Since March 24, Denise Marie Fugo has prepared three large pots of soup every night in her kitchen. In conjunction with various organizations who deal with homeless families and veterans, the fixings are delivered to her front door. From there, what ends up in the pot is her decision.
A CRY FROM THE FAR MIDDLE: Dispatches from a Divided Land. By P.J. O’Rourke. Atlantic Monthly Press. 320 pages. $26.
Yes, it's tough-going for the Charleston arts world. But with the help of enlightened collaborations, some artists are getting going.
A monthly comedy show typically hosted at a variety of breweries, art galleries and theaters around town has found a new home during the pandemic: online.
Performers throughout the state of South Carolina are required to wear masks as a stipulation of interacting with other performers during this COVID-19 pandemic.
For more than 50 of Vic Svenson’s 69 years, he’s been digging underneath long-abandoned outhouses in downtown Charleston in search of buried treasures.
Starting Sept. 16, the Dorothea Benton Frank Collection is up for auction. Here are a few tips to put your best bid forward.
GREAT ADAPTATIONS: Star-Nosed Moles, Electric Eels, and Other Tales of Evolution’s Mysteries Solved. By Kenneth Catania. Princeton University Press. 216 pages. $27.95.
Have you ever wondered who was the graphic designer behind the Charleston RiverDogs logo, an emblem featuring a golden mutt inside a navy-blue "C" chomping down on a baseball bat?
The Hall has teamed up with outdoor venue The Bend in North Charleston for a multi-week spaced-out concert series starting in October.
The city's demolition plans provoked criticism and pushback among preservationists and East Side neighborhood residents who insist the smokestacks have historical and cultural value.
Redux's new group show, "Frontyard, Backyard, Street," invites the neighborhood to explore a sense of place in city landscapes through the eyes of five artists who have worked in Charleston.
Widmer takes a deep dive into the 1,900-mile journey of the president-elect from his home in Springfield, Ill., to Washington, D.C.
The Gibbes Museum of Art has decided to cancel the upcoming sale of a controversial jewelry line that was scheduled to launch in the museum's store next week.
While most Charleston-area music venues are just now figuring out how to reopen to the public safely after Gov. McMaster's performance hall ban was lifted in late July, a bar hangout on the Isle of Palms has been hosting concerts since early May.
When the pandemic upended a scheduled show at the Gibbes Museum of Art, chief curator and Executive Director Angela Mack fast-tracked a show involving the Charleston-based collection of artist Jonathan Green and his studio partner Richard Weedman.
POSTHUMOUS MEMOIRS OF BRAS CUBAS: A Novel. By Machado de Assis. Translated by Margaret Jull Costa and Robin Patterson. Liveright. 239 pages. $27.95.
Activist James Campbell has a refined injustice detector. He is animated by the distressing politics of social division and dedicated to exposing and condemning it.
Celebrated violinist Yuriy Bekker has not performed for audiences since the spring pandemic shutdown. That doesn't mean he hasn't been practicing some famously formidable Beethoven sonatas.
When Needtobreathe members Bear Rinehart, Seth Bolt and Josh Lovelace headed from a Charleston beach house to a Nashville studio to record their new album "Out of Body" in late February, they didn't expect they'd be camping out with their newlyfound quarantine buddies.
The South Carolina Arts Commission has announced that it is changing the name of its most prestigious arts award, which was previously known as the Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Governor's Award for the Arts, to the South Carolina Governor's Award for the Arts.
In a new HBO series that features a Charleston-area actor, supernatural horror embodies the seedy underbelly of American history.
Spoleto Festival USA will present the U.S. premiere of Emma Rice's "Romantics Anonymous," the musical adaptation by Wise Children and Bristol Old Vic.
Six Charleston County Public Library branches will reopen Monday, Aug. 24, offering limited in-person services such as browsing and mobile printing.
The "Make Your Vote Count" pledge by the nonprofit organization seeks to spread information about how to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
"Chef's Table BBQ" is the next season of an Emmy-nominated Netflix series, and a local chef will be featured on the TV screen.
“Building a Legacy: The Vibrant Vision Collection of Jonathan Green and Richard Weedman,” featuring 49 works representing the African diaspora, opens in the Gibbes Museum's large third-floor gallery on Aug. 21.
Society 1858, the young professional auxiliary group of the Gibbes Museum of Art, will host its first-ever virtual art auction this month.
According to event organizers, North Charleston's annual Rockabillaque event will take place this November, but there will be some major changes.
Most everyone making music today has a dotted line to a moment in time. It is pinned to one particular year, 1977, when a harmonic convergence coaxed the city’s cultural potential into our pre-pandemic powerhouse.
Almost 70 years since the 1941 creation of Mammoth Cave National Park, many miles of the cave have yet to be explored. But what we know of it today has much to do with a mixed-race enslaved man who became the most famous and respected explorer-guide the cave has ever known.
When Malone heard about the Racial Equity Institute workshops offered by the YWCA Greater Charleston, she quickly concluded that this could help prepare her staff for the hard work of educating a population of at-risk children.
The City Gallery at Waterfront Park, 34 Prioleau St., reopened Thursday with adjusted hours and new safety precautions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Exhibitions can be viewed 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday-Saturday until further notice.