Spoleto Festival has delivered Charleston with world class fine arts performances in music, opera, dance and theater over the past couple of weeks. Closing this year’s Spoleto Festival finale at The Joe Sunday night, June 10, 2018 in Charleston.

This year at the Gibbes 9th Annual Street Party chefs drew their inspiration from the 2018 spring color trends for a night of culture and cuisine under the night sky on Thursday, May 3, 2018.

Father Len Williams and Reverend A. R. Kollock bless vessels passing by during the Blessing of the Fleet on Sunday, April 29, 2018 at Memorial Waterfront Park pier in Mount Pleasant. 

The second day of the High Water Festival included a lot of local acts, from curators Shovels & Rope to The High Divers to Susto to headliners Band of Horses. 

The High Water Festival's Low Tide Social pre-event at North Charleston's Riverfront Park with music by Cuban Garage Band and food from The Smoking Pot and Seaborn Oyster Company on Friday, April 20, 2018.

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.

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.

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…

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.

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

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.

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…