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The Halsey Institute is housing Southbound, a photography exhibit about the New South. This article takes a deep dive into some of the artists featured.

Your weekly breakdown of the most dramatic season ever.

The NRA wants gun purchases to be as easy as getting a cheeseburger—it’s more money for them and their buddies. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not anti-gun. I just want it to be harder for citizens to obtain one.

If Ginny Deerin is successful in her upcoming bid to be Charleston, South Carolina’s next mayor, she will make history, becoming Charleston’s first female mayor and South Carolina’s first LGBT mayor.

As an African Studies enthusiast, I learned a long time ago that the overwhelming majority of enslaved people brought from Africa during the Trans Atlantic Slave trade ended up in Hispanic colonies throughout the Caribbean and South America. So for me, Hispanic Heritage Month represents another opportunity to celebrate and uplift black history on a national scale, similarly to how it’s done in February for African American History.

Father's Day was a fairly somber day this year, but sometimes the best days, the days where you feel like you and your community have moved forward, are

As the community continues to advocate on behalf of the future of Burke High School, it's important to draw on the lessons of past educational movements and their failings.

Examining the legacy of the civil rights movement and what work still needs to be done

If you think that the shooting death of Walter Scott is an isolated incident, then it's time to take a look at the history of black Charleston.

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

When Ansley Pope transitioned, there were things he never realized. "Shit, I'm not going to be a man, I'm going to be a black man."

The different races and the different faces of comedy come under one roof this Saturday at the Charleston Music Hall. Get your tickets quick, because they'll go quick at this one of a kind event.

IT'S OVER, or so we thought. After eight episodes, we've come to the end of this charming journey. What final twists and turns did our reality TV heroes give us on the last episode?

When three comedians sit down and watch Southern Charm together, this is what happens. Hunter Gardner, Jeremy McLellan, and Lauren Krass have a round-table discussion about Charleston's finest.

Kevin Johnson, Charlotte Jenkins, Nathalie Dupree, and a round-up of tweets. Plus, does it matter whether her Southern cooking passes muster or not?

This one was unanimous... give Grit editors a hot topic and a well-communicated opinion on it, and we're in. Read on to hear more opinions and weigh in with what you think of this new release

Brad Paisley's new song, "Accidental Racist," has a lot of people talking. Is all the hype warranted? Is it even good music? Here's my take (and a peek at the lyrics)

We loved Jane's anecdote—where she went from former Fortune 500 telecommunications exec to '60s-era secretary in a hot minute—because she forced us to decide: What would WE do in her shoes?

Recently, an older man in a business club I belong to downtown, beckoned me—a stranger—to come take notes for him on a call, then dismissed me. Decision time: SEETHE, or SEIZE the moment?