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City Council delays changes to short-term rental law, sends them to staff for review  Charleston City Paper

Charleston City Council voted to delay proposed changes to the city's six-month-old short term rental law on Tuesday after dozens of residents lined up for ...



Charleston airport names its terminal after late Sen. Fritz Hollings  Charleston City Paper

The passenger terminal at the Charleston International Airport is now the Ernest F. "Fritz" Hollings Terminal, in honor of the senator who died this month at the ...



33 better ways to spend the $33 million we wasted on the old Charleston Naval Hospital  Charleston City Paper

The old North Charleston naval hospital is a huge ugly building. Quite honestly, it's hard to imagine how anything can be done that fully utilizes a building that ...



King Street is in the midst of up to $1 billion in development. How did we get here and what's next?  Charleston City Paper

In 1900, 418 King St. was home to at least four people, according to volume six of the Old Codger's Charleston Address Book. The building also housed a lunch ...



Airbnb hosts in Charleston County made $55 million in 2018  Charleston City Paper

New figures from Airbnb show that Charleston County hosts made a good bit of money from their spare bedrooms last year. Earlier this month, the short-term ...



Snapshots of Cabarrus Past Volume 4 | Photos  Independent Tribune

These are older photos from around Cabarrus County. If you have photos you would like to share send them to mplemmons@independenttribune.com.



Ahead of possible "negative" P&C story, North Chs. Mayor Keith Summey goes on the defensive  Charleston City Paper

At 9:01am this morning, the City of North Charleston posted an interview with Mayor Keith Summey where he defends his record as mayor in an attempt to get ...



Whitwell High Wins Tournament On Lake Guntersville  BassResource.com

the Bassmaster High School Southern Open tournament on Lake Guntersville.



JAMES E. BRADLEY  Sumter Item

Funeral services for James Edward Bradley will be held at noon on Saturday at New Zion AME Church, 78 Elliott Highway, Bishopville, with the Rev. Archie S.



Planning Commission sends short-term rental rules to City Council  Charleston City Paper

The city's Planning Commission said that properties outside of the Old and Historic districts must only be five years old to qualify for a short-term rental license in ...



Dick Elliott drops out of mayoral race  Charleston City Paper

Friends - I wanted you to know first that I will be announcing today that I am no longer a candidate for mayor of Charleston. Since October, I've worked hard to ...



Bosstrain makes hip-hop album about freedom, aliens, and hot sauce  Charleston City Paper

Local hip-hop artist Bosstrain (Mike Bost) of the band Subterranean Bleu Minds recently dropped its second studio album, Dreams of Freedom. Though it's not a ...



Tree of Codes challenges audiences with a fragmented narrative  Charleston City Paper

I'm OK with an abstract approach to any given medium: visual art, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, theater. So I figured, hey, since I've never in my life yearned to see a ...



Resurrection (A Water Album)  Charleston City Paper

I stare death in the face gracefully, / over mimosas, cheese crepes and pastries, / caressing life in the small of her back, Smiling, she turns to smile back.



Defying gravity is barely the beginning for these Aussie acrobats who deliver a bucket (list) performance  Charleston City Paper

Shall we cut to the chase? Backbone is spectacular artistry and jaw-dropping fun, and these fearless Aussies deliver one helluva performance. “A meaningful ...



This year's Spoleto Festival is temporally obsessed  Charleston City Paper

In the first days of Spoleto Festival USA 2018, artists everywhere are minding the time. They rue how it slips through their fingers. They chase it dancing from ...



Enter a parallel universe where bartenders are chefs and chefs are 'tenders at the third annual Switcheroo  Charleston City Paper

Now in its third year, the Freaky Friday of foodie events, Switcheroo, brings top bartenders and chefs from around town together for a night of merry-making, ...



The 2019 Oscars sucked  Charleston City Paper

A Charleston film critic's musings on the 2019 Academy Awards.



I took Kevin Young, the City Paper's cynical movie critic, to A Star Is Born  Charleston City Paper

As the City Paper's resident Little Monster and A Star Is Born soundtrack authority, I was positively seething when I read a damning parenthetical in Kevin ...



This year's YALLFest authors write stories for the underrepresented  Charleston City Paper

On the eve of this year's YALLFest, we talked to three different visiting authors about their take on all things YA, book worm-y, and life. Here's what they had to ...



We probably shouldn't be shocked that 18 downtown restaurants have closed so far this year  Charleston City Paper

It's no secret that of new restaurants, 60 percent don't make it past the first year. Five years on and as many as 80 percent will go under. Closures happen quickly ...



Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival announces 2018 schedule  Charleston City Paper

Calling all like-minded literary fiends — the Charleston to Charleston Literary Festival, starting on Thurs. Nov. 8, has announced its 2018 schedule. From talks ...



Dear Charleston, Racial justice shouldn’t require black acquiescence  Charleston City Paper

Yesterday, outside of Charleston City Hall, leaders from the South Carolina Secessionist Party and the Charleston Black Nationalist Movement gathered to hold ...



Mike Seekings elected CARTA chairman | The Battery  Charleston City Paper

The CARTA Board of Directors unanimously elected Mike Seekings as its new chairman on Wednesday. Seekings, an attorney and member of Charleston City ...



Here are the candidates for Charleston mayor and City Council  Charleston City Paper

The filing period for Charleston municipal offices ended Monday, so here's the finalized list of candidates for mayor and City Council seats. Candidates listed ...



George Gallery will move from Bogard to Broad Street in July  Charleston City Paper

The George Gallery, currently located at 50 Bogard St., moves to 54 Broad St. this July, a space formerly occupied by both John Carroll Doyle Gallery and Ann ...



GrowFood Carolina looks to keep the state's smallest farms growing  Charleston City Paper

At least 80 percent of the local population could be fed with food grown within 50 miles of Charleston, reports a study by professors Andrew Zumkehr and J.



Joseph Albert DeLaine, Judge J. Waties Waring, and one of the Civil Rights Movement's most overlooked cases  Charleston City Paper

Several hundred people, including U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, gathered at the federal courthouse in Charleston on April 11 to unveil a life-size bronze ...



3 councilmen support interfaith group's wage-theft solution | Features  Charleston City Paper

Three Charleston County Council members pledged Monday night to support a wage recovery program proposed by the Charleston Area Justice Ministry.



Investigation Discovery Sets ‘I Am Homicide’ Docuseries On Veteran Murder Detective  Deadline

Investigation Discovery is calling the cops. The true-crime cable net said today that it has greenlighted I Am Homicide, a docuseries that will follow a Charlotte, ...



We don't need Derick Close in Columbia  Charleston City Paper

I received a jolt last week as I read the list of people who had signed up for Gov.-elect Nikki Haley's transition team. There I saw a name I have not heard of or ...



Watch artist Stephen Elliott Webb paint an Alfa Romeo tomorrow at Bohemian Hotel  Charleston City Paper

Covering luxury cars with fine art may be sacrilege to some, but local artist Stephen Elliott Webb hopes to make it a new trend in art philanthropy. On Sat. May 27 ...



Principals still in at Burke and North Charleston high schools  Charleston City Paper

At Monday night's Charleston County School District Board of Trustees meeting, the board agreed to let Superintendent Nancy McGinley negotiate three-year ...



Charleston fights an uphill battle against short-term rental listings  Charleston City Paper

Whether wilfully or out of ignorance, Charlestonians are blatantly disobeying the city's ban on short-term rentals. It's illegal for homeowners to rent out residential ...



The Life and Times of Dereef Park | Features  Charleston City Paper

Dereef Park is not the same place it was in 2002. Back then, the tree-shaded clearing between Morris and Cannon streets was a notorious haunt for alcoholics ...



Paul Thurmond staying out of race for SC-1 seat  Charleston City Paper

Paul Thurmond, one of the dozen or so political heavyweights whose name has been bandied about for the District 1 U.S. House seat being vacated by Tim ...



I suck at busking | Features  Charleston City Paper

One man's quest to conquer the sidewalks with a banjo and a prayer.



North Charleston might finally be ready to quit smoking  Charleston City Paper

When Kelly Clark's husband moved from Atlanta to North Charleston, he was shocked to find that such a large city allowed smoking at indoor businesses.



U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear 'Baby Veronica' case  Charleston City Paper

Broken Home: The Save Veronica Story originally ran as a cover story on September 26, 2012. The U.S. Supreme Court decided Friday that it would hear the ...



Madeleine Peyroux shows off her interpretive skills | Jazz, Blues, & Roots  Charleston City Paper

"I only do three types of songs. Love songs, blues songs, and drinking songs," said Madeleine Peyroux before singing a haunting rendition of Randy Newman's ...



The Center for Birds of Prey is ready for anything  Charleston City Paper

The current mystery at the Center for Birds of Prey's medical and rehabilitation clinic centers on two red-tailed hawks. They were brought in recently after two ...



Gibbes expands permanent collection with new works including Leo Twiggs' 'Requiem for Mother Emanuel #3'  Charleston City Paper

Yesterday, the Gibbes Museum of Art announced that it's expanding its permanent collection with four new works from artists Leo Twiggs, Mary Jackson, Charles ...



Jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux's rock-rooted guitarist learns to love silence  Charleston City Paper

When jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux brings her act to the Cistern Yard, it will be with a stripped-down trio of voice, bass, and guitar — a far cry from the full ...



Listen to the Very Hypnotic Soul Band's first single off upcoming debut EP  Charleston City Paper

Today, we're getting a sneak peek at the debut single from the Very Hypnotic Soul Band, the dynamic group that came together following the tragic events of the ...



S.C. Supreme Court paves the way for pavement on Captain Sam's Spit  Charleston City Paper

The signs just above the high tide line at Kiawah Island's Beachwalker County Park have a simple message for all visitors: "Please, Keep Off Dunes." Just down ...



Piccolo Spoleto Artist to Watch: Christopher Johnson, a.k.a. kolpeace  Charleston City Paper

Christopher Johnson is a self-proclaimed mumbler. He drops his voice every few sentences, and one must lean in closely to catch his words. But he's also quite ...



Halls Chophouse owner buys Maverick Southern Kitchens restaurants  Charleston City Paper

In a world where Charleston restaurant groups fight for market domination like CofC co-eds over the last pint of Jeni's listeria-free ice cream, two men will risk it ...



The Gibbes displays centuries-old illustrations by an English naturalist  Charleston City Paper

Those who are familiar with famed 18th century English naturalist Mark Catesby know he was responsible for impressive and precedent-setting documentation ...



Flowers Farm provides the grains for the Charleston Distilling Co.  Charleston City Paper

Standing in a shadowy tin hangar on a recent Saturday, with plumes of corn flour snowing on his blue jeans and boots, Charleston Distilling Co.'s head distiller ...



Elliottborough Mini Bar hosts Ciao Hounds tonight  Charleston City Paper

When Cannonborough-Elliotborough is offered as a standout among Charleston's dining neighborhoods, some scoff that it's simply a trendy enclave feeding off ...



Flying high with the CofC Quidditch team  Charleston City Paper

How is it, I thought on a recent mid-week afternoon, that I now find myself here, on a field at a college that I never attended, straddling a broom, eluding various ...



Five Loaves' new juice bar is now open  Charleston City Paper

Charleston has no shortage of juice bars. There's Huger Street's Huriyali where juices are made with a nod to co-owner Ruchi Mistry's native India. On King we ...



N.Y. Fashion Week creator Fern Mallis speaks at next Friday's Creative Mornings Charleston  Charleston City Paper

Fern Mallis, creator of New York Fashion Week, makes her way to Charleston as part of this year's Charleston Fashion Week (which she's visited every year in ...



The Agenda: New ID cards coming; Big-ticket items remain in Statehouse; SC college affordability  Charleston City Paper

The state will begin rolling out new state ID cards late this year or early next year as it works to comply with federal ID security measures passed after September ...



The politically conscious Very Hypnotic Soul Band forms in the AME aftermath  Charleston City Paper

The Very Hypnotic Soul Band was almost willed into existence in the aftermath of the tragic events of the last year. Formed initially for Charleston Music Hall's Hi ...



Coleman Collection consignment shop settles into new location  Charleston City Paper

The Coleman Collection, a high-end home furnishing consignment shop, recently located to a new, larger space. Although the shop just opened in March, they ...



KJ Kearney's Slave Baby pin designed to urge Charleston to 'Never Forget'  Charleston City Paper

Remember the 'slave baby' saga? In September, a controversial chalkboard drawing of a shackled African-American baby was used to promote a Hearts ...



Three distilleries pledge to raise spirits with more local booze  Charleston City Paper

Before you scoff at the sudden influx of distilleries to the Charleston area — three are opening within weeks of each other this summer — think about this: It's ...



Cannonborough-Elliotborough Neighborhood Association hosts first tour of homes  Charleston City Paper

The Cannonborough-Elliottborough Neighborhood Association (CENA) will host its first Tour of Homes fundraiser on Sat. May 19 from 2-5 p.m. As part of this ...



Charleston's best unite for a night of music, praise, and poetry in honor of the Emanuel Nine  Charleston City Paper

The day after the Emanuel AME shooting, musician and avid music event organizer Lindsay Holler got in touch with McKenzie Eddy and Elliott A. Smith from ...



Extraterrestrial adventures in Lizard Lick | Theater  Charleston City Paper

Watch the skies! Invaders from another world have been sighted in the Sunshine State. Spaceship landings, missing people, alien inseminators, and anal ...



We moustache you to take a look at these wild whiskers  Charleston City Paper

Saturday night, some wild hairs gathered at the Music Farm for the 8th annual Southeastern Beard and Moustache Championships. In front of a nearly-sellout ...



Charleston Stage's Julian Wiles pens play about pivotal civil rights case, Seat of Justice  Charleston City Paper

Growing up in a white, South Carolina community, Charleston Stage founder Julian Wiles didn't know about the historic 1950 court case Briggs v. Elliott, a suit ...



North CHS City Gallery presents Goose Creek Artists Guild show this February  Charleston City Paper

The Goose Creek Artists Guild will be displaying pieces from their 35th Annual Judged Show at the North Charleston City Gallery from Feb. 1-26. The show will ...



Confessions of a Southern Charm Newbie: The Pain of Memory  Charleston City Paper

Screenshot; All our lives, we search for that which is ROAM-worthy. Hey everybody. Welcome back. This week's column is going to continue a thematic thread ...



Julian Lage has his fingers in many pies  Charleston City Paper

"In my heart, I don't know that I believe in straight-ahead jazz," says 22-year-old guitarist Julian Lage while on a lunch break in Boston. He's training to become ...



Hearts & Plugs issues statement, apology regarding offensive social media post  Charleston City Paper

An Instagram image posted by local label Hearts & Plugs has caused offense and confusion among the music community this week.



Ex-Civil Wars singer-songwriter John Paul White finds peace in following his own muse  Charleston City Paper

For about five years, John Paul White rode an indie-folk music rocket ship called the Civil Wars. The duo was formed by White and fellow Nashville songsmith ...



Top Charleston food stories of 2015  Charleston City Paper

This was not a great year for Charleston, and in some regards, things were also less than cheery in the food realm. From farm-damaging weather to vanishing ...



For bottles and cans you just clap your hands  Charleston City Paper

A few years ago, before the dawn of the local beer renaissance, enthusiasts were lucky to find a restaurant or a bar with a handful of craft brews or imports on the ...



Charleston diners, stop asking servers this question  Charleston City Paper

"Are you in school?" It's one of the most disappointing questions a server or bartender can get from a customer, and we get it frequently. Or sometimes it comes ...



Elliotborough Mini Bar hosts Burger Supreme & The Unknown Brewing Co during Charleston Wine + Food  Charleston City Paper

Looking for a Wine + Food dinner that won't drain your bank account? Elliotborough Mini Bar's got you covered. For their CHS Wine + Food fringe event, the Bar ...



Injury-prone DeShaun Watson should make Clemson fans jumpy  Charleston City Paper

If the 2015 Clemson football schedule were a Batman villain, it would be the Riddler. There's lots of questions, no easily available answers, and not a lot of clues ...



Talking with a historian about Charleston's episode of "Drunk History"  Charleston City Paper

First off, "Drunk History" is a weird show. We're not sure if it's the mis-matched lip-synch narration or the weirdly-bizarro-perfect casting, or if it's just the booze ...



Enoteca closed, Elliotborough Mini Bar coming soon  Charleston City Paper

Cutty's isn't the only little bar in the 'hood. Enoteca, the Italian wine bar that served as an overflow point for Trattoria Lucca, has been sold to Anna Faenza, who ...



Live Music: Mike Quinn + Aisha Kenyetta & Friends; Froggy Fresh; Women and Cooke; Gangrene Machine  Charleston City Paper

TRIBUTE | Dance to the Music Mike Quinn + Aisha Kenyetta & Friends Wed. Oct. 4 10 p.m. $10/adv., $15/door. Pour House. Sly & the Family Stone were not only ...



Author Barry Lopez talks about birds, conservation, and humanity  Charleston City Paper

While Barry Lopez might not exactly be a household name in Charleston, he's regarded by many to be one of the finest living writers on the topic of nature and ...



Live Music: Chris Boone; Johnny Delaware; The Outervention; People's Blues of Richmond  Charleston City Paper

Mon. Jan. 27 8 p.m. w/ Mipso Donation/door. Royal American. Singer-songwriter Chris Boone marvels at the number of bands that call the Holy City home.



Bon Temps: Where to celebrate Mardi Gras in Charleston  Charleston City Paper

Charleston may not have Bourbon Street, but we've got King, and there are plenty of Mardi Gras parties going down on and off the peninsula. Fat Tuesday is Feb ...



Singer-songwriter Steven Fiore charts his journey to the West Coast and back with Young Mister  Charleston City Paper

"What a predictable moment/ The songbird leaves its nest," croons Steven Fiore on "Carolina," the lyrical centerpiece at the heart of his new album Young Mister, ...



Live Music: Stop Light Observations; God Devourer; Royal Fem-ily; Songwriters in the Round:  Charleston City Paper

ROCK | Stop Light Observations Fri. Feb. 17 w/ Stokeswood and Stoop Kid Sat. Feb. 18 w/ Wrenn and SondorBlue 9 p.m. $25/both nights $15-$18/one night



Go to LoLA for the po' boys, stay for the crawfish boil  Charleston City Paper

Having worked in the tourism industry for a decade in Charleston, I have heard many incorrect assumptions about this city's native cuisine. Out-of-towners ...



CCSD says consultant's $1200-per-day cost worth every penny  Charleston City Paper

There is not much we'd spend $1,200 on — no matter how pretty the picture looks on the flat-screen TV. But the Charleston County School District has ...



#ChsBurgerWeek: Top 10 burger moments in movie history  Charleston City Paper

I apologize in advance for the next three sentences: I like big burgers and I cannot lie. A lot of other people can't deny that when a server walks up with a burger ...



Lee Lee's Hot Kitchen could open this weekend  Charleston City Paper

Last night, I dropped by Lee Lee's Hot Kitchen on the corner of President and Nunan streets to take a peek inside the soon-to-open Chinese restaurant.



Pecha Kucha 22 tickets are available this Wednesday  Charleston City Paper

The Pecha Kucha 22 lineup is here and it's a humdinger. We just wanted to use that word, but really, this looks like a good one. On Oct. 8 — location, as usual, ...



What if Charleston had gotten a Dirty Myrtle makeover?  Charleston City Paper

It was a brief mention — 30 seconds on the CBS Evening News, narrated by Walter Cronkite himself — but the effect was electric. Myrtle Beach realtor William ...



Thousands of One speak their mind | Features  Charleston City Paper

In the seven years since they've been performing in the Northeast, Thousands of One have collaborated with Speech (of Arrested Development), Elliot Martin (of ...



Taking Woodstock is a hippie-dippie, rose-colored piece of nostalgia  Charleston City Paper

Maybe it's totally not true that Woodstock was awesome. Maybe it really was just a bunch of smelly unwashed hippies getting high and ending up slathered in ...



Lectra Lust emerges on the local scene with fun props and cerebral synth pop  Charleston City Paper

In an age where a band can make their own music and get it out there themselves, hard work should no doubt pay off, and so far things seem to have fallen in ...



Beer cocktails: more than shots and chasers | Features  Charleston City Paper

In the dark days before the craft beer renaissance, the only beer cocktail you might encounter at any bar was a Boilermaker (shot of whiskey chased by a beer) ...



From Ireland to Le Bernardin to Hank's Seafood Restaurant  Charleston City Paper

I grew up on the west coast of Ireland, where it wasn't difficult to find fantastic seafood. Back in the 1960s and '70s, fish was always eaten on Fridays, ...



The Amazing Spider-Man can't compete with Sam Raimi's version  Charleston City Paper

I'm sure there will be people who argue that Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man should be evaluated on its own merits, as a work separate from the legacy of ...



Troy Miller's love of singing led him from the ships to the dives  Charleston City Paper

Summerville-based rock 'n' roller Troy Miller, 43, may not look like a typical seafarer. With his newly grown dreads and barrel-chested frame, he resembles a ...



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