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Marcus Amaker, Derek Berry, and Matthew Foley allow Charleston to take the mic with the high-spirited poetry organization, The Unspoken Word.

Places like the Avery Research Center play a key role in preserving the history of individuals like Campbell for future generations.

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.

If your Christian or political views point to hate, they are neither Christian or American.

“When you criminalize the poor, this is class war!” The Peoples Solidarity Society held a protest against the new law banning pan handling in Charleston, SC. The new ordinance prohibits anyone — including panhandlers, people collecting money for charities, handing out religious fliers or selling newspapers — from passing items to or from the occupant of a vehicle on a roadway in a traffic lane.

Examining the legacy of the civil rights movement and what work still needs to be done

Let's not really break the internet, people. Charleston's new Ohm Radio tells us why they support net neutrality. Featured image by Brendan Smialowski AFP/Getty Images.

No, we're not talking about basketball. In a world of radical politicians, Shep Rose wonders when we might come to a center, a mutually beneficial meeting place.

The World Cup is over and we’re looking for another reason to justify some mid-week partying.

The local comedian who was born with 2 assholes: his mom AND his dad. All about his must-see variety show this weekend at Theatre 99, co-written by Vince Fabra and featuring Dusty Slay

I can pray to the gods of the First Day of School, the gods of the quad... but I know where to find our very best lesson plans, and ain't nobody getting a hall pass

The hottest new genre in literature invades Charleston tomorrow. Amp up your adolescence and come check out the stellar line up, including 25 NY Times best-selling authors