Louise Brown, 84, and Vera Smalls, 72, were among the 12 women at Charleston’s Medical College Hospital in 1969 who refused to air their griev…
The Indie Grits festival, in its 13th year, takes downtown Columbia by storm each spring.
At 10 a.m. Saturday, a program commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Charleston Hospital Strike will be held inside Charity Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston.
The 2019 CSOL Designer Showhouse, 16 Rutledge Ave.
SC honors artist Jonathan Green
Marion L. Usher, author of "One Couple Two Faiths: Stories of Love and Religion," will give a book talk at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 19.
A new adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “King Lear” seeks to make the famous family tragedy accessible to young theatergoers.
When he wasn't composing operas or incidental music, the great Baroque-era composer George Frideric Handel wrote oratorios. These were unstage…
For years, artists and dealers who have worked with local broker Rebekah Jacob have struggled to recover inventory and money owed from the sale of their works. They have complained about stonewalling and lack of communication, and many ultimately filed lawsuits.
Sound the alarm. Extras are needed.