After an announcement this August that Park Circle's annual Rockabillaque would be back this November despite the pandemic, the event has now been canceled.
For those riding the hard seltzer trend, let us not forget its bubbly and tangy predecessor, ideal for the gluten-intolerant and tart-partial.
This fall, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art gathers 10 artists from a range of places, pairing them 1o writers to explore being displaced from home.
Local bands Gravel Road, Southern Flavor Bluegrass Band and Pluff Mud String Band will play.
Sister Hazel, the '90s rock band popular for radio hit "All For You," has been playing in Charleston annually for more than a decade now.
The Woodlands Nature Reserve off Ashley River Road has been hosting drive-in Halloween movies during the month of October. The 6,000-acre space also offers campgrounds, hiking trails, canoe launches, a zipline and more.
It was a mid-October Friday night just before the "Drive In the Woods" event at the 6,000-acre nature reserve that includes 11 lakes, a blackwater swamp and an abundance of forest landscape.
There's plenty to do around Charleston these days. Just remember to pack your mask!
At Corrigan Gallery, artist Arthur McDonald takes us on an international tour in visual works and words that reveal a magical portrait of the artist as a young, empathetic man.
The state fairgrounds in Columbia were set to host the 151st edition of the State Fair this year. But the coronavirus made hosting such a large in-person event an impossibility.
When Caroline Smith-Adams, 15-year bar manager at Voodoo Tiki Bar in West Ashley, died suddenly in September, the owners knew that a concept they had been formulating would take on her spirit.
A year and a half after an overnight fire shuttered a popular Park Circle pub, it's back with a fitting coronavirus-era addition.
During an unprecedented time on our globe, finding a spark has been auspicious for some local musicians with newfound time on their hands and challenging for others who have struggled to find their muse amidst the anxiety and uncertainty.
Chef, best-selling author and PBS host Vivian Howard will be in Charleston this month for a drive-thru book signing at Tradesman Brewing, presented by Blue Bicycle Books.
Over the next few weeks, we'll be featuring some of Maura's "hot" picks here in My Charleston Weekend.
In our Head2Head matchup, returning winner Jen Hamrick is going for a full month of Head2Head Trivia dominance, this week against retired engineer Tom Stickler.
Holiday cheer is still on the agenda this season, as the James Island Holiday Festival of Lights returns despite the pandemic.
It's been almost eight months since one of downtown Charleston's most visited music venues has hosted a live concert indoors for the general public to enjoy.
If there was ever a time for the heightened emotion of opera, this may be it.
Charleston is best viewed from the saddle of a bicycle. Pedaling is faster than walking, allowing riders to cover more ground.
For some local vendors used to serving up specialized treats at sporting events, football season is another reminder of the pandemic's losses.
"Charleston Collects: Devotion and Fantasy, Witchcraft and the World’s End" opens on October 9 at the Gibbes Museum of Art.
The 26,276-acre swath of swampy wilderness in Hopkins, just outside Columbia, is one of the top 10 most underrated national parks, according to Conde Nast Traveler.
Congaree National Park is one of the top 10 most underrated, according to Conde Nast.
While many of you very well may prefer to hide under your covers and binge-watch Netflix until the election is over, there's plenty to do around Charleston if you're itching to get out and about.
Fall is here, and so are seasonal attractions at farms across the state — but with coronavirus safety protocols intact.
"Eye candy for the soul" is promised at an outdoor art show that has been reimagined by the creative minds in the Park Circle community during the coronavirus era.
After residents of Mount Pleasant's Old Village neighborhood voiced complaints about disruptive filming of Netflix adventure series "Outer Banks," show creator Jonas Pate reached out to make things right.
Crews unload pumpkins at the Boone Hall pumpkin patch on Monday, Sept. 28, 2020 in Mount Pleasant.
When Brian Baumgartner comes to town Wednesday, he might just sit on the beach and eat hot dogs. It's all his character Kevin Malone from "The Office" has ever wanted, and Charleston has quite a few beaches.
A Mount Pleasant Old Village resident said she was kept awake by "explosions, screaming, loud machinery and bright lights through the night until 5 a.m."
Her resignation follows a flurry of related announcements from South Carolina cultural leaders.
The Bravo network reality show seems to capitalize on outrage, a local activist observed.
Initially, the Charleston Brewery District operation was slated to open early this year.
Now, Firefly has added more shows to its October lineup for its "Safe Sounds" series.
There’s a lot going on around town this weekend.
Spooky season is here, and with it arrives a new pop-up drive-in endeavor in the forest that will exclusively feature Halloween movies all month long.
The Charleston Music Hall and The Bend have teamed up for a socially distanced outdoor concert series on the banks of the Ashley River, and some new acts have been added to that lineup.
The hourlong documentary, "Gullah Roots," delves into the ties in spirituality, music, art and culture between the South Carolina Sea Islands and Sierra Leone.
Pure Theatre has announced that is 2020-21 season will focus on hope, mounting works that tell stories of inspiration and aspiration.
A rainbow of tents and fresh, seasonal vegetables returned Saturday morning to Marion Square for the first time this year but without the usual accompanying jump castles, food trucks and live music.
There's a new 6-acre dog park at Wannamaker County Park, and the opening will coincide with a "Yappy Hour" event.
Two costume designers have come up with a creative solution while theaters are closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you're venturing out, don't forget to pack your mask!
A 228-year-old periodical that predicts the weather, examines the stars and sprouts gardening tips also prints household recipes, and a Charleston cook has made her way into its planned pages for 2021.
A College of Charleston student majoring in early childhood education didn't expect to start a business this summer involving a beverage she legally can't partake in and organic soy wax from the Midwest.
Yes, it's tough-going for the Charleston arts world. But with the help of enlightened collaborations, some artists are getting going.
A monthly comedy show typically hosted at a variety of breweries, art galleries and theaters around town has found a new home during the pandemic: online.
It's almost Hallmark holiday movie season, and an upcoming film that will be aired on the popular network is looking for extras in Charleston.
Catching a flick, adopting a dog and walking an anteater (totally normal, right?) are all options for how to spend your weekend in the Lowcountry.
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