The Gibbes presents Jacob Lawrence and West Fraser exhibits this January
The Gibbes presents Jacob Lawrence and West Fraser exhibits this January American art

The Gibbes Museum of Art, which reopened this past May after two and a half years of renovations, debuts two 2017 exhibitions highlighting two American artists: Jacob Lawerence and West…


Get your tickets now for Garrison Keillor, coming to the Gaillard on Jan. 5
Get your tickets now for Garrison Keillor, coming to the Gaillard on Jan. 5 Our prairie home companion

If you don't know, now you know: Garrison Keillor is one of the most prolific writers, radio hosts, editors (and storytellers in general) in the nation, and he's coming to…


PBR-inspired art can be found all over Charleston
PBR-inspired art can be found all over Charleston PBaRt

It's no secret that Charleston drinkers love PBR — if you've seen that big 'ol sign on Rec Room, you know the local bar is the No. 2 seller of…


What If? Productions emphasizes the character contrast in <i>Amadeus</i>
What If? Productions emphasizes the character contrast in Amadeus Rock Me, Salieri

What's perhaps most odd about Amadeus, the play by Peter Shaffer written in 1981 and made into an Oscar-winning film in 1984, is that its title character (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)…


So you wanna buy local gifts? We're here to help
So you wanna buy local gifts? We're here to help Shop Small

The holiday season is in full force and we can hardly keep track of the number of local markets popping up all over the Lowcountry. These events feature different vendors,…



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