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Don't miss out on these last few weeks of the Charleston Arts Festival.

If you're in the mood for a classic rock-and-roll show, check out Lucero at the Charleston Pour House on Tuesday.

The Charleston Arts Festival is underway. Here's everything you need to know.

It's not often we meet royalty. But Queen Quet of the Gullah-Geechee Nation is the Lowcountry's resident monarch.

This year's 10th Annual Wine + Food Festival was a celebration of Charleston's rich culinary history, its international notoriety, and its progressive future. Saltwater Chef was there to get a finger on the pulse of the festivities.

A Creative Obituary for Zachary James Breitengross

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.

Here's your chance to win your very own high quality, handmade handbag from local designer and style expert Ayoka Lucas. Get your phones out and your selfie poses ready, the race is on!

The Charleston Music Hall hosted last night's Winter Film Showcase and gave us just a taste of the amazing upcoming music videos, shorts and documentaries Charleston has to look forward to.

Actually, don’t call it lying. It’s fiction. Entertainment. Reality. Ethical? Who cares? Lately, rewards from lying are getting greater—just ask Elan Gale or the waitress who faked a bit of bigotry...

Sunday night, the local power folk singer debuted a home-brewed music video for "Lost," a track off her latest album. Check out the video—plus more on Rachel Kate—here

So it's Nat'l Self Improvement month. Cool. But think about it—what does "self improvement" really mean? Here, 5 everyday (not ordinary) 20-somethings weigh in on how they're trying to do just that

Meet the director behind the short film "If You Return," featured at this year's Chas International Film Festival, and his artistic style of choice—glitch art. Plus, see the film's trailer here

Heard about this? The 2011 American documentary, Forks Over Knives, is coming to Charleston, by way of three free screenings on Monday, April 16 at the Terrace Theater