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Fans of Prince, The Eagles, Elton John and Zac Brown Band are in luck this summer.

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

We interviewed the choreographer and music director for the latest show by the Footlight Players!

Art looks at how we see ourselves

After finding mega-success in the 80s with Men At Work, singer-songwriter Colin Hay found further success as a solo artist. Devin Grant caught up with the artist to tap about life as an 80s rock star, his new album, and his upcoming show at the Charleston Music Hall.

The 33rd annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival is happening on January 31, 2016 at Boone Hall Plantation. Tickets are on sale now! Shuck, yeah.

For its third anniversary, The Alley did what it does best: invite the town out to a big, sexy party dressed out in the finest fashions history and budgets could afford. All we had to do in return was allow a portion of our ticket to be donated to the Be a Mentor Program, and enjoy the show.

Because every song has a story

A self-reflection on why I am sometimes my worst enemy

And other questions I have to field regarding my dance partner

And I don’t really want one either

Charleston Latin Dance Celebrates Three Years

Summer makeup trends to try this season

Dip into the diversity of salsa, a "sauce" combining cultures

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

You many know Patti, but do you know Pat? In a town where his drag persona takes center stage, Pat Patterson talks about life growing up in a small, conservative enclave and the path paved by politicians that bred in him a desire to serve. In a unique and sometimes unconventional manner, using his stage name as well as his given moniker by birth, he goes above and beyond to give back to and enrich the communities that embrace them both. The resident drag queen of Dudley's on Ann steps aside for this one-on-one interview with the man behind by the makeup.

Southern Charm this week led Hunter Gardner and friend Sam Hendry to a few conclusions. Dead baby jokes are never funny, narwals, are in fact real, and we all need to be more like Shep.

When it rains, it pours, but no amount of inclement weather was going to stop Kinsey Gidick as she made her rounds and took her notes on this year's Charleston Wine and Food Festival.

For all of you gathering over the holidays in the absence of loved ones afar and passed on, but in the presence of new family—chosen family—here's a heartfelt reminder of why that matters plenty...

There is nothing like a good street dancing group, is there? Action photos from the show I caught last Saturday...