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The annual High Water music fest was a hit, once again!

....The Addams Family is back...

This doesn’t mean we need to exchange our cowgirl boots for its more contemporary counterpart, but rather it gives us an opportunity to evolve our eardrums to music other than country.

On September 21st, Charleston played host as one of the tour’s stops, to resounding success.

The four-day conference featured a lot of awesome local and regional music. My biggest complaint was that there were not enough hours in the day to see and hear it all.

Cirque Du Soleil's Ovo Show is now on tour!

Inside decor of Ink N Ivy on King Street.

Fashion designers, sewers and creatives alike don't have very many options when it comes to buying fabric in Charleston.

A healthy farm to table style dinner from First Name Basis.

John Stamps has a commanding presence in the Indianapolis music scene. He continuously tours the country to broaden his growing fan base proving he isn't satisfied with being confined to his city limits.

Connecting the Food & Beverage Community with the Best Employers! (Image by Oh The People You Meet)

Be a part of an incredible evening when you choose The Black Fedora! This playhouse has hilarious mysteries where you can be a part of the act!

Charleston breweries are perfect spots for summer! Grab your friends and a cold, frothy one this weekend!

The folks at Chucktown Underground say punk ain't dead with their online art mag, WoodChuck.

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

Pancito & Lefty—Not the Name of My Gang, but With This Kind of Customer Service, I WILL Be a Regular! Struggling NYC Eateries Could Do with a Little Southern Charm and Service Style

Savannah Stopover—A Hidden Gem of a Music Festival in the South

Celebrating life and Jesus Christ outside Sundays