Piccolo Spoleto's Sunset Serenade Concert featuring the Charleston Symphony Orchestra was held at the United States Custom House on Friday, May 24, 2019.
The kick off for the 43rd Spoleto Festival USA in front of Charleston City Hall Friday, May 24, 2019
We were so excited to celebrate Charleston's best and brightest at a recent Mom's Choice event. Here are a few of our favorite shots.
Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint, a Nashville-based restaurant, expanded to South Carolina with the opening of it's James Island location on Tuesday, May 7, 2019.
ESPN and CBS basketball analyst Debbie Antonelli succeeded in making 2,400 free throws – or 100 shots every hour – for 24 straight hours this weekend at the Mount Pleasant Town Hall gym to raise money for South Carolina Special Olympics.
The Charleston Beer Fest featured beverages from over 40 breweries along with food trucks, vendors, and activities at Riverfront Park in North Charleston on Saturday.
Thirty-eight states and 16 countries made up MUSC’s Class of 2019 at Saturday's graduation exercises in the Horseshoe.
Your next assignment: Tools of the trade.
About 45 people were going to rappel 9-stories down the face of Hyatt Place downtown on Friday and Saturday to raise money for a Trident United Way reading program.
The class AA high school baseball state championship series between Oceanside Collegiate Academy and Landrum on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at Shipyard Park in Mount Pleasant. Landrum won 4-2.
Head football coach at South Carolina, Will Muschamp, speaks at a Spurs Up tour stop held Tuesday at the Harbourside Wedding venue in Mount Pleasant.
Coastal Community Foundation is moving into the historic Sick Officer's Quarters of the Charleston Naval Hospital building on the old Navy base.
Mpishi, meaning "chef" in Swahili, opened its doors to the public on Daniel Island on Monday, May 6, 2019.
Archeologists with the South Carolina Natural Resources heritage trust program host a dig at two prehistoric shell ring sites on Pockoy Island on Thursday, May 9, 2019.
Your next assignment: Fun in the surf.
The annual greek Festival held a by the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity entertained attendees with live music, dancing, food and daily church tours held until Sunday.
Wando High School boys soccer team wins over J.L. Mann High to mark their third consecutive state championship title Saturday in Irmo.
Wando High School girls soccer were defeated by J.L. Mann High during the state championship game Saturday in Irmo.
Porter-Guad won 3-0 over Pinewood Prep to be named the SCISA Class AAA girls soccer champions for the second year in a row.
The College of Charleston holds the first of three commencement ceremonies at Randolph Hall with close to 1700 students graduating during the weekend.
Charleston County Sheriff's Office fallen officer memorial dedication ceremony was held Friday, May 10, 2019. The memorial honors eleven fallen officers dating to the early 1900s.
Graduates from programs at Dorchester County Career and Technology Center celebrate with their future employers and teachers during a career signing day on Friday, May 10, 2019.
Charleston Southern University graduated its largest class with more than 770 graduates at the North Charleston Coliseum on May 4, 2019. CSU/Provided
The main event for the 2019 Columbia Food & Wine Festival took place on Sunday, April 28, 2019 on Saluda Avenue in Columbia’s Five Points village. The event featured tastings from over 50 local restaurants, 77 wines, 12 breweries, a cocktail speakeasy and much more.
Officers and supporters from Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester and Colleton counties attended the Lowcountry Law Enforcement Officers Memorial ceremony Wednesday, May 8, 2019. The ceremony was held at Felix C. Davis Community Center in North Charleston and recognized the 71 officers who died …
We kicked off the 2019 Columbia Food and Wine Festival at Saluda’s Restaurant on Friday evening, April 26. Attendees enjoyed a five-course dinner prepared by Saluda’s executive chef Josh Rogerson and a team of other local chefs including: Chef Chris Mastasio, Chef Opie Patterson, Chef Jason …
Saturday's satellite events started bright and early on Main Street for an expanded Soda City Market where guests could taste authentic international delights from appetizers to entrees to pastries. This microcosm of Columbia’s thriving diversity showcased more than 10 local Columbia food ve…
As part of the 2019 Columbia Food and Wine Festival, Main Street’s boutique wine parlour, Lula Drake, provided an educational wine tasting session at Lula’s private event space, The Pastor’s Study. Lula Drake owner and Sommelier Tim Gardner offered a series of rare wine tastings not availabl…
Our series of exceptional Columbia Food and Wine Festival satellite events culminated on Saturday evening, April 27, 2019, at our Heirloom Breeds + Seeds Dinner. Two of Columbia’s most revered restaurants — Motor Supply Company Bistro and Spotted Salamander Café & Catering — teamed up on…
Saturday's Columbia Food and Wine Festival events included this multi-course brunch with cocktail-to-course pairings at the urban rooftop of the First Base Building in the historic BullStreet district. Guests enjoyed hand-crafted cocktails and a bottomless punch provided by Spencer Robinson,…
Columbia Food and Wine Festival attendees continued their Saturday journey on the rooftop of River Rat Brewery. In addition to bottomless samples, guests got to be the first to try Tangerine Dreams, the official craft beer of the festival. This special brew was created by brewers from River …
Madres' Mexican Restaurant is now open at 1001 Bacons Bridge Rd. in Summerville and are open Monday through Thursday 11AM to 9PM with Friday and Saturday extended to 10PM.
A look at Maison bistro on King Street near Race Street.
Wando boys soccer won over Dutch Fork sending the Warriors to the state championships.
The Rosewood Crawfish Festival was held Saturday, May 4, at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds.
The Citadel celebrates the graduation of approximately 500 members of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets on Saturday, May 4, 2019.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg spoke to an overflow crowd at a campaign stop held at North Charleston High School Sunday, May 5, 2019. Brad Nettles/Staff
Dragon Boat Charleston's annual festival fundraiser featured a day of racing, food trucks, drinks and more at Brittlebank Park on Saturday, May 4, 2019. Brett Lemmo/Special to The Post and Courier
The remains of 36 unidentified people found during construction in downtown Charleston six years ago were reinterred on Saturday, May 4, 2019.
Your next assignment: Garden walls.
Trident Technical College held its 55th annual commencement ceremony Friday, May 3, 2019. This year more than 1,500 students were eligible to graduate and 631 chose to attend the ceremony at North Charleston Coliseum.
Chucktown Axe Throwing, located on West Montague Avenue in North Charleston, is the city's first axe throwing venue.
Dragon Boat Charleston build from each other through like-minded community
About 10,000 teachers and supporters assembled Wednesday, May 1, 2019 in South Carolina’s state capital to rally for improved working conditions.
With Mother's Day right around the corner, we thought it was the perfect time to feature our moms in the magazine. Here are a few of our favorite shots from the issue. Enjoy.
The possible sale of the Wando Dock adds uncertainty to 2 small seafood business left on Shem Creek.
The West Ashley Farmers Market opened on Wednesday, Apr. 24, 2019 for its third season — Wednesdays from 3 p.m.-7 p.m. between now and Oct. 2 — in Ackerman Park off Sycamore Avenue.
Hominy Grill and James Beard Award-winning chef Robert Stehling helped put Charleston on a course toward culinary preeminence, but the downtown restaurant ended its 24-year run with Sunday brunch on April 28, 2019.
The 32nd annual Blessing of the Fleet & Seafood Festival at Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park featured the boat parade, shrimp-eating contest, shag dancing competition, craft show and other activities on Sunday, April 28, 2019.