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Marcus McDonald reflects on success from the perspective of rapper Travis Scott.

Don't miss out on these last few weeks of the Charleston Arts Festival.

The Charleston Arts Festival is underway. Here's everything you need to know.

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)?

The folks at The Alley know how to put on a good party. Their 4th-anniversary shindig was no exception, complete with aerialist dancers and a silent disco dance floor upstairs.

“I don’t believe in an interventionist God / But I know, darling, that you do / But if I did I would kneel down and ask him / Not to intervene when it came to you.”

Eddie Hogan, one of Lowcountry music's biggest supporters, passed away late last year. This Saturday at The Windjammer friends, family and musicians will gather for a day that celebrates Hogan's life.

Derek Ahonen's new play, commissioned by The Village Repertory Company premiers at Woolfe Street Playhouse July 31, 2015.

Charleston City Paper reported that protesters described as "an offshoot" of Black Lives Matter Charleston would be shutting down the Ravenel Bridge at 4pm. However, for unknown reasons, the protest has been called off.

Saturday night at the Pour house was local award-winning band Sol Driven Train’s album release party, with opener BIG Something.

Dead 27s, one of my favorite local bands, prove that not only can they mesmerize onstage, but that they're also awesome dudes to talk to.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 2/20–2/22. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

A Creative Obituary for Zachary James Breitengross

Let Spencer Barnhart show you how to make 'em green with envy with this easy smoky-eye tutorial.

Accompanied by tour mate Matt Woods, Muscle Shoals's Red Mouth, and Charleston's She Returns From War, Rachel Kate wowed the packed house at Royal American last Friday.

Halloween's tomorrow, and you have $10 and no costume. Don't worry—procrastination is my specialty.

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

It's never too early to secure your spot at the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, the best concert the Lowcountry puts on every year, and if you're ready to jump the gun, here's your chance.

Need some new tunes on your playlist? In the first of our three part recap, Tim and Devin give us their top picks of the best local and national albums released in 2013.

As Tyler Mechem prepares to move to Indiana, he'll be playing one last show this Friday. Get the scoop on where and when, plus the reason for the move and his take on the future of Chas' music scene