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BY: Hunter Gardner
Shovels & Rope’s Swimmin’ Time has already garnered critical success and TV face time, so why haven’t you bought it yet? If you need a little hometown push, here are three reasons why every...
BY: Hunter Gardner
Whether you tuned in to or stayed far away from Southern Charm this past spring, everyone seemed to have an opinion. I know I did, especially when I first heard the news of a reality show coming to...
BY: Hunter Gardner
Nathan Storey is a man in a way that most men aren’t. To meet him, you would immediately be drawn to his innocent, youthful nature, but the undercurrent of that is a man secure in who he is, and self...
BY: Hunter Gardner
The Most Races Show On Earth! Returns To Charleston For More Laughs   Ten years ago, The Most Races Show On Earth! was founded by Neil Bansil and four other comedians in their hometown of...
BY: Hunter Gardner
I’m sitting in the back living room of my house. It is a room that is surprisingly well insulated, but that is its only redeeming quality. The carpet is made of putting green-green carpet with...
BY: Hunter Gardner
The organizers of Charleston’s Jail Break Festival, taking place this Saturday at the Old City Jail, are opening up the floor for local comics of any experience level to vie for three open slots in...
BY: Hunter Gardner
Will Elliott is busy. If you were to look at his schedule with a plain perspective, you would attribute that to his full time job, dodge ball league and rock climbing, not to mention his side...
BY: Hunter Gardner
Southern Charm is reaching the end of its eight episode run on Bravo, and while the show seems to be reaching for any semblance of meaningful conflict (as pretty much every question can be answered...
BY: Hunter Gardner
Southern Charm, Episode Six is in the books. One of my favorite comedians and local improvisers, Andy Rider, joined me on the couch to debunk this week's charm. What Andy Learned:I believe it's...
BY: Hunter Gardner
You guys, junk got straight cray-cray-high-school-prom-after-party this week on Southern Charm. My comedy pal, Sam Hendry joined me to jump into it. Here’s what we learned.   What Sam Learned:...
BY: Hunter Gardner
I’m missing Mike Birbiglia’s show at The Charleston Music Hall this Sunday because of Mike Birbiglia.    Tomorrow morning, I’m getting on a plane to go to Los Angeles until Monday because I...
BY: Hunter Gardner
Southern Charm is four episodes deep, and we’re starting to see the emergence of a second act: T-Rav and Kathryn look to be cosmically linked and reality is encroaching on “Neverland” as Ravenel may...
BY: Hunter Gardner
Hey, nice people. By now we’ve become familiar with our characters: Thomas Ravenel is looking for love, Shep is the schoolboy who can’t grow up (and double-crossed his bro, Craig), Cameran is the...
BY: Hunter Gardner
What a great follow up episode right, folks? Friends, lovers, a poor understanding of the English language: Episode two really had it all.     Thomas Ravenel is out for love, hoping to “...
BY: Hunter Gardner
The sultry scene has been set, we’ve met our characters and know their primal motivations—or so we thought! The second episode of Southern Charm brought us new twists and turns while bringing back...
BY: Hunter Gardner
The premiere of Southern Charm is behind us now, jam packed with boyish fun and further proof that white people are bad at making their own alcoholic punch. I sat down with fellow Charleston...
BY: Hunter Gardner
I, Hunter Gardner, take to the streets to make sure we’re not all crazy.   Well, was it everything you feared? Do you now find yourself suddenly sympathizing with everyone in New Jersey who has...
BY: Hunter Gardner
  If you have turned on the Food Network in the past decade, then you have seen Alton Brown. Long before anyone was searching out diners and dives or cooking barefoot, Alton was a linchpin of...
BY: Hunter Gardner
If you ever get the chance to sit down with McKenzie Eddy and it starts to feel like you’re wasting her time, it's because you probably are. This isn’t her projection, she will be present in every...
BY: Hunter Gardner
I want to be a comedy writer more than anything in the world right now. Writer’s room. Sitcom or sketch show. Chinese food. Coffee. You know, you’ve seen 30 Rock.   Comedy Central   More...


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