Keep North Charleston Beautiful held an Earth Day event Wednesday, April 17, 2019, with volunteers helping to beautify the Park Circle Butterfly Garden. The event was the second part of KNCB’s 2019 Earth Day celebration, and more than 300 butterfly-attracting flowers were planted during the event.

The 2019 High Water Festival at North Charleston’s Riverfront Park featured talent including Leon Bridges, The Head and the Heart, Jenny Lewis, Dr. Dog and Shovels & Rope.

The Champneys' Pink Cluster — known in later variations as the Noisette Rose — got its start in Rantowles on land John Champneys once cultivated as a classic English pleasure garden in the early 1800s.

In Mexico, migrants fleeing from various countries wait for their turn to claim asylum, often times in cramped camps and without knowing how long the process will take or what it will entail.

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Charleston County Clemson Club held it's annual Clemson Prowl and Growl Wednesday, April 10, 2019, with guests Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney and head basketball coach Brad Brownell.

A tour stopped at the Hugo-damaged Progressive Club — begun on Johns Island by Esau Jenkins to improve local African-Americans' lives through education, voter registration and other efforts — and then went on to the Moving Star Hall praise house.