Disney's 'The Lion King' comes in with a roar in a touring production at the Performing Arts Center. Does it live up to its mane?
It’s almost impossible to sand down Susan Sontag or even to come up with a consistent through-line for her life. She is always so completely alive on the page: feisty, vulnerable, brilliant, contradictory.
The vice president of research at the Medical University says that medical professionals are now better trained to address the crisis.
THE REALITY GAME: How the Next Wave of Technology Will Break the Truth. By Samuel Woolley. PublicAffairs. 272 pages. $28.
The Charleston County Public Library is joining a growing national effort to pressure a major book publisher to rescind a recent policy change regarding ebooks.
The "Lights of Magnolia" installation would include Chinese figures, including dragons and foo dogs, but also figures that represented the flora and fauna of Magnolia Plantation, such as peacocks and camellias.
"Intro to Art," a pop-up gallery at a vacant store at 510 King St., is the beginning of a grand plan of partners Matt Mill and Michele Seekings.
What makes the objects upstairs worthy of display but not these in the basement? Who decides what we see? Fred Wilson scrutinizes museum narratives to reveal blind spots.
The Alliance Francaise of Charleston presents the 2019 French Film Festival, co-sponsored by the MUSC International Film Group, Nov. 15-16, and 22-23 in MUSC’s Basic Science Auditorium, 173 Ashley Ave.
Since Charleston’s earlier days, there has been a special spot for small-scale instrumental and choral ensembles of quartets or quintets or septets or such.
Those who loved Zadie Smith's first novel “White Teeth” will welcome the sock of energy that is “Grand Union,” Smith’s first collection of short fiction.
Since Broadway plays are traveling faster than the speed of lies these days, it only took a slim nine months after “The Lifespan of a Fact" closed in New York to open last week at Charleston’s Pure Theatre.
Founded and organized by College of Charleston associate professor of Italian Giovanna De Luca, the Italian Film Festival was created to bring international cinema to the young people of Charleston.
We have much to gain from an immersion in the sounds, the words and the images that converge as the life of Spanish composer and pianist extraordinaire Joaquin Rodrigo. And the 30th anniversary of his death marks the pitch-perfect occasion to do so — and the College of Charleston just the ri…
For the third year running, Charleston to Charleston gathers scores of readers, writers and thinkers, packing houses so consistently that it has shifted venues to the Dock Street Theatre.
THE POWER WORSHIPPERS: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism. By Katherine Stewart. Bloomsbury. 326 pages. $28.
This weekend, Prentice "Tripp" Brower and Zach Bjur begin a two-year sailing circumnavigation with a mission: to examine how climate change and environmental issues impact communities and cultures around the world, and to celebrate local action that makes a difference, and that might serve as a model for others.
"Dead Characters," a new play by Thomas and Judy Heath, was scheduled to be workshopped on Sept. 7, but Hurricane Dorian forced a postponement. The play now is set for a public reading 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at the Queen Street Playhouse, 20 Queen St.
Last weekend at the Gaillard Center, Charleston Symphony performed three works in concert with artist Mary Whyte's "We the People: Portraits of Veterans in America" exhibition.
The East Side has a proper name: Hampstead Village. And the 250-year-old neighborhood has seen its ups and downs.
The ultra-versatile pianist Chick Corea reconvenes with jazz collaborators Christian McBride and Brian Blade for a second 'Trilogy' record and tour.
When the pair of pies arrived, there was something not so usual. Affixed on the top of one of the boxes was a quiet, square white sticker. On it was a poem, or a part of one at least.
Rodrigo is among a group of Spanish and Latin American composers who have gained currency in concert halls around the world.
Charleston Stage reprises "Nevermore! Voyage Into the Netherworld," an original play by company founder and producing artistic director Julian Wiles inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's writing and his time stationed on Sullivan's Island.
Was it easy for the Columbia Museum of Art to mount a major exhibition centered on 12 works by Vincent van Gogh? Not at all.
Copenhagen has an integrated public transportation network that prioritizes bicycles. Can Charleston embrace something like it?
The city of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is seeking artists in music, theater, dance, visual art, media art and literature to participate in the 2020 North Charleston Arts Fest, scheduled for April 29-May 3 at various venues throughout North Charleston.
In so many ways, “Osceola’s Muse” demonstrated that joining risk and inspiration is well worth the effort, hiccups and foibles and all.
The funding of the Gaillard Center raised the profile of arts philanthropy in Charleston. What is the city's current state of arts philanthropy?