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I pulled my shoes off and waddled to the shower, my feet were webbed. As I washed the Charleston off of me I thought, Charleston, it's all good, even when it's not.     

Summers in the '60s weren't spent in your room, layed out with a tablet and a smartphone. There's hardly a child my age that doesn't remember the saying "you aint' stayin in this house all summer, so go on and get outside." Instructions were few: "don't slam the screen door," and "take your flip-flops off at the door."

To wear black, or not to wear black—is that not always the question?

Papadosio is a band well worth a listen. They literally have music down to a science and know exactly how to push all your right buttons. Here's a recap from their tour stop here in Chucktown.

Hit a home run this summer at Charleston's one and only minor league ballpark where you can enjoy the best in food, drinks, and great entertainment the whole family will love.

Sometimes that elephant in the room gets too big to ignore—we can't make it disappear, but you can bet we can make it dance...

One dead leaf does not a fall make. But... after digging up chilly journal entries from a snowed-in stint a few years ago, I figure palmetto fronds rustling in the wind are as good a sign as any

Barbara Hagerty's new book of poetry "Motherfish," and other lessons on casting the creative net and reelin it in, as learned in the class I'm currently taking: Life

Not today, not even close. Instead, we're wringing our hands over domestic drilling's POSSIBLE negative impact on wildlife (not foreign oil's known impact on our economy and security)

Foul weather can make the best of times turn sour—but that's no excuse to sartorially concede to it. As we head into the teeth of rainy season, I've got you covered on how to beat the rain in style

Showers in Charleston? Not so bad...