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BY: Stephanie Hunt
Snubbing a poet and beautiful verse is one thing. Snubbing leadership, history, and the way forward is another.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Art is meditation, and vice versa, for artist John Duckworth. In his riveting show Awake, he implores viewers to do much more than "view." Do yourself a favor: show up.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Fiasco. Debacle. Travesty. Clusterf*&^k. You name it. But yesterday's firing certainly was no "trick or treat."
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Just in time for Halloween, AND the frightening onslaught of holiday shopping, Grady Hendrix serves up a cleverly terrifying tale.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
While late night imbibers get the crackdown, Charleston vies for another national win. It's the Chucktown vs Nashvegas smackdown in Food & Wine's online poll. Drink up and vote!
BY: Stephanie Hunt
The Gibbes Museum and Society 1858 announce their latest $10K prize winner—weaving evocative hair extensions into questions of race, history, culture, and the fiber arts.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Need some half-time inspiration during this afternoon's game? TEDxCharleston scores TWO goals in recent weeks as Editor's Picks for national TED talks. Check 'em out.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
The Halsey's 30th Anniversary show opens tonight, and it's better than all the hype. Shepard Fairey delivers power, glory, and plenty of suberversive celebrity, thanks to the Halsey's real superstar.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Warning local art fans and collectors, your favorite secret stash of incredible talent at unbeatable prices is not a secret anymore. The Charleston Artist Collective is bringing art to the masses.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
If revoltingly uncharming playboys and girls in T-Rav's circle have all that disposable cash fueling their shenanigans, how can the Lowcountry's good guys/gals get some? SCANPO is about to tell us….
BY: Stephanie Hunt
For all of you gathering over the holidays in the absence of loved ones afar and passed on, but in the presence of new family—chosen family—here's a heartfelt reminder of why that matters plenty...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Why The Little Match Girl at the Rose Maree Myers Theater was this year's holiday ticket, with its wintry score by Laura Ball. Plus! video of the most rousing Nutcracker finale in history...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
How a surprise parade—complete with the Burke High School Marching Band—blew the heat and BA HUMBUG off my Friday. Here's what went down on Calhoun...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
What happens when a thousand-some librarians and a thousand-some rabid YA fans converge in the Holy City in the same week? Could get pretty crazy... The lowdown on Charleston's weekend book surge
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Taking the long road home, through Majorca's stoney countryside, gives wise and simple insights for rocky times (like that disorder's the sideshow—the amazing truth's that so many things DO work out)
BY: Stephanie Hunt
I can pray to the gods of the First Day of School, the gods of the quad... but I know where to find our very best lesson plans, and ain't nobody getting a hall pass
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Tax-free shopping can exact a heavy tariff. This weekend, save yourself the headache and hassle, and invest in some real school supplies... BOOKS! And loads of 'em, for SC's poorest school districts
BY: Stephanie Hunt
On the heels of summer camp and post-holiday doldrums, I'm going to take my cue from Pooh and welcome summer's season with glorious do-nothing productivity... here's to more doodling, less doing
BY: Stephanie Hunt
What to do on (another!) soggy day? Head to the Halsey for Spoleto's last splash, where hundreds of books, mags, & catalogues have been sculpted, sawed, stacked, whacked, carved, glued... transformed
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Confetti, Copland, and Kafig set Spoleto wheels in motion, the bells of St. Michael's peeling in sync to hip-hop music... surely a first? The late Ted Stern no doubt break-dancing in his grave...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
10, 18, 8, 12, 2 (my numbers)—do not add up to $590.9 million. I'm not the mystery winner in Zephyrhills, but there is another game in which I have definitely struck it rich. It's called life.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
I didn't do it to burn calories, reduce my carbon footprint, or save a few bucks on gas. So why DID I join the other Charleston Movers and bike commuters this morning? I'll tell you why...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Spectacle or Spectacular? Who won in this tale of two events, two options, one city, one district, one hope?
BY: Stephanie Hunt
With techie wunderkinds roving around, there's much to DIG into and celebrate about this weekend. But today reminds us that there're a few things that ain't so progressive going on in town, too...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
In this week's flurry of fashion-filled posts, one especially stood out. Take a read to learn a lesson in style--in both the posing variety, and the prose
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Eudora Welty, JK Rowling, and Oscar Wilde turn heads at Fashion Week—well, kind of. Here's to stylish prose guiding striking poses, plus bold statements, good composition, and wise editing all around
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Musing on conclaves and rising smoke, metaphysics and physics, with insight from two of Charleston's keenest minds: Stephen Colbert and John Keller. Plus, global career advice for all you CofC-ers
BY: Stephanie Hunt
And unless you live in the Dark Ages, you are too. Men, women, girls, bystanders... let's gather this evening and do what feminists do best—celebrate each other! See you TONIGHT, 5:30 at the Halsey
BY: Stephanie Hunt
If you've got a thing for words, if you're hot for font and a fool for the mesmerizing voluptuousness of phrases writ large and draped about, get thee to the Halsey for Leslie Dill's Poetic Visions
BY: Stephanie Hunt
A new spot for writers of all walks (and a video of Bill Murray at Manhattan's Poets House) to nudge you down that path of literary... something. Poetry, fiction, a few minutes with pen and paper
BY: Instant Grit
Here's to the holidays with a roundup of the season's best blogs, featuring a muzzled inner Scrooge, a hospitable snowman, that creepy, creepy elf, double-decker oreo fudge, and more
BY: Stephanie Hunt
When words are inadequate and the ache is deep, amidst prayers for peace and sanity and gun control and more sanity, some Kiwi kids offer this... to help celebrate the season of the child
BY: Stephanie Hunt
All a writer needs is a pen and pad... A dog pen and four padded hoofs, that is. Lowcountry authors go fetch some puppy love at tonight's book release (bow-WOW) to benefit Charleston Animal Society
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Soon, I may be able to stomach snow globes and Bing Crosby, but I'd love to wrap up my August to-do list first. Let's get started anyway... with a little flour and fluff for your Thanksgiving table
BY: Stephanie Hunt
The hottest new genre in literature invades Charleston tomorrow. Amp up your adolescence and come check out the stellar line up, including 25 NY Times best-selling authors
BY: Stephanie Hunt
This week, after the confetti had settled from our big, bad, best-in-the-world Conde Nast nod, she had wise words for us all about what makes our old Southern city a choice place to live
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Fearless Felix proves to be one hell of a weekend warrior. But I believe his 24-mile free fall tells us more about what it means to be grounded than about zooming through space.
BY: Stephanie Hunt
It's that time again—That BIG Book Sale starts today. Here's a good argument for why I shouldn't go, with plenty of William Baldwin-meets-Laurie Colwin reasons why I will
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Barbara Hagerty's new book of poetry "Motherfish," and other lessons on casting the creative net and reelin it in, as learned in the class I'm currently taking: Life
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Looking for that elusive creative muse? This writer muses on pantry moths, creativity and a little Monte Python

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