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I pulled my shoes off and waddled to the shower, my feet were webbed. As I washed the Charleston off of me I thought, Charleston, it's all good, even when it's not.     

Sticking around town for Labor Day weekend? Here are 9 things that you may not have done in a while.

Charleston is known for many things: from history to entertainment, dull is one thing the city is not. Every night, the sun puts on a show over the harbor and lights up the sky for residents to share in awe. Most of us can admit to slyly pulling out our phones to snap the perfect shot. Where is the best place to do that in my opinion (with some help)?

FREE things to always do in Charleston: Charleston has various things to offer whether you are visiting or a local

If your Christian or political views point to hate, they are neither Christian or American.

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.

As part of the Lowcountry Local’s “Eat Local Challenge” I am drinking my way through Charleston’s local inebriating options.

As part of the Lowcountry Local’s “Eat Local Challenge” I am drinking my way through Charleston’s local inebriating options. Here is my report from The Cooper River Bridge Run Weekend.

Adam Gorlitzky, a local paraplegic, talks about his robotic leg system, attempts to raise awareness about the technology and his community, and desire to make history at the 39th Annual Cooper River Bridge Run.

Throughout our lives, we acquire through experiences the understanding that some ideas are universal and key to the continuation of our existence. Love overcomes hate, good wins over evil, and in the case of adult relationships, intimacy is vital to survival.

As Charleston buries its own, its people personify unity, hope and change. (All the pics are mine and can be used)

After two tours in Iraq as a Marine, and suffering from debilitating PTSD due to the horrors of war, Sgt. Andy Manzi found healing through surfing. The story of his healing is now influencing the way the VA deals with veterans suffering from PTSD.

Artist and activist Melinda Mead Scharstein celebrates her first solo exhibit, boiled peanuts, and Trans* Love Fund, whose ladies' arm-wrestling tournament is this Thursday, December 18, at Tin Roof.

Cavortress Fashion Show Fundraiser!

"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.

Get connected and celebrate how the social media revolution has changed almost every aspect of our lives with National Social Media Day at The Alley. Bowling, bowling, Twitter, what more do you want?

We're at it again! Last night, at the beautiful home of Reclaimed Designs, we honored some writers and friends with a soirée filled with food, drinks, music, and most importantly, smiling faces

Mark Bryan of Hootie and the Blowfish, returns with some heavy hitting musical friends for a panel discussion on the challenges bands face as they set out on a tour.

Don't be a dummy. Whether you're a hardened veteran or a greenhorn, these tips for the Cooper River Bridge Run this Saturday will help you have the best time possible. Just don't throw up.

The Ravenel Bridge has seen some trouble the past few weeks. From ice forming to ice falling, we need our trusty bridge to get it together.