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Paranoia, the new privilege.

Was your random roommate ever this terrible?

Charleston Christmas, fables & traditions. How do "bin yah's" answer those ridiculous questions from "come yah's" Do you ever get snow in Charleston? Duh yeah, when we shake the grits tree! What do you do to get yourself in the spirit of Christmas? Oh, we spend a day at the coast gathering plough mud for making our Christmas ornaments and getting buckets of salt water to make taffy.

In the grand scheme of things, the Grand Bohemian was Grand!

When I began driving for Uber this fall, I received advice from numerous sources on how to succeed, make a ton of money, and most importantly remain safe. However, no one informed me of how crazy my passengers can be. The following series chronicles weird, hilarious, and scarily true moments I have experienced as an Uber driver.

And so I approach the one year anniversary of the demise of not the first, but my second marriage. And I'm still pretty pissed off about it. I've sworn I was over it in many Full Moon releases, through prayer and meditation, "let it go," moved beyond it, but it is undeniably grief. And grief never really goes away, it is only assimilated into our daily lives, it's carried. So here's to grief in all its painful, soul-scooping, heart-rendering, mind-trapping beauty.

The Best Dive Since '55

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

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.

I speak for many when I say that the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida, is a home away from home. This time, I got to return to the epic Aura Arts and Music Festival.

You didn't demand it and there was no vote, but here are the most prestigious porcelain awards in the Lowcountry. Behold Charleston's best bathrooms.

Find yourself making the same resolutions each year? This year, instead of focusing on what you'd like to change about yourself, focus on how you want to feel.

Not a makeup master? No worries. Check out our easy step-by-step guide to highlighting and contouring. Now, bring on the bronzer.

Bring back the days when a duck was a duck. And lamb was a sheep and not a sheep in wolves' clothing. Now, as an avid food-label reader, I am learning that less is best!

Art is meditation, and vice versa, for artist John Duckworth. In his riveting show Awake, he implores viewers to do much more than "view." Do yourself a favor: show up.

After jumping ship and playing Daniel Island last year, Widespread Panic makes a triumphant return to the North Charleston Coliseum.

A 21st-Century Headache

Kat Robichaud performed among the glitz and glamour of Hollywood as a top ten finalist on NBC's The Voice, but her August 31 performance at DELUGE promises to be a wet and wild bash more her style.

Have you clicked yourself into an angry, judgmental, digital media monster? It's time we take a step back, and think about how we use our computers, and how we need to look at the bigger picture.

Fashion Week is HERE and if you're wondering if there are any do's and don'ts, let blogger Andrew C. Peterson tell you how to behave at the tents from his years of experience.