In a live-streaming production available online, actors John Lithgow, Annette Bening, Kevin Kline and many others took to the stage last month to read excerpts of the Mueller Report. The column assesses it as a work of theater.
Author Jessica Handler lures the reader in with magnetic prose, demonstrating her command of fiction in the story about 14-year-old Lulu Hurst.
"Raised in Captivity" by Chuck Klosterman is like a read-only version of "The Twilight Zone," complete with a cover graphic of a skeleton on a leash being taken for a walk.
"Bark of Night," the latest in David Rosenfelt's Andy Carpenter series, begins when a man pays a veterinarian to euthanize a healthy French bulldog.
In Texas' Big Bend country, Sheriff Chris Cherry may finally have run into more than he and his smattering of small-town peace officers can handle in J. Todd Scott's newest novel, "This Side of Night."
In the summer, light pruning is acceptable. However, you want to be careful on shrubs that have already set next year’s flower buds.
Students from Palmetto Scholars Academy have donated more than 100 pounds of produce to local churches and food banks since establishing a garden April.
This week's theme was church steeples, and we had plenty of solid Charleston submissions (which is to be expected from residents of a place with the nickname the Holy City). We received some cool shots from abroad as well.
I understand that stray dogs, especially in packs, can be a nuisance, but they are not to blame for being there, and there are alternatives to wounding or killing them.
A new study out of the University of Southern California has found a potential correlation between teenaged prescription painkiller abuse and later usage of heroin.
“It's a lot of women especially who have a hard time shutting down their brains," said Jennifer Mackenzie, a clinical coordinator and certified sleep disorder professional with East Cooper Medical Center.
From July 12 - 28, PURE Theatre presents its Summer Slam work, which details the life and times of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, renowned radio personality and sex therapist.
The pink mansion at 5 East Battery is one of Charleston's most visible homes, and it's getting one of the city's most ambitious and visible makeovers.
Many Americans make big decisions without consulting with clergy, a new poll says. Some Charleston area faith leaders say that may not be a bad thing.
Spurred by new efforts to create artist-friendly guidelines for public art in Charleston, this column explores the benefits and current challenges in this city.
This strategy echoes the advice of Teddy Roosevelt who said, “Nobody cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.”
"I thought to myself, there’s no way I’m going to let you hit somebody," said Kristi Childers about her 11-year-old son Jack.
Harambee Dance Company, a New York based African American dance company, celebrates its 25th Anniversary with an “Evening of Dance”. One night on place on Saturday, July 6, 2019, 6p.m. at James Island Charter High School Theater, Charleston, SC.
Charleston has a long tradition of slowing down its arts scene in the summer days following Spoleto. But it may well be that these days, there is no compelling reason for a Charleston summer to be a cultural bummer.
On just over an acre of land, Linda Geronilla's home stands out from others in the neighborhood. It's not the solar panels on her home's roof that won her national awards for energy conservation, but the sprawling natural growth of her front and back yard — layers of gardening based on the permaculture gardening model.
Neither Sam nor Jane expected to experience that depth of love again. “That being said,” Sam told how, “a different kind of love can be found in one’s eighties, and Jane and I have found it.”
SAY NOTHING: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland. By Patrick Radden Keefe. Doubleday. 441 pages. $28.95.
When it comes to fruit trees, there aren't many that can rival the loquat in terms of production and adaptability.
The Spirit of South Carolina, a replica tall ship built in Charleston, will stay afloat — and perhaps more active than ever — thanks in large measure to a new affiliation with the College of Charleston, according to its executive director, Fletcher Meyers.
Artist Jennifer Wen Ma's exhibit at Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art has become the evocative setting for a site-specific dance piece.
Bree Newsome Bass is best known for her act of civil disobedience on June 27, 2015, at the Statehouse during a rally following the Emanuel AME Church shooting 10 days earlier.
Respite Care Charleston is one of fifteen organizations in nine states that received a grant from the Alzheimer's Foundation of America.