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Every wonder how to stay on track with your New Year's Goals and Resolutions? Ever thought about massage therapy as a Solution? You may be surprised how much it can help!

As the community continues to advocate on behalf of the future of Burke High School, it's important to draw on the lessons of past educational movements and their failings.

Vibrant textiles are the perfect way to bring a touch of spring indoors.

Is Charleston, after hitting a zenith, heading downward because it cannot regulate developers or maintain livability for its residents?

After two tours in Iraq as a Marine, and suffering from debilitating PTSD due to the horrors of war, Sgt. Andy Manzi found healing through surfing. The story of his healing is now influencing the way the VA deals with veterans suffering from PTSD.

A Creative Obituary for Zachary James Breitengross

Been on a bit of a sugar bender? We feel you. Here's how to break the addiction cycle.

You don't have to be able to do awe-inspiring yoga tricks to appreciate your strength, resolve, and general awesomeness every time you step on your mat. Here's a sweet little practice that anyone can do. Practice it to boost your spirits and remind yourself that you are perfect exactly as you are!

Spending the holidays alone this year? It's okay—you're not the only one. Here are some suggestions to help get you through.

Kickstart your Monday on a positive note with Charleston Grit's newest blogger, whole-health coach Katie Ashley.

In a brief examination of depression in the wake of Robin William's devastating death, Shep Rose cites parallels in the life of another tragically lost genius, David Foster Wallace.

Spirits were high as two folk legends brought their old-time acoustic sound to the Charleston Music Hall last Sunday night, and this time, no one at the bar had to be told to shut up.

MORE MUSIC! Tim Brennan reviews three new CD's by local artists Band of Horses, Dunder Chiefs and Fowler's Mustache. These new albums are sure to mix up your music no matter what your tastes.

If you're looking for a can't-put-down read (or find erratic sobbing a jolly pastime), consider the Oprah-okay'd "The Light Between Oceans"—M.L. Stedman's debut novel. Here's what to expect...

It's Friday. Have a laugh. You need it. A YouTube hit, with a killer marching band tucked in there, too (P.S. This Sat: Tyler Mechem opening for Michael McDonald; 3 Band CD release at the Music Hall)

Better question: is YOUR bottom line getting any better? Take this fun 10-question quiz and enter to win $50 toward a sweet steak dinner at Burwell's (that'll take the sting out of economic woes)

Starting June 1. Predictions, plus the similarly frightening Cat 5 weather system brewing in my house. Break out the radar maps, chain saws, and plywood, and let the season commence...

Graduates (and parents), tales from a post-grad year in chilly Scandinavia—perhaps reindeer games, dining on Wasa crackers, and breakfast in the buff are as good a prep for the real world as any?

Writers Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain, authors of "Please Kill Me: An Uncensored Oral History Of Punk," come to West Ashley's Tin Roof Monday night. Here's my colorful chat with Legs...

Last week, blogger Tim Brennan got us thinking about artist-types and their predilection to suicide. As a psychiatrist, I had to weigh in (also, college kids? You need to read this)