Kalyn Oyer is a Charleston native who covers arts and entertainment for The Post and Courier. She used to write about music for the Charleston City Paper and Scene SC.
When Caroline Smith-Adams, 15-year bar manager at Voodoo Tiki Bar in West Ashley, died suddenly in September, the owners knew that a concept they had been formulating would take on her spirit.
A year and a half after an overnight fire shuttered a popular Park Circle pub, it's back with a fitting coronavirus-era addition.
During an unprecedented time on our globe, finding a spark has been auspicious for some local musicians with newfound time on their hands and challenging for others who have struggled to find their muse amidst the anxiety and uncertainty.
Chef, best-selling author and PBS host Vivian Howard will be in Charleston this month for a drive-thru book signing at Tradesman Brewing, presented by Blue Bicycle Books.
I added sliced strawberries and blueberries for my sweet tooth. We all have those, right?
Holiday cheer is still on the agenda this season, as the James Island Holiday Festival of Lights returns despite the pandemic.
It's been almost eight months since one of downtown Charleston's most visited music venues has hosted a live concert indoors for the general public to enjoy.
For some local vendors used to serving up specialized treats at sporting events, football season is another reminder of the pandemic's losses.