At 10:22 a.m., the exact time of the bombing in Birmingham, a bell will toll to honor the four victims: Addie Mae Collins, 14, Denise McNair, 11, Carole Robertson, 14, and Cynthia Wesley, 14.
"I want to create opportunities for kids' lives to be changed by music like mine was," Kellen Gray said.
Last Spoleto, there were numerous interruptions. There was the insistent ring during a seminal leap in a dance. There was the dog bark ringtone ruining a reflective experimental jazz piece. A rock 'n' blare sounded during a solo at a chamber music concert.
In the current report, Mississippi and West Virginia tied for the No. 1 ranking with an obesity rate of 39.5 percent.
The photographic record is rich. It includes images made after the Great Fire of 1861, which destroyed many important structures, including S.C. Institute Hall, the Pinckney Mansion and St. Andrew’s Hall.
Many churches use powerful storms as opportunities to advocate for flood control measures and provide relief to the devastated communities.
Hurricanes and other tempests have captured the imagination of artists spanning centuries and artistic disciplines. Here are a few to mull while facing the storm.
If you are honest with yourself today, I suspect you sometimes recognize the deceptive voice of privilege. It’s the voice we use when we insist that people accept us simply because we’re a Christian, or because our family is rich, or because we speak English or because we are tall white men. Or because we are a chaplain.
Paul Sanchez' International Piano Series at the College of Charleston this season features four recitals at the Emmett Robinson Theatre.
Today, as traffic whizzes by on rural two-lane highway, the site is a solemn place of reflection and a sobering reminder of the unpleasantness of the past.
Evacuations. Flooding. Road closures. A hurricane tends to divert attention. And that can leave arts organizations is a pickle.
The beloved author left us this week, but her humor-inflected love of the Lowcountry remains, hurricanes and all.
“We physicians like taking care of people," said Dr. Rex Morgan, an internal medicine physician with East Cooper Coastal Family Physicians. “Spending hours in an office over a computer doesn’t give you joy.”
Clover Health, a national health care company, surveyed 1,000 adults over the age of 60 across the United states on their exercise habits.
The arts feed their souls, but other work buys their groceries. Members of the Charleston arts community supplement their professional passion with all manner of jobs.
A lawsuit filed by a church against a South Carolina town last year for prohibiting worship services at a public facility has prompted the municipality to lift the ban.
Beth Gregg found out that Secretariat trainer Lucien Laurin, one of greatest handlers in horse racing history, lived in her four-bedroom, brick estate in Santee between 1979 and 1987.
"Educated" is the memoir of a woman raised by Mormon survivalists in the mountains of Idaho, where her mother mixes herbs for healing as her father salvages things from the junkyard.
The action of "When the Plums Are Ripe" is propelled by a rich cast of Cameroonian characters caught up in this usually overlooked theater of the war.
In Charleston, you can tell a person by their artsy coffee table book. Here are some recent ones, and what they say about their owners.
The arts offerings this fall are many and varied, as usual, but it doesn't take much effort to notice how many events are broaching topical issues.
Pure Theatre's presents "Last Rites," an original work by Charleston playwright and ensemble member Randy Neale that looks at the Detroit riots of 1968.
The improved availability of veterinary specific testing has allowed us to perform annual blood tests for our patients the same way it is done in human medicine.
The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art opens its fall season with two artist exhibitions that upend racial stereotypes in Charleston and beyond.
He spent 35 years in China working on behalf of Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution. Eventually, he came to condemn Mao and regret the role he played in upholding the regime, embracing instead a chance to live a second life as a capitalist promoting U.S. business interests in China.
School nurses have the potential of treating anyone who happens to be inside the school building at any time. The nurse's stations are described as a mini-emergency room.