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As Widespread Panic prepares to wind down it's touring schedule, the band paid another visit to the Lowcountry Friday night.

So far this has been a really exciting year for many reasons. One of them for me is the fact that UNC has been playing basketball at a high rate.

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

Keller Williams, a multi-talented artist from Washington, D.C., played solo sets two nights in a row at the Pour House on Thursday and Friday of last week. I got to make it to Friday nigh,t and I wasn’t expecting to see one of the most interesting shows I’ve been to in a while.

Music veterans Run Dan Run and Infinitikiss played an April Fool's show at the Redux Contemporary Art Center, celebrating the official album release of Mr. Jenkins' "Greatest Hits." This show marks the third in the residency, which showcases local bands each Wednesday for period of five weeks straight. It's no joke that #WednesdayisthenewFriday.

A quick look at one of my musical hero's definition of happiness.

After jumping ship and playing Daniel Island last year, Widespread Panic makes a triumphant return to the North Charleston Coliseum.

...Not that it would be half bad, but here's why the whole "the goal is to work" bit (even before it was made famous by Kutcher) resonates with struggling writers like me, and a dozen others I know

It seems the more popular a sport gets, the more aggressive its fans become. A recent documentary has me musing: Is fan violence an inherent tendency? Or rather one fueled by a person's environ?

With the Last Summer on Earth tour here and as a proud and balding member of Gen X, I've got hard-core nostalgia for genre giants like Drivin N' Cryin, Cracker, BNL, and even the old gang at 96 Wave

Devin's half-year wrap-up of music deaths got us feeling a little nostalgic—for the Beasties, the Bee Gees, and diva Donna Summer (may she finally find a little of that hot, hot pasta...)

Less than halfway through the year we've lost two-dozen musical greats... Rock and roll heaven is filling up fast in 2012