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From The Editor

Spend summer's last weekend at Folly Beach.

Savannah Stopover—A Hidden Gem of a Music Festival in the South

The new happy hour menu will be available at The Macintosh every Monday through Friday from 5 pm to 7 pm, and somehow manages to keep every item offered priced at $6 or below.

The Greater Charleston Restaurant Association's Lowcountry Oyster Festival was able to handle the crowds for an amazing celebration of the bivalve—and Southern fun.

We joined Butcher & Bee owner Michael Shemtov and the crew led by chef Chelsey Conrad for a culinary voyage to Israel, and learned about how the diverse Mediterranean-centered cuisine aims to be America's next food trend.

The folks at The Alley know how to put on a good party. Their 4th-anniversary shindig was no exception, complete with aerialist dancers and a silent disco dance floor upstairs.

Holy City Hospitality's Taste of Hutson Alley biannual event was a fun evening showcasing the best that the off-King alley has to offer.

In Our First Grit List Submissions, Charleston Grit Readers Waxed Nostalgic About Their Favorite Shuttered and Forgotten Holy City Eateries

Popular jam band and live act Umphrey’s McGee returns to the Lowcountry this September 23rd and 24th for the second round of the Chucktown Ball, at Riverfront Park in North Charleston.

Downtown lunchtime powerhouse Caviar & Bananas keeps it fresh this summer with four new sandwiches for the gourmand on-the-run.

Locals usually think of the area around Market Street as a place for cruise ship tourists and memento seekers, not as a spot where some of the city's most exciting restaurants might be hidden. However, executive chef Adam Hodgson and owner-operator Patrick Whaley of the modern and dynamic eatery 5Church have set out to change all that.

The 7th annual Gibbes on the Street party, this year Forbidden City-themed and stylized as "The Year of The Gibbes," was a party to be remembered. Bites from great local restaurants such as Cypress, Husk, and The Obstinate Daughter were washed down with featured East-themed cocktails as guests wandered a fantastically decorated Meeting Street block hung with lanterns and even giant golden lions.

The Spoleto SCENE's Shakedown, a party for 20- and 30-somethings to kick off the Spoleto Festival season, was a huge success.

Americana singer Will Hoge makes his Holy City appearance at the Pour House this Sunday, April 24.

Your go-to guide for all things Charleston this weekend, April 8-10

CrowdReach is the brainchild of Trey Rust, a Mount Pleasant resident who has worked for several years in the local tech industry. Rust worked with major companies in the tech-security arena, like Blackbaud and Booz Allen Hamilton, before striking out on his own to fill the niche he sees in Charleston and ultimately the nations growing application economy—the ability for small businesses to reach their customers more easily on the web.

The Savannah Stopover festival, a three-day music fest held over multiple venues in historic downtown Savannah, was a blast—and not only because of that infamous open-container law.

Charleston Grit Editor Hooper Schultz and Photographer Anna Ward got the chance to experience an evening of adventurous cuisine from some of the Southeast's most well-known restaurants (and one New York establishment) and beverages from several regional purveyors when we were invited to Charleston Wine + Food's The Roasted Goat event last night.

Your go-to guide for all things Charleston this weekend, February 26-28

Asheville Grit is giving away a pair of tickets that YOU could win.