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Reviews.org says Poogan's Porch is the number one restaurant in South Carolina.

Largest turnout ever for beer festival at Riverfront Park.

Beginning on October 19, The Halsey Institute will display beautiful photographs at The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art and The City Gallery at Waterfront Park.

Yumix is a ready-to-go cocktail perfect for anyone, anywhere. Founder Alex Garner revolutionizing how millennials drink cocktails.

Brother's Osborne headlined a country music show to kick off memorial day weekend.

NEEDTOBREATHE began their partnership with the golf tournament in 2013, and the rest is history. Pulling in athletes, actors, musicians and people across the globe wanting to contribute to a good cause, the event has continued to grow, and gain national attention.

A simple yet elegant alternative to partying until dawn.

Country music legend Dolly Parton brought her Pure & Simple Tour to the North Charleston Coliseum and proved why, even at 70, she's a force to be reckoned with.

Parker Millsap is sure to make some new fans when he plays the Southern Living Biscuits & Jam Outdoor Concert this Saturday, June 8, at Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park.

Despite the large amount of pain I'm in, the fact that I have to meet with my vascular doc again in Charleston, I have to say, this was the greatest Christmas I've ever had. I hope you, good reader, had a really nice one as well. I'll see you in 2016.

Palmetto Brewing Company launches its Food & Friends Pop-Up Dinner Series with guest chef John Lewis—the pit-master pro behind Austin’s La Barbecue + Franklin Barbecue. This will be Lewis’ only public event in Charleston during the month of October.

Defunding Planned Parenthood Misses the Point

Quick, easy and healthy breakfast.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 3/13–3/15. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Sometimes, the ones who make the greatest impact are the ones who say nothing at all.

Jack's Cafe: From Georgetown to George Street

Kickstart your Monday on a positive note with Charleston Grit's newest blogger, whole-health coach Katie Ashley.

Religious or not, anyone can appreciate the rare chance to grab some brews and chat with Father Bill—priest, bar-owner, and author of a book that depicts a quest for holiness through unlikely means.

Careful! When the clock strikes 12 midnight, and you're in downtown Charleston, you might be turned.... away from all bars. Because they're closed. Weigh in on this topic, and speak your piece.