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Jam on the Water to feature English rockers tribute Saturday, May 25th.

Valerie Pearson's advice to the young people at Charleston Place? Shine, baby, shine! She shines for Hidden F&B.

Local restaurants will do all of the meal prep and cooking this holiday season and all you have to do is relax and enjoy.

It's the most wonderful time of the year, and there's no better place to celebrate the holidays than Charleston!

The Halsey's Southbound exhibit includes beautiful photography, but also a slew of engaging events throughout the run of the exhibit.

The Clash's lyrics say it best: "Should I stay or should I go now?/ If I go, there will be trouble/ And if I stay it will be double"

Looking for the best place to celebrate Oktoberfest? Here's our round-up of suggestions.

Looking for something to do this week? Check out Grit's curated list of happenings.

Interested in helping out our friends in North Carolina affected by hurricane Florence? We have a growing list of ways you can give back.

Looking for something to do this week? Check out Grit's curated list of happenings.

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.     

Travis Meadows is a singer-songwriter with a hunger to keep going through all adversity. He's performing at the Pour House on June 26.

Take me to Church....5Church that is..

Savannah Stopover—A Hidden Gem of a Music Festival in the South

Celebrating life and Jesus Christ outside Sundays

Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine prom heads to the Lowcountry

with The Barefoot Movement & Finnegan Bell. There's a first time for everything. Barefooting in a church, drinking wine in my pew, can I get a hallelujah?? I even spotted a nun with a glass. But, before you get any ideas of a rowdy affair, it was a controlled pour. Think Baptist and not Catholic.

A man claiming to be The Purple One reincarnate steps into Lorena's Uber. Things got crazy.

Locals usually think of the area around Market Street as a place for cruise ship tourists and memento seekers, not as a spot where some of the city's most exciting restaurants might be hidden. However, executive chef Adam Hodgson and owner-operator Patrick Whaley of the modern and dynamic eatery 5Church have set out to change all that.