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2015 Charleston Comedy Festival

 Charleston's little ol' comedy festival keeps getting bigger and better, and this year is no exception — in fact, if we're going by headliners, this year's fest has grown three full sizes. Instead of a single big name, 2015's lineup includes the triple-threat of Hannibal Buress, Doug Benson, and John Mulaney. And though as of press time, Buress and Mulaney were both sold out, there are plenty of other shows that'll leave you crying with laughter, from the Underwear Comedy Party, where stand ups perform in nothing but their undies, to the musical comedy masters North Coast and Pop Roulette. Take a look in these pages to find the perfect performance to tickle your funny bone.

Listen to these 4 new, original holiday tunes from Charleston acts
Listen to these 4 new, original holiday tunes from Charleston acts All I want for Christmas is that new new

These local artists are now part of the original Christmas music canon — Kelly Rae Smith


Charleston Music Hall screens Stanley Kubrick films starting this January
Charleston Music Hall screens Stanley Kubrick films starting this January From Clockwork Orange to The Shining

Charleston Music Hall loves Stanley Kubrick just as much as the next guy, which is why they’re rolling out their Stanley Kubrick Film Series this winter. All tickets are $8, and a pass to all four film screenings is $20. There’s an additional dinner and film option available for $32, and every screening starts at 7:30 p.m, with the Charleston Music Hall bar opening up at 7 p.m. — Francesca Mathewes


Home Team BBQ hosts Dames for the Cause holiday party Tues. Dec. 19
Home Team BBQ hosts Dames for the Cause holiday party Tues. Dec. 19 A dame good time

Dames for the Cause, the monthly event series that highlights outstanding female bartenders in the Charleston food and bev community, will hold their holiday party at Home Team BBQ downtown Tues. Dec. 19 from 9 p.m. til 1 a.m. — Mary Scott Hardaway


Dubplates, Ky-Mani Marley bring Marley Cup to Charleston next year
Dubplates, Ky-Mani Marley bring Marley Cup to Charleston next year Marley Cup will also feature live tunes

The Dubplates will bring the first annual Marley Cup, an all-star, seven-a-side soccer matchup of Jamaica versus the Charleston Battery, to MUSC Stadium. — Kelly Rae Smith


Madison Tessener named executive chef of forthcoming Miller's All Day restaurant
Madison Tessener named executive chef of forthcoming Miller's All Day restaurant Breaking the fast

Miller's All Day, the new spot from partners Greg Johnsman and Nathan Thurston, has named two chefs. Madison Tessener will be executive chef and DaVee Harned is the pastry chef. — Kinsey Gidick


<i>Southern Charm</i> Newbie, <i>RelationShep</i> Edition: Gather 'round for a Shep talk
Southern Charm Newbie, RelationShep Edition: Gather 'round for a Shep talk RelationShep, S1E2

Welcome back, everybody. I want to start out by thanking you all for showing up last week and reading the first installment of my new RelationShep column. Anyone who did check out last week's column may remember that I didn't have a solid plan on how to actually watch the next episode of the series due to my lack of cable. — Dustin Waters


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