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The Charleston Museum's Annual Family Picnic invites families to the Dill Sanctuary for an afternoon of festivities. A Sunday well spent, even when kids sort of freak me out.

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.

Searching The Halsey Institute's Bizarre Bazaar, the gallery's yard sale of thirty years of exhibition materials, for the perfectly odd find.

An emotionally heated look at police oppression and race from a formerly unassuming suburbanite.

First-time shucker Mac Kilduff unfurls the mystery of Charleston's love for oyster roasts.

One dog's tragic story is told in the hopes of helping others in the Charleston area.

A short photographic look at the run-down and abandoned houses around the Charleston area with little notes of fondness from a Philadelphia native.

"King Cocktail" Dale DeGroff imparts his knowledge on the history and use of bitters in an educational tasting seminar.

5th Annual Charleston Mac Off is the ultimate battle of the comfort food.

A recap of the first Carolina Surf Film Festival, which brought together local charities and artists for a weekend of fun on James Island.

Cocktail Club's September cocktail class was all about making fresh tailgating cocktails to turn some heads during the game.

Charleston photographer Patrick Hall photographed and took video of subjects at the moment they were shocked by a 300,000-volt stun gun. The photos turned out to be hilarious and artistically awesome.

Louie's Kids hosted their annual event and invited chefs Mike Lata, Craig Diehl, Marc Collins, and Michelle Weaver to be joined by "Little Chefs" for a night of gourmet cooking and some fun.