CofC professor nominated for prestigious Bram Stoker Award
CofC professor nominated for prestigious Bram Stoker Award Walking the blood-red carpet

Charleston’s very own W. Scott Poole has been nominated for the highest prize in horror and fantasy writing…


Betting big on <i>La La Land </i>at this year's Academy Awards
Betting big on La La Land at this year's Academy Awards Oscar Predictions: 2017

There's no #OscarsSoWhite controversy at this year's Academy Awards, but there is plenty to talk about. Will La La Land walk away with a record number of Oscars? Will Denzel…


REVIEW: Charleston Stage's 'Peter and the Starcatcher' is cheeky, cheerful, and utterly charming
REVIEW: Charleston Stage's 'Peter and the Starcatcher' is cheeky, cheerful, and utterly charming Arrested development

Anyone reared on Disney dust knows well the telltale trait of the persistently puerile Peter Pan (who, incidentally, is the impish brainchild of Scottish scribe J.M. Barrie). For whatever reason,…


Threshold Repertory Theatre finds the life and laughs in <i>Uncle Vanya</i>
Threshold Repertory Theatre finds the life and laughs in Uncle Vanya Chekhov's Lament

Anton Chekov is known for plays filled with bleakness and suffering, and even Uncle Vanya, now playing at Threshold Repertory Theatre, stands out as particularly dark…


It'll be OK, everyone. <i>Southern Charm</i> is back in April
It'll be OK, everyone. Southern Charm is back in April We’re sure you have complaints

Breathe deep. Clear your thoughts. Southern Charm is returning April 3. There, it’s over. Now you know. But let’s talk about how this makes you feel…



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