S.C. lawmakers dedicate April 27 in honor of Duke’s Mayonnaise
S.C. lawmakers dedicate April 27 in honor of Duke’s Mayonnaise Spread it on

Recognizing the cultural and culinary impact of one of South Carolina’s most revered condiments, the state House of Representatives have declared April 27, 2017, as “Duke’s Day” in honor of…


Seven-story development at corner of King and Spring streets gains final approval
Seven-story development at corner of King and Spring streets gains final approval ‘The elegance is there’

Plans for a new seven-story apartment building with ground-floor retail on upper King Street were given final approval by Charleston’s Board of Architectural Review Wednesday evening…


How American presidents screwed over the nation's artists
How American presidents screwed over the nation's artists Blame Nixon

The federal rules that restrict artists from getting a fair deduction for donating their original works is closely tied to one of the lesser known controversies surrounding the presidency of…


City and state legislators push plans to bolster affordable housing in Charleston
City and state legislators push plans to bolster affordable housing in Charleston Fiscal Sense and Rising Rents

There are a few longstanding rules of thumb when it comes to finances. Some are rooted in fiscal common sense — "Buy low. Sell high." Some are the result of…


CAJM calls on city officials to address transparency, policing reform at Nehemiah Action Assembly
CAJM calls on city officials to address transparency, policing reform at Nehemiah Action Assembly Local mayors absent

Charleston Area Justice Ministry doubled down on calls for policing reform during the multi-denominational coalition’s annual Nehemiah Action Assembly. A confrontational exercise by design, this year’s meeting saw five Charleston…


It was the best of, it was the worst of
It was the best of, it was the worst of A Tale Of Two Cities

Nary a week goes by that the rampant development of Charleston isn't the topic du jour — and for good reason. Charleston is changing so rapidly that even King Street…


Should the Dewberry's rooftop bar have been allowed to open?
Should the Dewberry's rooftop bar have been allowed to open? Sympathy for The Dewberry

There is a beautiful, recently-built, rooftop bar in downtown Charleston that you won't be seeing anytime soon. After strenuous neighborhood opposition, the City of Charleston Board of Zoning Appeals denied…


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