Tucker is an award-winning country music hitmaker.
What could be more fun than a beautiful November day spent watching fast horses, talking to your friends, noshing from tailgate parties and doing a little outdoor shopping? And don't forget the Ferris wheel.
What makes the objects upstairs worthy of display but not these in the basement? Who decides what we see? Fred Wilson scrutinizes museum narratives to reveal blind spots.
The Alliance Francaise of Charleston presents the 2019 French Film Festival, co-sponsored by the MUSC International Film Group, Nov. 15-16, and 22-23 in MUSC’s Basic Science Auditorium, 173 Ashley Ave.
In observance of Veterans Day on Monday, Nov. 11, many area groups, organizations and venues will commemorate and honor the service of America's military members with special events and activities.
Rockabillaque is back in Park Circle, Charleston Woodlands hosts another music festival, and there are some food, beverage and movie festivals around town this weekend.
Between the cotton candy and candy apples is a more adult treat the fair is offering for the first time since its local inception in 1957.
God bless the USA and the men and women that have fought for it. Here are a few events honoring military veterans this weekend.
What would the Coastal Carolina Fair be without its plethora of deep-fried food options? Some are more bizarre than others, but all of them are sure to add to your fair experience. For this week’s quiz we are talking all about fried foods.
Around town, The Midnight City Band is known as one of the best cover bands, snagging weekly residencies at downtown bars and serenading many of the Lowcountry's weddings.
It's like Christmas on a November Tuesday!
Hootie & the Blowfish, South Carolina's biggest music success story of the '90s, released its new album "Imperfect Circle" on Nov. 1.
Founded and organized by College of Charleston associate professor of Italian Giovanna De Luca, the Italian Film Festival was created to bring international cinema to the young people of Charleston.
Cher will be performing at the North Charleston Coliseum.
Jonathan Lethem's novel about a private eye with Tourette's syndrome, "Motherless Brooklyn," starts with a brilliant burst of uncontrolled profanity and an explanation of its protagonist's condition.
YALLFest turns young adult authors into stars
FatRat Da Czar has opened for Snoop Dogg, Lauryn Hill and Notorious B.I.G.
The annual Coastal Carolina Fair opened Thursday, October 31, 2019, at the Exchange Park Fairgrounds for another 11 days of thrills and fun.
Legendary American heroine that she is, there are certain things for which Harriet Tubman is overdue. One is her spot on U.S. currency: Google "Tubman" and "$20" and "Trump." Another is a major feature film based on her life: Google "Tubman" and "Hollywood" and "why so long?"
To celebrate the thinnest veil of the year between the physical and spiritual worlds, we've conjured local hospitality workers to share their personal spirit encounters while working in some of Charleston's allegedly haunted locales.
In 2004, Bravo aired a list of what they considered to be “The 100 Scariest Movie Moments” of all time. The list has since become a definitive countdown of macabre brilliance in horror movies, and given that Oct. 31 is the spookiest of all days, we have constructed a real haunted house of a quiz around some of the films that appear on that list.
Grady Hendrix, a Charleston native who is based in New York, is sending viral shivers around the world and throughout the Twitter-sphere with a terrifying story from his childhood in Charleston.
IMPERFECT CIRCLE. Hootie & the Blowfish. Capitol Nashville.
We've got details on the Coastal Carolina Fair, Scottish Games and family fall festivals for the weekend.
Here are our picks of the best ways to get spooky on actual Halloween night this year in Charleston.
"Dead Characters," a new play by Thomas and Judy Heath, was scheduled to be workshopped on Sept. 7, but Hurricane Dorian forced a postponement. The play now is set for a public reading 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at the Queen Street Playhouse, 20 Queen St.
Skinful Halloween was resurrected Saturday night at new West Ashley venue Charleston Woodlands, which covers 6,000 acres marked by hiking trails, lakes, fields and forest landscapes.
The campaign is asking for $5 donations to help fuel future initiatives.
After a six-year hiatus, the Skinful Halloween party was resurrected at the Charleston Woodlands on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019.
We really need a pairing guide for local beers and popular Halloween candy. Need, I tell you.
Instead of just donning a princess dress at the Orlando theme park, this Disney performer from Charleston also wears ice skates.
The East Side has a proper name: Hampstead Village. And the 250-year-old neighborhood has seen its ups and downs.
The ultra-versatile pianist Chick Corea reconvenes with jazz collaborators Christian McBride and Brian Blade for a second 'Trilogy' record and tour.
Funerals in the South have traditionally been a gathering, a sad one, but a time for relatives and friends to come together and share memories.
A band that formed in Sussex in 1976 is the pinnacle influence for a modern Charleston instrumental project.
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A new cruise is embarking from Charleston to the Caribbean, and some country stars will be onboard.
Though the weather is fluctuating between autumnal and warm, there is no denying that we are finally in the fall season. Since our cover story in Charleston Scene is about all things fall, we thought we would continue the theme with this week’s trivia quiz. This quiz is on all things “fall.”
Whether it's carving a pumpkin or riding the Ferris Wheel, here are some of the best ways to get into the October spirit.
An organization co-founded by a Charleston woman is setting out to create 100 jobs in post-conflict Uganda.
Ghost Monkey is one of several Charleston craft brewers that have recently begun brewing hard seltzer, a red-hot, sparklingly transparent malt beverage category.
A newly announced reality show will be partially filmed in Charleston.
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Halloween is coming, and that means it’s time to buy or make a costume.
Ship's Wheel Hard Cider, founded in upstate New York, opens in North Charleston this weekend with tastings of a variety of old and new flavors.
Halloween may be in two weeks, but local venues are already getting into the spirit with trick-or-treating, scary movies and more.
Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and brewski bubble. There are two kinds of spirits on Charleston's ghost tours.
The legendary spirits of the Lowcountry have entered many a tourist's mind, including one who happens to be a Kentucky-based musician.
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