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SEWE 2018 is back with a splash (and those adorable dogs!)

South Carolina raises another incredible musical ensemble, this one in the form of brothers Bear and Bo Rinehart the founders of rock band NEEDTOBREATHE.

Anjali Naik's music reflects her own self-care.

Last weekend The Royal American played host to The Third Annual Summer Shindig with a premium lineup from the Holy City’s sweetheart record label, Hearts & Plugs. Charleston Grit caught up with founder Dan McCurry and label-mate Grace Joyner to talk highlights of the label’s history and of the past year.

Just last week we officially welcomed Gorgeous Glo to town at their grand opening party! They are the second blow dry bar to open in the Charleston area but they do offer quite a few other exciting services.

Natural funny man Owen Compher spilled the beans last year on what it was like to drive for Uber as "Anonymous." Now, he's shedding the cloak of anonymity and revealing his own identity, as well as that of his alter-ego. Born out of equal parts shock, frustration, and disbelief behind the wheel, Owen created the personality Holy City Traffic Spinner as a comedic response to the roadways in Charleston. Buckle up, readers. He has a lot to say.

Our fearless author got that surgery—To recap it was to fix the varicose veins in his right leg. The timing was both good, and bad.

How, in a city that is heavily stratified by race, income, and history, can one man remain in power so long and remain so beloved? We say thank you to Mayor Joe Riley for forty years of service.

Alan Bennett's "The History Boys," the inaugural production in Woolfe Street Playhouse's new SideStage black box, is a rockin' 80s play about the nature of knowledge and its acquisition and use.

Strong performances and excellent production fail to save this half-baked, disappointing end to the Hunger Games trilogy.

While it may not the best example of a movie musical, the 1974 Brian DePalma film Phantom of the Paradise is great campy fun. A newly released Blu-Ray/DVD version brings the cult film to the masses.

What's not to love about Charleston's favorite reality show stars? Hunter Gardner gets the inside scoop on behind-the-scenes antics, Shep's dream girl, Craig's hair products, and more.

Can you remember your reaction to some of Southern Charm's most outrageous moments? Watch The People's Couch brought to us by Bravo TV and see how others reacted to these unforgettable clips.

In case you missed one of the best shows to come to Charleston in a while, newly reunited Nickel Creek, and eternally youthful Tony Bennett played stellar shows on two consecutive nights at the PAC.

Leggiadro of Kiawah comes to Charleston and sets up shop in celebration of the 67th annual spring Festival of Houses and Gardens with their pop up boutique shop in the historic Wentworth Mansion.

Comedy Central's Drunk History is shooting in town next week. Here's the EXCLUSIVE SCOOP on where, plus how you can get on camera, share your history smarts, and do what Charleston does best—get tipsy

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

Watching A-Rod got me thinking: How does someone—be it a baseball player, a writer, or a band—go from the minors to the majors? Here are my 4 CRITERIA for being a great band (or artist, or employee..)

If you haven't visited the King Street boutique lately—either in-shop or online—you're missing out on some seriously chic spring wear. Here's what's new, including my 12 favorite looks in store NOW

With Charleston Fashion Week only two months away, the semi-finalists for the Emerging Designer Competition are revving up their collections. Check out some photos from the big sneak peek party