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Introducing Lexi Gravino and her new children's book, Spread the Love.

It's the most wonderful time of the year, and there's no better place to celebrate the holidays than Charleston!

Stop everything you're doing. The new record shop off of King, RECORD STOP, is here!

Chef Jamie Lynch on Being a Contestant on Bravo’s Top Chef Season 14, Building an Empire and Finding a Balance

Anjali Naik's music reflects her own self-care.

If your Christian or political views point to hate, they are neither Christian or American.

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

Congratulations to Meredith and Ben, the winners of our DIY Wedding Contest!

The results are in! Now's your chance to pick the winner of the Charleston Grit DIY Wedding Contest.

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.

Most band names are stupid. Rolling Stone recently called "The Beatles" the worst name in rock. Dave Grohl called the "Foo Fighters" a stupid name. So, how do you make your band name less stupid?

Stars, beautiful people, and delicious food were in no short supply at Tuesday night's wedding affair, and blogger Renae Brabham spent the evening taking it in with all of her senses.

The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile comes to town, Nate Anderson meets some hot-doggers, writes some emails, and nearly loses his mind as he gets the opportunity to step inside the belly of the beast.

I went into the old downtown theater a little bah humbug, hoping the revelry of it all would turn me back out onto Queen Street buzzing with Christmas spirit. Hmmm... did it work?

Mel Washington enlisted help from Brave Baby's Wolfgang Zimmerman, Death On Two Wheels' Alex Stanley, & others to record a seriously soulful Christmas album. Hear some (& enter to win a copy!) here

Last week brought a deluge of tributes to the late president. Here's one more, courtesy of an old sailor I met right here in Charleston at the Yorktown. But can you trust the yarns of an old sailor?

Food = flavored air. Taking risks = how you learn. Making mistakes = just fine. These and other life lessons from the RiverDogs' F&B director, plus a peek at what's next for The Joe's menu

Heard of this? It's a debate over yogis snapping pics of themselves in various poses, and whether it flies in the face of yoga's emphasis on gazing inward. Does it? Here's what I think...

One night, three venues, four decidedly different music acts. Perhaps my brain wrote a check that my body barely covered... but it was a damn fun night out in Charleston. Read on for reviews

A few weeks ago, we published a letter from Grit blogger John Abess to our senators requesting clarification on DHS expenditures. We've got their responses here... (well, one and a half responses)