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.
A College of Charleston student majoring in early childhood education didn't expect to start a business this summer involving a beverage she legally can't partake in and organic soy wax from the Midwest.
A monthly comedy show typically hosted at a variety of breweries, art galleries and theaters around town has found a new home during the pandemic: online.
It's almost Hallmark holiday movie season, and an upcoming film that will be aired on the popular network is looking for extras in Charleston.
To top it all off, she enjoyed a peach whiskey drink and a glass of sweet tea.
The Charleston Farmers Market, which typically runs from April through November in Marion Square, remains closed. But many vendors who rely on sales from the market say it's time to reopen.
Have you ever wondered who was the graphic designer behind the Charleston RiverDogs logo, an emblem featuring a golden mutt inside a navy-blue "C" chomping down on a baseball bat?
Opening night is Sept. 26, and it will be operating Thursdays through Saturdays through Halloween for a total for 19 nights. Guests are encouraged to buy tickets online in advance, since capacity is limited.