Politics and Public Affairs Attractions & City Living News & Media Culture, Arts & Entertainment Shops & Wares Recreation, Health, & Beauty Eating Drinking All Winners Let's be honest: 10 years isn't much time in the grand scheme of things.
Is it real? You better believe it.
We've got to admire the resourcefulness of the typical Best of Charleston ballot stuffer, if not his or her intelligence. This is somebody who cares deeply about the outcome, after all, and we have an inherent affection for such people.
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Best Charlestonian to Exile to Drum Island Joe Riley
Best Heir to Riley's Throne Leon Stavrinakis
Wendell Gilliard The City Paper isn't the only one celebrating 10 years.
Sandi Engelman's CPT comment Weeks before last November's election, Sandi Engelman (never one to parse words) tried to defend her spending habits on the district's dime by accusing Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson of being late for flights because she was on "CPT."
Tim Scott Nearly 10 years ago, Tim Scott posted the Ten Commandments outside council chambers.
Arthur Ravenel Jr. Unlike many other races, Best School Board Member has never really been a lock for anyone.
Arthur Ravenel Jr./None Things aren't going well for conservatives these days.
Jerry and Anita Zucker As local billionaires and ardent philanthropists, it's not surprising that the Zuckers topped the list of givers again this year.
Darkness To Light Circle of Light Gala
Glenn McConnell 10 Ways Glenn McConnell is a "good Confederate":
Dana Beach Who would have thought that Charleston's Best Progressive once worked for Best Conservative and former Congressman Arthur Ravenel Jr.?
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Spoleto Festival USA Really, is there another honest-to-god, unironic candidate for this category?
S.C. Aquarium Downtown.
St. Philip's Episcopal Church Downtown.
College of Charleston's Addlestone Library Downtown.
City Hall Downtown.
Marion Square Downtown.
Wando High School Mt. Pleasant.
O'Quinn School James Island.
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon Downtown.
Lowcountry Oyster Festival Mt. Pleasant.
Porter-Gaud West Ashley.
The Market Downtown.
Palmetto Carriage Works Downtown.
Colonial Village @ Hampton Park 1916 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. 556-2326
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