2017 Fall Arts Preview 

Your guide to the newest local art in Charleston

Enough Pie, Redux Contemporary Art Center, and Engaging Creative Minds hold pre-game bazaar in advance of Arts Matter Day
Enough Pie, Redux Contemporary Art Center, and Engaging Creative Minds hold pre-game bazaar in advance of Arts Matter Day Give a little

Wed. Sept. 6 from 6 to 10 p.m., Redux will be throwing a pre-game bazaar with food, drinks, live music — DJ Party Dad, Contour, and Secret Guest — a local craft and clothing market, and more. All you have to do is show up with a five dollar donation. — Mary Scott Hardaway


Comedy, food talk, and pop culture found in these Charleston podcasts
Comedy, food talk, and pop culture found in these Charleston podcasts Hearing Voices

Could it be the year of the podcast? Sure, people have been listening to podcasts for years now, but wasn't 2017 the year of the beloved Southern gothic tale, Shit Town? Wasn't 2017 the year City Paper added Best Podcast to our Best of Charleston issue? It's the year of the podcast, y'all — and Charleston's cashing in. — Heath Ellison


The Artful Dodger
The Artful Dodger How legal battles and dissatisfied artists drove a wedge between Rebekah Jacob and the arts community

The first indication that something was wrong arrived in the form of an anonymous note, postmarked April 29, 2014, Charleston, S.C. Richard Sexton, a veteran photographer based out of New Orleans, received a strange notice in the mail. He had been working with the Rebekah Jacob Gallery since April 2009. — Dustin Waters


Charleston Stage celebrates 40 years of making theater and driving change
Charleston Stage celebrates 40 years of making theater and driving change Altruistic Wiles

Act One: The curtain rises on a polite, plucky young man from a South Carolina cotton farm, who has found his way to the big city of Charleston. There, he lands a spot at a storied, ornate theater, gathers a few folks, starts putting on shows — and in the process elevates the community through the transformative power of theater. Sound like the setup for a feel-good Broadway musical? — Maura Hogan


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