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In the fourth issue of "Meta Mag," local artists and poets explore the theme of money.

In the third issue of "Meta Mag," local artists and poets explore the theme of spirituality.

A deep delving into diversity

In the first issue of "Meta Mag," local artists and poets explore the theme of mental illness.

I recently discovered an incredible new line of jewelry that's locally made and inspired by nature. If you haven't already heard of Twine and Twig, read on—it's totally amazeballs...

I've got 10 great ideas for the green thumbs on your list—we're talking garden totes made from up-cycled sails to South Carolina-made garden sculptures, plus details on a wreath market THIS Saturday

Grit blogger Hunter Boone sent this press release over—a good heads-up for anyone looking for a solid small-screen cameo or two

Lead singer Keon Masters wolfs down a sandwich at Kudu, talks public nipple piercings and tap-dancing vans, and gives a quick Danish lesson. Plus, the upcoming block party they're playing

How do you start a grilled cheese stand? How do you do it in THIS foodie city? Cory Schwartz knows the secret is tender love and care...and probably bacon. He even gave us a few tips to take home.

According to their Facebook page, the producers are in need of some very specific locals (and their dumpy old cars?). Here's a peek at where they'll be and who they want to hire...

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)

Whatcha cooking tomorrow? Not sure? We've got Firefly sweet tea bourbon-flavored ribs, an over-the-top patriotic dessert, and fish tacos here. PLUS! A Grit giveaway you'll want to see (and drink...)

When it comes to getting your OM on, how does the Holy City stack up?

Is happy hour is THE time to shine around here? Here are your top excuses for not circulating, and why each is a load of crap—and killing your chances of landing a job

I talked to Greg Tavares, cofounder of Theatre 99 and now author, about his book "Improv For Everyone"—perfect, he says, for "the improviser who loves improv and wants improv to love you back"

Nora Zelevansky dispells myths about writing, publishing, and first-timer's luck. Come meet the charming author of Semi-Charmed Life... TONIGHT!

Trying to work some culture into your little ones' weekend routines? Head to the Charleston Library Society this Saturday for an artistic adventure with local author Celia Cerasoli