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

After two tours in Iraq as a Marine, and suffering from debilitating PTSD due to the horrors of war, Sgt. Andy Manzi found healing through surfing. The story of his healing is now influencing the way the VA deals with veterans suffering from PTSD.

We're coming to the end of this "charming" road with last night's episode seven. Hunter Gardner and Jeremy McLellan tell us what they learned, and what you should already know.

"If you're not enjoying the show so far, you're wrong..." So quipped Martin as he deftly mixed comedy and music at a superb concert with Edie Brickell and the Steep Canyon Rangers

This poem by the late Rose Mitchell of Sullivan's Island was unearthed by her son over the weekend... here's to all the salty, seaside souls out there

If you've got a thing for words, if you're hot for font and a fool for the mesmerizing voluptuousness of phrases writ large and draped about, get thee to the Halsey for Leslie Dill's Poetic Visions

Barbara Hagerty's new book of poetry "Motherfish," and other lessons on casting the creative net and reelin it in, as learned in the class I'm currently taking: Life

Amidst the driving rain, this one got right to the heart of our creative spirits. Add in the brilliant poem by local 8th grader Nina Howard, and receiving this post was simply an honor...

I long for school to be more hurricane-like, for the atmospheric conditions of public education to be ripe for downpours of creativity (like this swirling poem from an 8th grader at Moultrie Middle)

Dear Nikki Haley, your proposal to cut all SC arts funding is f@#$ing brilliant. Might as well drain the Charleston harbor while you're at it

A look at how a new governmental system defines us, colors us, and helps us choose a new paradigm of inter-relatedness

Finally the sun is out, and last night—as it slipped behind the Dock Street Theatre—we celebrated the golden hour with the Lowcountry’s best poetry reader, reading her own work

Craving stillness and focus in the artsy chaos of Spoleto? Take cover under this inspired artist's tent

This scores our favorite and least favorite of the week, all for the same reason. Here's why...

I promised—and I mean PROMISED—myself I wasn’t going to get sucked into the swirling public toilet that is “The Bachelorette” this season....

Dish with author Katie Crouch on Friday at Blue Bicycle Books. Bonus? A short and sweet poem for your Tuesday....

Grab a poem, or a dozen, go ahead~crack it open. Scramble it up. Read the words over and over again, over easy. Hatch something poetic in National Poetry Month and National Library Week.