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World's largest oyster festival was a crowded, wet, shucking good time. Take that, rain.

Redux Contemporary Art Center hosts as artists donate work in the fight against HIV/AIDS

Lowcountry history comes alive with endless summer offerings. A Charleston Heritage Passport means access to all.

Largest turnout ever for beer festival at Riverfront Park.

It's here! The Annual HALOS Oyster Roast, fun for a good cause. Admission price includes oyster oysters, chili, hot dogs, beer, wine, and live entertainment. A silent auction and wine-pull add to the fun.

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

Interested in helping out our friends in North Carolina affected by hurricane Florence? We have a growing list of ways you can give back.

Surfers Healing returns to Folly Beach for the 11th year on Thursday, August 23rd from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Catch the action and ride the epic wave of love and acceptance of children living with autism at the Folly Beach Pier. Planning to go? Post about the event using the hashtag #OnePerfectDay.

Looking for something to do this week? Check out Grit's curated list of happenings.

Could your early-stage business use a boost by the city of Charleston? Read on for details on its partnership with Envolve Entrepreneurship.

Celebrate July 4th on the beaches of SC for the unique fly-over celebrating Independence day and our active military.

Charleston is quickly becoming one of the South’s epicenters of technology. It’s even been dubbed the “Silicon Harbor.” I spent my day at the annual DIG SOUTH conference and detailed my experience.

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.

Cooking Thanksgiving dinner around the well-meaning meddler

From our city to yours, Charleston and Charleston Grit hope that those affected by Hurricane Irma will receive the aid that they need to recover from this truly horrible natural disaster.

Marcus Amaker, Derek Berry, and Matthew Foley allow Charleston to take the mic with the high-spirited poetry organization, The Unspoken Word.

Fly fishing enthusiasts gather in Charleston at the Fly Fishing Film Tour with members of Project Healing Waters and Trout Unlimited to celebrate fly fishing cinema.

Life's a party, so come to the celebration—Keep It Gay 2.0: A Fundraising Cabaret!

Taking a slow plunge into filmmaking hip-hop/rap artist Khari Lucas (who performs under the moniker Contour) will artistically challenge your whole idea of what is and what is not—Saturday, February 11th at Redux Contemporary Art Center.

The Greater Charleston Restaurant Association's Lowcountry Oyster Festival was able to handle the crowds for an amazing celebration of the bivalve—and Southern fun.