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That walking stick was sold at auction several weeks ago and acquired by the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia thanks to its acquisition and collections fund, a restricted account of the museum foundation used to secure important objects for the museum's collection.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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John Prine, the ingenious singer-songwriter who explored the heartbreaks, indignities and absurdities of everyday life in “Angel from Montgomery,” “Sam Stone,” “Hello in There” and scores of other indelible tunes, died Tuesday at the age of 73.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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We live, right now, in a very uncertain and fluid circumstance. Obey the rules, fight off fear and panic and look for those moments when you, too, will have a chance to be considerate and respectful.

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I returned home from Honduras last week with the nagging suspicion I was missing something. Turns out I was. And I still am — my wife, Becky.

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The green grass of baseball and lacrosse fields across South Carolina sit emptier than its beaches and restaurants. For fans, that hurts. For athletes, it downright stings. And none more so than high school and college seniors who'd barely started their spring sports seasons.

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This week, we asked our readers to demonstrate how they're embracing the comfort of home while keeping sheltering in place interesting.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences.

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The Post and Courier is partnering with local music and theater professionals to present a video series that connects Charleston artists with audiences. This virtual stage is meant to substitute for the city's regular stages, which are temporarily shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic.


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