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Kathleen Madigan heads to Charleston on Oct. 18 for a stand-up show at the Charleston Music Hall.

Private social clubs are booming in popularity, and it's about time Charleston finally got one.

While there are many things to do in Charleston, they can be quite expensive. This is where you consider having a membership for your family. However, is it worth it?

Lake Street Dive exploded into the public eye in 2012 with a cover of Michael Jackson’s “I Want You Back.” The YouTube video shows off lead singer Rachel Price’s powerhouse vocals and put the band’s fun-loving vibe on full display; it went viral immediately and now boasts over three million views. Since then, they’ve released two full length albums—Bad Self Portraits and this year’s Side Pony—and they have established themselves as a perennial force in the music world. Recently Charleston Grit had the pleasure of chatting with Lake Street Dive guitarist Mike “McDuck” Olson about their latest album, their upcoming show at the Music Farm June 8th, and Hometeam BBQ—naturally.

The heat sucks, but bad attitudes suck more.

Gullah chef talks race in Holy City

Lorena Jordan gives us an irreverant, stream-of-consciousness recap of Southern Charm's third Season Premier.

Ahh, the Super Bowl. America’s favorite buffalo-wing-related-holiday. A chance to officially break those resolutions you’ve been desperately trying to cling to for the past few weeks. Well, let me tell ya: it ain’t no thang but a chicken wang.

A couple years ago one of my closest friends died over the Martin Luther King Day weekend.

Your go-to guide for all things Charleston this weekend, January 22-24

Hunter Park of She Returns From War played a pre-album release show for her upcoming album, Oh What a Love, at The Rarebit. Park’s songs come from a deep place of emotion that of course feels personal, but like any great song, also universal.

A review of 6 of the new rolls on the newly revamped sushi menu at Caviar & Bananas

When is it time to strike "alleged" from the accusations?

Review of "Breathe: A True Story," a one man show written and performed by Brennan Reeves, telling of his life with cystic fibrosis, as well as his experience of undergoing double-lung transplant surgery.

Just when you thought it was safe to get in the water

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

Activists Andrea Boyd, Alison Sher, and Sarah Swingle weigh in on what it means to be a compassionate activist, how to make an impact, and how to get started.

Grit blogger Dr. John Abess goes 50 days without Facebook and lives to tell the tale.

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.

Here's why the Miley Cyrus episode clogging the Internet this week bugs me, but it's not what you think... (hint: it's kind of worse)