Charleston area's best local bands that haven't performed live during the pandemic will finally be taking the stage once more on Good Friday.
Trident United Way is hosting a virtual fundraiser called "Sing United" that will highlight local musicians in a tournament bracket competition format.
In two episodes of the second season of PBS docuseries "The Good Road," producers and hosts Earl Bridges and Craig Martin hope to unravel some of the Lowcountry's complexities through interviews with the area's culturally savvy and philanthropy-minded community members.
North Charleston resident Mike Winkelmann, better known as Beeple, fetched a record-breaking $69.3 million for a single digital artwork. This week on the podcast, how it happened and why it's caused such a stir.
The greedy televangelist family of our Danny McBride-infused dreams is back in town.
The S.C. Stingrays bring back Pucks & Paws Night, the Exchange Club of Charleston presents the Bulls & Broncs Cowboy Challenge for the first time, and Water Mission carries on with its annual Walk for Water in this edition of My Charleston Weekend.
To honor the just-passed St. Patrick’s Day, here is some trivia about the holiday and some of the ways it is celebrated.
The James Island venue that has been hosting spaced-out deck shows, where tickets are sold by the table, is now expanding into its back parking lot using pod seating.
Chadwick Boseman becomes the first South Carolina native with a best actor Oscar nomination
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