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Would you sleep with a male sexbot?

Valerie Pearson's advice to the young people at Charleston Place? Shine, baby, shine! She shines for Hidden F&B.

Do you live in Charleston and like mimosas? Well, you are in luck!

Once Stefan DeArmon starts talking, you just sit back and enjoy.

Walk into Sarah O’Kelley’s domain at Edmund’s Oast Exchange, and you’re in a whole library of wines stacked floor to ceiling.

Danetra Richardson thought she might open a late-night dessert place, hence the name SWANK Desserts, which stands for Sweets With A Nightly Kick.

Stop everything you're doing. The new record shop off of King, RECORD STOP, is here!

On Sunday, October 21st, Nicholas Sparks spoke at The Gaillard to promote his new book, Every Breath.

Kathleen Madigan heads to Charleston on Oct. 18 for a stand-up show at the Charleston Music Hall.

Looking for the best place to celebrate Oktoberfest? Here's our round-up of suggestions.

Are you headed out to restaurant week, but stumped by which great place to try first? Check out our roundup of the best Charleston Restaurant Week restaurants to try.

Meet The Minks frontwoman NIkki Barber before their show at The Royal American on Sept. 1.

Did you miss out on the Bud Light Getaway? No worries. Meggie recapped the whole thing for you.

BJ Barham, frontman for American Aquarium, discusses his latest album, Things Change, with Charleston Grit before their show at the Pour House on June 26.

Travis Meadows is a singer-songwriter with a hunger to keep going through all adversity. He's performing at the Pour House on June 26.

Looking for something to do this weekend or next week? We've selected our favorite Charleston area events just for our Grit readers!

NEEDTOBREATHE began their partnership with the golf tournament in 2013, and the rest is history. Pulling in athletes, actors, musicians and people across the globe wanting to contribute to a good cause, the event has continued to grow, and gain national attention.

“That’s a wonderful representation of who we are,” marketing and communications manager Kara Bale says later. “What you witnessed is that these are not domesticated animals. They retain their wild traits. That bird had to choose to listen to Stephen. It wasn’t forced; we use all positive reinforcement.”

Charleston Arts Festival puts on quite the show!