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“We have a state that’s changing demographically and culturally” Noble explained, “and we need a leader who is able to work with both sides of government to achieve new results”.

On June 12, too few Charlestonians will make it out to the polls to vote in the primary elections. But, if you're planning on making it to the polls, here's everything you need to know.

On Tuesday, the College of Charleston hosted the South Carolina Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Debate. The three candidates vying for the Democratic nomination are Phil Noble, Marguerite Willis, and James Smith.

On Tuesday, June 14th, the citizens of Charleston will take to the polls to decide who will win in several key primaries. Here Mr. Steven Smith, Republican candidate for SC State House 15, speaks to Grit Contributor Lorena Jordan on his life and issues.

On Tuesday, June 14th, the citizens of Charleston will take to the polls to decide who will win in several key primaries. Here Mr. Russell Guerard, Republican candidate for SC State House 110, speaks to Grit contributor Lorena Jordan on his life and issues.

HOGS at Crabpot Players is a dark and unexpected mind-bender that will make you think twice about what you thought you knew. In other words, the customer might not always be right.

You many know Patti, but do you know Pat? In a town where his drag persona takes center stage, Pat Patterson talks about life growing up in a small, conservative enclave and the path paved by politicians that bred in him a desire to serve. In a unique and sometimes unconventional manner, using his stage name as well as his given moniker by birth, he goes above and beyond to give back to and enrich the communities that embrace them both. The resident drag queen of Dudley's on Ann steps aside for this one-on-one interview with the man behind by the makeup.

Snubbing a poet and beautiful verse is one thing. Snubbing leadership, history, and the way forward is another.

If you’re a Republican, you didn’t vote for Nikki Haley to be your governor. You voted for her to be the governor of everyone else.

Lunch with local historian and writer Suzannah Smith Miles ends up in a graveyard, accompanied by an eye-opening history lesson of some of Charleston' first residents.

"Forgive him his trespasses?" Or was he kickin' it like Dr. Dre? Here's how the Twitter world is responding to the latest episode of Places Sanford Was Never Supposed To Be....

Kanye in a skirt, fist-pumping Rolexes, and 6 hours of prime-time TV—so went Sandy's relief concert. Comparing that to Katrina's has me wondering: what if a storm hit Chas? What would ours look like?

What are good bloggers made of? With Jane adding another BOTW honor to her stack, Grit editors dish on what makes blogs like hers hit (aspiring bloggers, you want to read this...)

How to get out of your comfy, workaday routine and into one that's better for the WHOLE you—you know, the one that has hobbies, enjoys people, and is generally more productive

In my theory, President Obama is to the Miami Heat as Governor Romney is to the LA Lakers. Here's a breakdown of my logic, as well as an early prediction for the outcomes of both

Think politics are a pain in the ass now? This post was proof positive it's a volatile issue no matter the candidates OR supporters, just as it was for these 70s-era six-year-olds

Years after a heated schoolyard Ford/Carter debate, and days after swearing off political bickering on Facebook, I'm free to focus on what really matters—like the new A Fragile Tomorrow CD

Grit bloggers Rebekah Jacob and Stephanie Hunt schooled us in just what it means to support something worthwhile, like Charleston's arts community

Haley's veto was stomped. Guess we showed her....or will we? Let’s not let our local arts community die by our neglect