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BY: Jeremy McLellan
With your confessor, comedian Jeremy McLellan.
BY: Jeremy McLellan
With your confessor, Charleston comedian Jeremy McLellan
BY: Jeremy McLellan
With your confessor, Charleston comedian Jeremy McLellan
BY: Helen Mitternight
Any relationship, sexual or not, is full of the ghosts of relationships past.
BY: Jeremy McLellan
With your confessor, comedian Jeremy McLellan.
BY: Jeremy McLellan
Charleston Fashion Week® is a marathon, not a sprint. Jeremy McLellan didn't get the memo.
BY: Andrew C. Petersen
Gorgeous comes in all sizes, but the Chanel ski pants hanging in my closet do not. Uh-oh.
BY: Jeremy McLellan
One would hope that a restaurant called "Prohibition" would be free of the alcoholic temptations and bedevilment that runs rampant in our city, but not even it is safe from the pervasive influence of the liquor traffickers.
BY: Hunter Gardner
You didn't demand it and there was no vote, but here are the most prestigious porcelain awards in the Lowcountry. Behold Charleston's best bathrooms.
BY: Jeremy McLellan
In Charleston for the holidays and not sure what to do? Look no further!
BY: Hunter Gardner
"The Christmas Will Be Televised" Celebrates 5 Years of Christmas Fanfare
BY: Shep Rose
Happy holidays, ya'll! Can't get enough of Hunter Gardner's and Shep Rose's antics? We've got some outtakes from season one of Shepic Fail to tide you over until the new year.
BY: Shep Rose
In episode three of Shepic Fail, Rob Concannon, president of the South Carolina Stingrays, tries to transform Shep Rose and Hunter Gardner from amateurs to athletes. Naturally, things end up royally puck-ed.
BY: Shep Rose
In episode two of Shepic Fail, Gerry Kieran, owner of Seanachai on Johns Island, attempts to transform the guys from barflies to bartenders.
BY: Shep Rose
In the series premiere of Shepic Fail, Hunter and Shep learn how difficult it can be to walk in a woman's shoes.
BY: Jeremy McLellan
Strong performances and excellent production fail to save this half-baked, disappointing end to the Hunger Games trilogy.
BY: Jeremy McLellan
If you’re a Republican, you didn’t vote for Nikki Haley to be your governor. You voted for her to be the governor of everyone else.
BY: Rory Gruler
This week in #CHS tweets, Charlestonians pull out their winter gear, MUSC's Ebola scare, ninjas give meaning to "party punch," and plenty of election zings, epic losses, and not-so-shocking results.
BY: Jessie Parks
Halloween's tomorrow, and you have $10 and no costume. Don't worry—procrastination is my specialty.
BY: Guest Blogger
A few weeks into football season, Sam Truehart has picked up on some things from working at downtown sports bar Charleston Beer Works. Here are her interpretations of the fans that flock on game day.

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