Activists continue calls for justice in wake of Sutherland death

Skyler Baldwin

Activists gathered at 4 p.m. Saturday on the corner of King and Calhoun streets downtown to continue a call for action after Jamal Sutherland, a Black man living with mental illness, died in police custody Jan. 5 at the Al Cannon Detention Center. Black Lives Matter Charleston leader Marcus McDonald was on scene, playing trombone […]

Daytime market and sandwich shop, nighttime chef’s table restaurant to open at Spring and St. Phillip

Samantha Connors

The Pass ~ Panino and Provisions, a new market-style eatery and nighttime private dining space, is slated to open mid-summer 2021 at the corner of Spring and St. Philip streets in the space previously occupied by Poke-San. Run by chef Anthony Marini of Philadelphia, The Pass will serve gourmet sandwiches during lunch hours along with […]

Vertical Roots adds 3rd hydroponic farm in Atlanta

Parker Milner

Charleston-based hydroponic container farm Vertical Roots added a third farm site in the Atlanta State Farmers Market June 8, when farm containers made the trip west from Charleston. Vertical Roots’ Atlanta farmers plan to produce lettuce at the facility within weeks and hope to have “Vertical Roots Georgia Grown” lettuce in grocery stores by July […]

Port of Call food hall and beer garden planned for Market Street

Samantha Connors

The Shelter Kitchen + Bar co-owner Ryan Kaufmann has his sights on a new venture: Port of Call Food + Brew Hall. The new eatery will be located at 99 S. Market St., the space previously occupied by Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., but Kaufmann said the entire property has been redesigned. “People will have no […]

Top 10 seafood restaurants in Charleston

Parker Milner

Charleston is surrounded by water, meaning chefs have an assortment of fresh fish from local purveyors at their disposal. And the spots on the City Paper’s top 10 seafood restaurants in Charleston offer everything a seafood fan could want, from oysters to sushi to no-frills fried fish. There’s no shortage of options, but we’re here […]