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The Week

No you are not going to use those giblets or that duck fat. Save them you say? For what? They’re going to be a frozen mystery baggy in 4 weeks. Jesus, just let it go...

The Spectator Hotel, known for luxury and travel awards, can now add cuisine and cocktails to its growing list of accolades. Guests and visitors alike can now nosh on light bights complemented by expertly crafted cocktails in the hotel's bar just off the lobby.

Fuji is definitely the answer to Upper King’s sushi woes! The food is delicious, the service is amazing, and there’s even an added bonus of a rooftop with a bar!

Coming to a neighborhood near you.

Cooped up during Hurricane Flo's appearance? We've got your guide to get you out of the house and having fun.

Check out these can't-miss events during Charleston Beer Week. Whether your local craft palette is an experienced one, or if you’re just getting to know the local brews – these events are sure to provide you with lots of delicious selection during Charleston Beer Week 2018.

Charleston is a great place to discover local talent or see a band right before they get their big break.

New wine bar, Joséphine, opens on Spring St.

It's the best time of year - the time for dining outdoors. And, if you're on a budget like me, it might be better to check out the happy hours. Here's our curated list.

The annual High Water music fest was a hit, once again!

Restaurant, brewery, and live music venue can all be used to describe Dockery’s, a family-friendly dining and entertainment destination. Dockery’s is conveniently located in the heart of Daniel Island on Island Park Drive, surrounded by beautiful scenery and local wildlife.

The four-day conference featured a lot of awesome local and regional music. My biggest complaint was that there were not enough hours in the day to see and hear it all.

Charleston Music Hall has a wonderful series featuring a dinner and a movie combo.

An inside look at what Andrew Copeland, lead guitarist for Sister Hazel, is looking forward to about the 12th annual Hazelnut Hangout in the area. The band has created countless memories: live music on the beach, the support from their Charleston family and even an entire festival weekend without air conditioning. According to Copeland, returning to the band's second home year after year seems only natural.

Rising Appalachia gave Charleston an inspired performance with their sensual sound.

Your weekly breakdown of the most dramatic season ever.

Pancito & Lefty—Not the Name of My Gang, but With This Kind of Customer Service, I WILL Be a Regular! Struggling NYC Eateries Could Do with a Little Southern Charm and Service Style

Savannah Stopover—A Hidden Gem of a Music Festival in the South

The inaugural Charleston Wedding Week featured a luncheon and presentation given by the founder and editor of wedding blog Style Me Pretty, Abby Larson.

Women's Wellness Weekend