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Bill Murray

There's a right way and a wrong way to approach Bill Murray. I chose the wrong way.

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Charleston RiverDogs Opening Day opens the gates for new stadium treats and a birthday celebration!

Our national pastime returns on April 7.

Charleston Fashion Icon Andrea Serrano—Charleston Shop Curator—shares the individual styles of some of this weeks culinary champions.

Charleston Christmas, fables & traditions. How do "bin yah's" answer those ridiculous questions from "come yah's" Do you ever get snow in Charleston? Duh yeah, when we shake the grits tree! What do you do to get yourself in the spirit of Christmas? Oh, we spend a day at the coast gathering plough mud for making our Christmas ornaments and getting buckets of salt water to make taffy.

Tasting the menu at Chef Robert Carter's newest venture, Barony Tavern.

Chandler Kolb needed the edgy wit of an artist to get people to shut up and start talking about what matters. Enter Charleston artist Kyle Victory. The result? Art for the Internet.

Local 616 owner Dwayne Mitchell, recently voted Charleston's best bartender, speaks out on how we hook up.

In Charleston for the holidays and not sure what to do? Look no further!

Shep Rose takes a look into what he believes is the demise of naturalism.

Are you a flake? Shep Rose examines the epidemic of flakiness in the 21st century.

"2 Girls and a Guy" returns to Mix 96 and the Holy City this September. Andrew C. Petersen sat down with cast members Mike and Brooke to get the scoop on their homecoming this fall.

Try out some of our pickup lines that will only (maybe) work in Charleston.

When a group of local musicians decided to pay tribute to that greatest of all white-boy soul groups, Hall & Oates, at the Pour House, the results were sublime.

Love softball? Or local celebs like Bill Murray? Or Louie's Kids? Or helping others? Or smiling? Then get yourself to Saturday's Slim Down the South Celebrity Softball Game. Get the deets here!

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

Kanye in a skirt, fist-pumping Rolexes, and 6 hours of prime-time TV—so went Sandy's relief concert. Comparing that to Katrina's has me wondering: what if a storm hit Chas? What would ours look like?