Food, funnies, funds for Fido and a list of MLK commemoration events are Charleston Scene's picks for this coming weekend.
Senior news clerk and staff writer Liz Foster joined The Post and Courier team in 2012 and, among other things, compiles events and writes the My Charleston Weekend column for Charleston Scene.
It's a busy weekend in Charleston with special promo nights with the S.C. Stingrays, Mex 1 Cantina's Snowboard Rail Jam, the kickoff of Restaurant Week and more.
Charleston's Museum Mile Month kicks off, the Harlem Globetrotters return with their hilarious courtside hijinks and the annual Save the Light oyster roast fundraiser for the Morris Island lighthouse are a part of the first weekend of 2020.
This weekend, celebrate Kwanzaa, a family-friendly New Year's Eve, Emancipation Day, Polar Plunges and some rad schows at the Charleston Music Hall.
Hanukkah begins on Sunday with a special event in Marion Square, the Moscow Ballet's "Great Russian Nutcracker" makes a stop at the PAC and a few other holiday happenings around town should get you in the spirit this weekend.
'Tis the season to be merry.
Included in this special Stage & Screen event section this week are some holiday productions opening locally the first time this season or…
"The Lion King" has finally arrived in Charleston, and with all of the holiday parades and tree lightings around the Lowcountry, there's definitely a family-friendly weekend in store for everyone.
From churches to music halls, in daylight or candlelight, there's a little something for everyone's musical tastes this holiday season.
The Flowertown Players, Charleston Stage company, Woolfe Street, Queen Street and the Cultural Arts Center Charleston all have holiday productions this year, but "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" and "The Muppet Christmas Carol" will grace a couple of movie screens as well.