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BY: Shep Rose
In the age of life-simplifying apps, Tinder has certainly changed the dating game and hook up culture. But is it for the better?


Try out some of our pickup lines that will only (maybe) work in Charleston.


Spend the tail-end of summer serving-up these six gourmet burger recipes that rival restaurants.


Kat Robichaud performed among the glitz and glamour of Hollywood as a top ten finalist on NBC's The Voice, but her August 31 performance at DELUGE promises to be a wet and wild bash more her style.


Our Blog of the Week features a brief examination of depression in the wake of Robin William's devastating death, citing parallels in the life of another tragically lost genius, David Foster Wallace.


The world mourns Robin Williams, local doctor charged in nine dog deaths, Edmund's Oast gains national recognition, and CofC students are back on campus. This week in #CHS tweets.


It's that time of year again. School's back in session, and for seniors at CofC like Tori Williams, it's the beginning of a bittersweet end.


Local fly fisherman Doug Roland realizes there's always more tricks to learn and bigger fish to catch.


BY: Amy Coy
Young patrons groups in the art world are making a splash. Check out Charleston's own Society 1858 and what they're doing to expose Charleston on the national art scene.


BY: Shep Rose
In a brief examination of depression in the wake of Robin William's devastating death, Shep Rose cites parallels in the life of another tragically lost genius, David Foster Wallace.


Religious or not, anyone can appreciate the rare chance to grab some brews and chat with Father Bill—priest, bar-owner, and author of a book that depicts a quest for holiness through unlikely means.


Cocktail classes at Edmund's Oast offered up delicious summer libations - and lots of 'em. Take a look at our recap, and then try a class out for yourself.


LA can’t survive without Facebook, sharks make appearances everywhere, a South Carolina native is crowned Miss Teen USA, and Shep Rose looks for a day drinking partner. This week in #CHS tweets.


Summer in the Lowcountry makes it hard to want to wear anything besides shorts and a tank, but blogger Natalie Mason shows us how to stay fashionable on the hottest of days.


Take our advice and be a tourist for a day. From the dreaded "booty bench" on carriage tours to charming houses in the Historic District, you'll keep finding more reasons to love this city.


Music blogger Tim Brennan reviews the local band who just released their new, six-song album, Good Luck.


While it may not the best example of a movie musical, the 1974 Brian DePalma film Phantom of the Paradise is great campy fun. A newly released Blu-Ray/DVD version brings the cult film to the masses.


At The Coastal Cupboard in Mount Pleasant, everyone from novice cooks to experienced connoisseurs can learn something from in-house chef Bryan Breeland


Check out these photos from the Dark Blue kick-off party celebrating the beginning of the aquarium's Shark Week events.




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