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As a 22-year-old entrepreneur in 1979, Kroy Crofoot chose to earn a living by making and selling outdoor furniture.
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Drivin N Cryin is coming to Charleston for an outdoor sunset concert at The Windjammer.
Bill Murray is starring in a new zombie movie, and you can see it in Charleston a day before it hits major theaters across the country.
People will be traveling from sea to shining sea for Memorial Day weekend, and no setting will be more densely populated than America’s beaches. But how well do you know the beaches of the United States of America? This week’s Head2Head Trivia seeks to find out.
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When it comes to applying for health care, many artists (like other self-employed people) don't have the means, even with discounts offered by the Affordable Care Act.
The exhibit is "Paint on Paper," a series of 17 pieces by Halsey that were created later in his life, during the last decade before his death in 1999.
Memorial Day is almost here, which means that beach season has officially begun.
Whether the occasion is a birthday celebration or an office happy hour, several Charleston restaurants have space for large groups.
Darius Rucker celebrated his birthday Monday night in the most fitting way.
Retail centers continue to morph into a mix of uses as shopping habits change, and a North Charleston property is adding a new entertainment offering to lure in more foot traffic.
Victor Hugo wrote “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” in 1831 because the cathedral was in a state of horrible disrepair. If the fire at Notre Dame can prompt society to come together and examine its priorities, then he would be glad to know that his novel is still fulfilling its purpose.
Finding the right space — one that’s affordable, physically appropriate, flexible — can be difficult for a theater company in Charleston. But patience and determination can sometimes pay off.
The annual greek Festival held a by the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity entertained attendees with live music, dancing, food and daily church tours held until Sunday.
There's something irreconcilable about "Poms," a movie about women in a retirement community who start a cheerleading club. The film wants us to laugh at the idea of older women trying to be cheerleaders, but also be inspired and empowered by their determination.
Charleston artist Tom Mackell releases "A Life I Once Knew."
Who needs Hollywood when there’s the Holy City? “Southern Charm” is one of the most prominent depictions of Charleston in popular media, but it is far from being the only one. The Holy City has been both a setting and filming location in a number of TV shows and movies throughout the years, …
Enjoy a range of events in Charleston this weekend, from food festivals to movies in the park to local comedy and concerts.
Armed with a new name and bigger setting, this month’s Charleston Beer Fest has emerged as one of the Lowcountry's largest craft beer festivals.
Many might not realize that the two activists were contemporaries and friends.
The trailer teases with what has become the norm on the show: booze, bad-mouthing and bad behavior.
Vicki Wolfe has been there from the beginning — traveling through the American West with her husband Glenn in their trusty Volkswagen Beetle to track down unique jewelry finds, claiming tables at 6 a.m. in the pre-tourist days of the City Market, scraping 49 inches of mud out of their little…
Toro y Moi is his stage name, but before he became a nationally acclaimed musician, he was known as Chazwick Bundick in Columbia.
The S.C. Aquarium is the third museum in the state and the sixth aquarium in the U.S. to receive the award.
An enchanted rainbow forest is the setting for this year's Charleston Queer Prom.
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The story behind UglyDolls, the toys, not the new animated movie about them, is a real charmer.
Real estate isn’t a 9 to 5 job for Franne Schwarb and the other members of her Charleston Fine Homes team – and it never will be.
Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen make a sparkling comedic duo in the unconventional romantic comedy "Long Shot," about a sleek politician and a schlubby journalist that is more than its superficial premise.
Chucktown Axe Throwing, located on West Montague Avenue in North Charleston, is the city's first axe throwing venue.
"April showers bring May flowers" as the saying goes. To bring in the first week of May, this round of Head2Head Trivia is flower-centric.
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Grab a margarita and head off to the races.
Twenty years and four Grammys into her career, India.Arie is still doing the same thing she's always done. She's being her authentic self.
The life expectancy for pile-piers is generally between 20 and 25 years.
New Whirlin' Waters feature “The Washout,” standing 60 feet high, is now the tallest waterpark attraction in the Charleston area, and it will open on weekends starting in May.
What If? Productions will host "Hair" as its first ever show at the Queen Street Playhouse, instead of the black box on Society Street.
I didn't kill anyone, though I thought I might.
Jayce McConnell wishes people would order mint juleps beyond just the summertime and, more precisely, the beginning of May.
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