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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.

Natural funny man Owen Compher spilled the beans last year on what it was like to drive for Uber as "Anonymous." Now, he's shedding the cloak of anonymity and revealing his own identity, as well as that of his alter-ego. Born out of equal parts shock, frustration, and disbelief behind the wheel, Owen created the personality Holy City Traffic Spinner as a comedic response to the roadways in Charleston. Buckle up, readers. He has a lot to say.

White Haute Nights at Tabbuli hosts a "Mad Women" fashion show

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.

Activists Andrea Boyd, Alison Sher, and Sarah Swingle weigh in on what it means to be a compassionate activist, how to make an impact, and how to get started.

Just in time for Halloween, AND the frightening onslaught of holiday shopping, Grady Hendrix serves up a cleverly terrifying tale.

While it may not the best example of a movie musical, the 1974 Brian DePalma film Phantom of the Paradise is great campy fun. A newly released Blu-Ray/DVD version brings the cult film to the masses.

Is the sting on Charleston's rickshaw drivers right or just plain ridiculous? We leave it to YOU to decide.

Was there anything more horrific & inane than the Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Answer: Yes. Me, in high school... What would you find if you took a peek at your 18-year-old self? Good? Bad? Or way ugly?

Did you hit the celebrity spelling bee last night at the Alley? We did, and we've got all the hilariously inappropriate highlights, a zillion photos, plus the curiously large trophy

Having negative people in your life can weigh heavier on you than you think. Here's how I—a gal who abhors confrontation—said goodbye to some of mine... (kitchen photo by Helene Dujardin)

Blogger E. Louise asks: Are you confident enough to cover up, to know your aesthetic strengths and play to those? Or do we need to keep letting it all hang out, like a bouncing, bodacious buffet?

With the temps set to heat up soon, let's talk about what's apropos for spring and summer. Molly of Radcliffeborough gives one look she loves and one she'd rather not see on Sullivan's

Evans gives us one word for great style, and you won't find it in your closet. Plus, leftover make-up anyone? She's got words for that hideosity, too.

According to Rory, there's a right way to do nails and a wrong one. And by wrong we mean they may or may not be considered weapons. Here's her take on the trend (plus a hideous outfit from The Biebs!)

Are blazers just for boys? Wagener Terrace writer/editor Kinsey thinks not. Plus—see which fashion flop has officially made the Loathe List twice! (Hint: think Aladdin...)

Tights... leggings... they're pretty much interchangeable, no? NO. CofC student Kate sets the record straight with regards to this fashion fine line. Gals, take a listen

Tell us how you really feel! Marketing and events gal Misty says absolutely NOT to this low-crotched look. But there is a style of pants she prefers... See her sassy picks here

Despite it's popularity, does a big-time beauty faux pas count as a crime against fashion? Piper thinks so. She also shows some love here for The Palmetto State's People of WalMart and Joan Rivers...

The difference here may be subtle, but according to Chas writer Frances—boy is it a biggie. Fellas: read on to see which of these looks is hot, and which is just a hot mess (plus a bonus fashion fail)