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Local artists Briahna Wenke and Sam Rueter create art by painting live models for their upcoming exhibit "Things They Carry."

Local Charleston artists hosted an open gallery to show the public amazing works of art. Dedicated and talented artists presented original masterpieces, paired with wine, specialty drinks and hors d'oeuvres. Read more about the personality behind the artwork of Meredith Steele. (photo: @meredithsteeleart)

The folks at Chucktown Underground say punk ain't dead with their online art mag, WoodChuck.

This Sunday, tour beautiful coastal homes on Sullivan's Island and take in some local art and food.

Get a true local's weekend recap from Whitney Currin — The Farmers Market Opening and Celadon's first weekly Sunday Flea Market!

Art looks at how we see ourselves

Your go-to guide for all things Charleston this weekend, February 26-28

In the lead up to the debut of Ballet Evolution's newest show, Carnival of the Animals, I sat down with Artistic Director Jonathan Tabbert to discuss his vision, inspiration and unique venture into the collaborative unknown.

Bites, drinks and art

Your go-to guide for all things Charleston this weekend, January 29-31

We've got your Grit Picks—all the best events happening in Charleston this weekend, November 6-8

Wind through the walls of the Old City Jail to discover art installations, local eats, and live musical acts Beach Tiger, ET Anderson, Hermit's Victory, and headliner Brave Baby.

Because every song has a story

Saturday's after-party for the Brave Baby album release show was a celebration of progressive change in Charleston.

Music always takes me to the most magical places. This time, it brought me to a quaint Parisian-influenced boutique on North Market Street.

Vintage fashion reigned supreme at Society 1858's Magical Mystery Tour–themed winter gala! Check out some of the evening's best looks.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 2/27–3/1. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Artist and activist Melinda Mead Scharstein celebrates her first solo exhibit, boiled peanuts, and Trans* Love Fund, whose ladies' arm-wrestling tournament is this Thursday, December 18, at Tin Roof.

Greg Colleton, Redux's director of operations, chats about gallery etiquette, the upcoming Danielle Wyckoff exhibit, and Charleston's favorite pastime—day drinking.

Surf fever takes over the Brick House Party Plantation October 16–18 at the Carolina Surf Film Festival