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Dominating Instagram and the red carpet, Balayage is the hottest hair trend of the season. But is it right for you?

What If? Productions presents "Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story," opening February 19 at Threshold Rep on Society Street downtown.

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.

Fiasco. Debacle. Travesty. Clusterf*&^k. You name it. But yesterday's firing certainly was no "trick or treat."

Insider Scoop: How to Get Your Perfect Haircut

Don't miss the House of Sage pop-up boutique next week at North Charleston's up-and-coming community apartments.

If you're a musician or attend shows on a regular basis, you might've come across these types. They're at every show, in every crowd, and they're experts at pissing people off.

After a decade as one half of the Charleston electronic-rock band Slow Runner, Michael Flynn sets out on his own with a solo offering.

Meet a candidate for Secretary of State, a mover, a shaker, and a woman with a plan. This lady may not be your typical choice on the ballot, but don't count her out, she's ready to make major changes.

Eating at all the amazing places in Charleston is a privilege locals have, but it can take a toll on the wallet. Stay tuned this coming week as we take a dining tour designed for the spending savvy.

If you're looking for words of wisdom, Glass Menagerie references, and magic spells, look no further. Here's the latest, and funniest review of last night's episode you'll find online.

...Not that it would be half bad, but here's why the whole "the goal is to work" bit (even before it was made famous by Kutcher) resonates with struggling writers like me, and a dozen others I know

Is there such a thing as giving right? Or do good intentions run amok? I talked with 2 local philanthropists for the plain truth on how we give, why we do it, & what we may be doing kind of... wrong

Plus! With the shutdown behind us, we've got a delightfully endless supply of jokes about it for your Friday, courtesy of the late-night comics. Trust us—you need to read these today...

Chris Oplinger of local Clash tribute band Sandinistas! breaks down the new box set release by the legendary punk band—plus! When to catch the next Clash tribute show at Art's Bar & Grill...

It's not QUITE time yet here in Charleston for an ultra-glam overcoat, but when the temps turn downward and it's time to hit King Street in warm winter style... which will you choose?

What's the difference between a blush and a bronzer brush? How about the eyeliner, eyeshadow, and brow varieties? Last time we talked about why they're all important—now let's decode that brush kit

The sport of kings returns to Charleston this weekend. If you're heading out to the Hyde Park polo grounds in Ravenel—and I think you should—here's a quick what-to-wear guide, plus event info

A few weeks ago, we published a letter from Grit blogger John Abess to our senators requesting clarification on DHS expenditures. We've got their responses here... (well, one and a half responses)

In Charleston, beach season means business... hit the sand with a solid look like Sean Connery in lieu of that unflattering parachute/back-fat look (not good). Plus, the one mistake that trumps all