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We interviewed the choreographer and music director for the latest show by the Footlight Players!

A 3-day celebration of dance, theater, and comedy, Fuse Festival opens in Charleston this week with an array of classes and performances.

Charleston Christmas, fables & traditions. How do "bin yah's" answer those ridiculous questions from "come yah's" Do you ever get snow in Charleston? Duh yeah, when we shake the grits tree! What do you do to get yourself in the spirit of Christmas? Oh, we spend a day at the coast gathering plough mud for making our Christmas ornaments and getting buckets of salt water to make taffy.

Sunday night filmmakers, screenwriters, and directors from all over the country gathered at the Charleston Music Hall to celebrate the winners of this year’s film festival. From the moment I walked in the door it was apparent that I was among a group of talented and intelligent artists.

Regan opens up about comedy, politics, passion, and the world changing around him.

Because every song has a story

"We are a team and that's what makes this work. Building a brand and company is really about learning to share."

When I saw the musical Johnny Cash, Red White & Cash was playing at Woolfe Street Playhouse, I thought I would take one for the team and surprise Don with the event. About an hour in, I wished I'd had on cowboy boots.

PURE Theatre's production of "Outside Mullingar" is charmingly Irish and a perfect way to bid adieu to the gloom of winter.

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

You many know Patti, but do you know Pat? In a town where his drag persona takes center stage, Pat Patterson talks about life growing up in a small, conservative enclave and the path paved by politicians that bred in him a desire to serve. In a unique and sometimes unconventional manner, using his stage name as well as his given moniker by birth, he goes above and beyond to give back to and enrich the communities that embrace them both. The resident drag queen of Dudley's on Ann steps aside for this one-on-one interview with the man behind by the makeup.

You could call this a Valentine, but it's March now. This is about the time I've spent working for 34 West Theater Company. They are very good friends of mine and have taken me on wonderful adventures, so I decided to write them a love letter.

What If? Productions presents "Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story," opening February 19 at Threshold Rep on Society Street downtown.

I watched "Fifty Shades of Grey" so you don't have to.

After betting that the inappropriate humor in The Book of Mormon would cause massive walkouts, Devin Grant was proved pleasantly wrong as the PAC stayed packed for the award-winning musical.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 2/6–2/8. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

"King Cocktail" Dale DeGroff imparts his knowledge on the history and use of bitters in an educational tasting seminar.

Grit-worthy events for 11/14–11/16

A recap of the first Carolina Surf Film Festival, which brought together local charities and artists for a weekend of fun on James Island.

Recently, many people have developed an opinion on the purpose of the Second Amendment. Shep Rose is surely one of them in his take on gun control and thoughts on the purpose of the legislation.