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Colin Quinn brings his ONE IN EVERY CROWD show to the Holy City for a one night engagement as part of this year's Charleston Comedy Festival

Kathleen Madigan heads to Charleston on Oct. 18 for a stand-up show at the Charleston Music Hall.

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"My nephew has HDADD, high definition, attention deficit disorder. He can barely pay attention, but when he does, it's unbelievably clear." Steven Wright

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Italian or just love everything Italy, come check out the opening of this WWII Mafia Italian film!

....The Addams Family is back...

From the guy who created Jailbreak brings us Charleston Arts Festival. Full of talented artists, musicians, performers and more.

The NRA wants gun purchases to be as easy as getting a cheeseburger—it’s more money for them and their buddies. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not anti-gun. I just want it to be harder for citizens to obtain one.

The Lonely Island is back, this time in theaters.

The loveable LA comic performs Wednesday, April 13th with Charleston locals

A 3-day celebration of dance, theater, and comedy, Fuse Festival opens in Charleston this week with an array of classes and performances.

Regan opens up about comedy, politics, passion, and the world changing around him.

We've got your Grit Picks—all the best events happening in Charleston this weekend, November 6-8

Wind through the walls of the Old City Jail to discover art installations, local eats, and live musical acts Beach Tiger, ET Anderson, Hermit's Victory, and headliner Brave Baby.

The Wrong People Are Sorry

"Bad Jews" is a comedy currently running at PURE Theatre on King Street. The story follows three cousins as they navigate the ways of family, religion, and love while trying to find out what's worth holding onto, and what gets left behind.

When I saw the musical Johnny Cash, Red White & Cash was playing at Woolfe Street Playhouse, I thought I would take one for the team and surprise Don with the event. About an hour in, I wished I'd had on cowboy boots.

Review of "Breathe: A True Story," a one man show written and performed by Brennan Reeves, telling of his life with cystic fibrosis, as well as his experience of undergoing double-lung transplant surgery.