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BY: Georgia Schrubbe
Latin music + dance fitness + barre fitness + yoga
BY: Kate Vontaine
Gillian tells us how she and her father built a successful photography business in Charleston's crowded wedding market, while simultaneously launching a popular wedding blog.
BY: Haydn Haring
"Bad Jews" is a comedy currently running at PURE Theatre on King Street. The story follows three cousins as they navigate the ways of family, religion, and love while trying to find out what's worth holding onto, and what gets left behind.
BY: Georgia Schrubbe
Salsa dancer Georgia Schrubbe teaches firefighter James Romer how to bring the heat on the dance floor.
BY: Georgia Schrubbe
Charleston Latin Dance Celebrates Three Years
BY: Jeanne Everett
White Haute Nights at Tabbuli hosts a "Mad Women" fashion show
BY: Alex Keith
Get Hitched! Charleston, the first annual LGBT wedding showcase in South Carolina
BY: Alex Keith
A roundup of events this weekend, July 17-19
BY: Bailey Desiree Bial
Summer makeup trends to try this season
BY: Megan Bryan
Are your kids spending too much time in front of the television this summer? Maybe it's time for surf camp.
BY: Sydney Gallimore
Because the only things Charleston loves more than art are booze and food.
BY: Mike Grabman
The life of a new dad who works nights and may be experiencing Stockholm syndrome
BY: Megan Bryan
The Lowcountry is bursting with local farms and food producers, and the impact on our economy when we buy from local farmers is profound. Making a simple shift in your weekly spending to $10 towards local food could potentially bring millions to the Lowcountry and reduce our environmental impact as a community. The Eat Local Challenge is a great place to start.
BY: Mac Kilduff
An emotionally heated look at police oppression and race from a formerly unassuming suburbanite.
BY: Kristen Milford
Music veterans Run Dan Run and Infinitikiss played an April Fool's show at the Redux Contemporary Art Center, celebrating the official album release of Mr. Jenkins' "Greatest Hits." This show marks the third in the residency, which showcases local bands each Wednesday for period of five weeks straight. It's no joke that #WednesdayisthenewFriday.
BY: Bates Hagood
Early April sees trade-wind swell
BY: Jess Spence
Inspired by the independent film community, streaming service Pointa.TV brings skate videos to shops, restaurants, and bars around the Southeast.
BY: Robin Gibson
Need cash? Own a car? Consider driving for Uber. But not before reading this interview for the inside scoop on what it's like to partner with the service in Charleston.
BY: Megan Bryan
Food as medicine, mindfulness mediation, and healing from inflammation through diet—Abigail McClam of Lotus Healing Centre Charleston breaks it down.
BY: Georgia Schrubbe
Dancefx Charleston's executive director discusses upcoming Edgar Allan Poe–inspired dance concert

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