Sue Monk Kidd’s novel <i>The Invention of Wings</i> rediscovers the lives of important Charleston women
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“More and more people are discovering and rediscovering the Grimke sisters,” says Sue Monk Kidd, author of New York Times bestseller The Secret Life of Bees, and more recently, The…


Theater review: <i>The Explorer's Club</i> is a period comedy treat
Theater review: The Explorer's Club is a period comedy treat Woman scientist? Gasp!

Keely Enright (a woman) once again proves her prowess as director. Mary Fishburne (also a woman) and Christian Persico (not a woman) — Charleston’s own Jean Arthur and Jimmy Stewart…


Threshold’s <i>The Flick</i> takes us to the movies
Threshold’s The Flick takes us to the movies Stage and Screen

When audience members enter Threshold Repertory’s black box theater to see Annie Baker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Flick, which takes place in an old Massachusetts movie house that still uses…


What to see at the North Charleston Arts Festival
What to see at the North Charleston Arts Festival Fiber arts, theater, and more

For a city the size of North Charleston, there is a substantial amount of cultural engagement. The apex of this is the North Charleston Arts Festival, now in its 34th…


Liveblog: Dig South 2015
Liveblog: Dig South 2015 The Interactive Festival Goes Across the Cooper


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