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The Kids Run and Wonderfest, presented by the Cooper River Bridge Run and Charleston Recreational Department, was held Friday afternoon April 6, 2018 at Hampton Park.

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Kwei Fei restaurant - From Chef David Schuttenberg featuring the foods of Western China a popup restaurant open every Friday and Saturday from 6 p.m. until Midnight at The Daily.

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Parents and children took part in the annual Easter egg hunt at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens on Saturday, March 31, 2018 in four separate egg hunts. More than 20,000 eggs were stuffed with prizes and candy. 

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The 5K Foam Fest brought an obstacle course to to Johns Island County Park full of inflatables, waterslides, mud pits and 2.5 million cubic feet of foam on Saturday, March 10, 2018. Participants received a beach towel, finishing medal and access to the festival area, which will include small…

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Crowds cheered on the parade and enjoyed the day long entertainment during 15th annual St. Paddy’s Day Block Party & Parade in the Olde Village of North Charleston.

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Basic Kitchen is open on Wentworth Street between King and St. Philip Streets in the former Andolini's Pizza location.

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Home Team BBQ Downtown hosted “Rock the Block” with local chefs, restaurants and musicians for a Hogs for the Cause fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. Food was available from Home Team, Short Grain, Edmund’s Oast, Goat. Sheep.Cow. and more.

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Purlieu restaurant — serving "comfort food with French technique" says owner John Zucker — is now open at the corner of Fishburne and President Streets, across from Burke High School.

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Colonial South Events presented the Siege of Charles Town at Johns Island County Park with re-enactments commemorating the 238th anniversary of Charleston’s biggest loss in the war. Attendees got a real feel for what it was like during the war for American independence, with an encampment, f…

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Southeastern Wildlife Exposition and the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation recognize men and women who have dedicated their lives to conservation with the inaugural Award for Conservation Excellence at the Charleston Gaillard Center Feb. 14, 2018. 

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The second annual Lowcountry Irish Fest was held Saturday and Sunday at the Omar Shrine Temple in Mt. Pleasant.

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Benefitting local non-profit Winwood Farm home and Family Services, the annual Cork Shuckin' Festival at Firefly Distillery featured live music from The Lowhills and Jah Creation, a bloody mary bar, food trucks and oysters by the bucket on Saturday, February 8, 2018. 

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Luke 14 Banquet and Night to Shine prom at Seacoast Church Friday, Feb. 9, 2018 in Mount Pleasant. Seacoast partnered up with the Tim Tebow Foundation for the Night to Shine for guests with special needs older than 16 years of age along with the church's own Luke 14 Banquet under 16, giving …

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The Repticon reptile and exotic animal expo — part of a 50-plus city schedule — was at the Omar Shrine Center in Mount Pleasant this weekend. Hurricane Irma canceled last September's event here.

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The Charleston STEM Festival promoted the fun in learning science, technology, engineering, and math at Brittlebank Park on Saturday.

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Volunteers gathered for James Island Pride's clean up on Saturday, Feb. 03, 2018. The group spent the morning picking up litter in parks and from along James Island roads. Jess Marie Spence/ Special to The Post and Courier

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The Trident Technical College Foundation held its 15th annual “A Night in the Valley” wine dinner and auction Friday, Jan. 26, on the college’s main campus in North Charleston. Guests enjoyed silent and live auctions and a four-course dinner prepared and served by Culinary Institute of Charl…

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Tweed wearing bicyclists prepare to ride down King Street for their monthly slow cruising' ride in front of Affordabike Bicycle Shop Friday, Jan. 26, 2018 in downtown Charleston. This was the first time the group made it a tweed-themed ride giving away a free Charleston Chariot bike to the p…

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Along with live music and cooking demonstrations, Taste of Folly street festival featured a chili cook off, hot dog eating and oyster shucking contests, and the server olympics on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018.