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The Gibbes Museum's Annual Winter Party is back and Society 1858 is upping the ante (and the bass) this year with live street art and a DJ straight outta Brooklyn, NY!

When the polls close, the party starts.

Editor Hooper Schultz sits down with one of the organizers of We Are Family's Spirit Day, being held this Friday, October 21, at The Southern Gallery from 6:30pm-9pm.

Charleston's indie rock scene just got a little younger.

From luxury hair and nails treatments, message, aromatherapy and much more, Stox & Co. has you covered.

Guest Contributor Austin Trevor Covers Raleigh's Hopscotch Music Festival—The Good, The Bad, and The Problematic

A heavy dose of Athens psychedelic pop is coming to the Pour House this Saturday, September 3rd, the always enigmatic Of Montreal headlines with fellow Athenian Ruby the Rabbitfoot opening. Of Montreal is an obvious must see but make sure to get there in time to catch Ruby the Rabbitfoot work her magic.

Concerts get intimate with enough money

I couldn't stand country music, but something changed within me.

It's not often we meet royalty. But Queen Quet of the Gullah-Geechee Nation is the Lowcountry's resident monarch.

Join the community in a celebration of unity Sunday following the Riverdog's baseball game. A community concert and live art demonstration is planned for A Day of Unity to benefit the International African American Museum.

With friends like these, who needs enemies?

The Zac Brown Band brings their homegrown music festival back for its fifth year in a new springtime slot.

How to properly apply blush, most importantly on your wedding day. What products to use, and how to perfect the skin first.

What's Black and White and Red All over?

Two down and three to go for the 10th Anniversary of Charleston Fashion Week!

Art looks at how we see ourselves

In the lead up to the debut of Ballet Evolution's newest show, Carnival of the Animals, I sat down with Artistic Director Jonathan Tabbert to discuss his vision, inspiration and unique venture into the collaborative unknown.

In 2014 my first piece with Grit was something along the lines of “All the things your stylist wishes you knew”. For over a year I’ve read that particular piece and gotten tons of feedback from other stylists during my travels about the things they would add to it. I can’t help but find some of these things just hysterical and some of them necessary to repeat.

Bites, drinks and art