Weekend Roundup: Feeling presidential
Weekend Roundup: Feeling presidential Events for the weekend of Jan. 20-22

We got a new president today, y'all. Whether that fact makes you happy or ... quite the opposite, there's not much you can do about it except enjoy the weekend…


Freeloaders: Let freedom ring
Freeloaders: Let freedom ring Events for the week of Jan. 16-22

Happy MLK day, Charleston. Today is a day to reflect on everything Martin Luther King, Jr. brought to this country. It's also the first day of seven featuring cool, free…


Weekend Roundup: Spring, is that you?
Weekend Roundup: Spring, is that you? Events for the weekend of Jan. 13-15

It's Friday. It's really warm outside. The sun is shining and a packed weekend awaits. Get out there and enjoy it, Charleston…


Freeloaders: Free-zing temps mean free stuff
Freeloaders: Free-zing temps mean free stuff Events for the week of Jan. 9-Jan. 15

It's cold. It's Monday. If you're like us you just spilled water all over your desk. Cheer up with free stuff…


Weekend Roundup: No snow, no problem
Weekend Roundup: No snow, no problem Events for the weekend of Jan. 6-8

Well Charleston it looks like we won't really be feeling the effects of that winter storm that's currently taking the East coast by, err, storm. We will get some cold…


  • All In The Timing
    All In The Timing
    Sundays, 3 p.m. Continues through Jan. 22 | Flowertown Theater

    Flowertown Players present All in the Timing, six short plays from David Ives. Each piece will have a different director: Larry Spinner, Kristen Kos, Elissa Horrell, Joshua Jackson, Daniel Rich, and JC Conway.


  • Suddenly Last Summer
    Suddenly Last Summer
    Fridays, Saturdays, 8 p.m. and Sundays, 3 p.m. Continues through Feb. 5 | Footlight Players Theatre

    Tennessee Williams' classic play comes to life under the direction of Don Brandenburg. Follow Catherine Holly, Mrs. Venable and the psychiatrist between them as they deal with the horrors of murder. This haunting play deals with issues of family, sexuality and social norms which, today, are rapidly evolving. Not suitable for children.


  • Family Day of Jazz
    Family Day of Jazz
    Sun., Jan. 22 | Sottile Theatre

    Introduce your kids to the wonderful world of jazz. Performances by the Charleston All-Star Youth Jazz Orchestra, The School of the Arts Jazz Band, and the Jazz Professors.


  • Localpalooza
    Localpalooza
    Sun., Jan. 22, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. | 1630 Meeting St.

    Localpalooza is a day chock full of music that celebrates and supports area non profits. All proceeds from the event will benefit Race 4 Achievement, We Are Family, Charleston Animal Society, and CharlestonGOOD. Hosted by the Charleston Jewish Federation, the event will include live music from acts like David Higgins, Haley Mae Campbell, Red Cedar Review, The Rescue Blues, and more.


  • 4th Annual Oyster Roast benefiting East Cooper Meals on Wheels
    4th Annual Oyster Roast benefiting East Cooper Meals on Wheels
    Sun., Jan. 22, 2-5 p.m. | Palmetto Islands County Park

    Royall ACE Hardware is the presenting sponsor for this year's East Cooper Meals on Wheels' oyster roast. Oysters will be provided by Noisy Oyster. In addition to oysters, the event will include a Fireman’s Chili Throwdown, sponsored by South State Bank, between three East Cooper Fire Departments where guests choose the winner by voting with dollars. There will also be a barbecue competition sponsored by Advanced Hearing Care and live music provided by Awendaw Green and Ledford’s Pest Control.


  • Astronomy in the Park
    Astronomy in the Park
    Wednesdays, 6 p.m. | Brittlebank Park

    Stop by after work or before dinner to stargaze with local experts and ask them questions. Telescopes will be set up at the north end of the park., weather permitting.


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