King & Fields Studio offers free headshots to furloughed federal employees
King & Fields Studio offers free headshots to furloughed federal employees Get a fresh start

As of this writing, we’re on the 27th day of the government shutdown. Rather than stand and watch it happen, some have assisted in lessening the burden of those affected, regardless of political affiliation. Others have felt they would be better served by helping in other, more unique ways. — Kevin Young


Visit 5Church Charleston this weekend to help raise money for MUSC Children's Hospital
Visit 5Church Charleston this weekend to help raise money for MUSC Children's Hospital A little friendly competition

As Charleston Restaurant Week starts to wind up for the winter, a local restaurant is trying to make the most of the time life. 5Church Charleston, an upscale restaurant located in a remodeled 100-year old church, is holding a competition its sister restaurant 5Church Charlotte to see who can raise the most funds for their local children's hospitals. The fundraiser will run from Fri. Jan. 18 at 5 p.m. to Sun. Jan. 20 at closing time. — Morgan Galvez


Container Bar set to host 'Art Village' every Saturday from 1-4 p.m.
Container Bar set to host 'Art Village' every Saturday from 1-4 p.m. Another day, another market

The Container Bar on Mt. Pleasant Street is now offering an Art Village, a farmers market of sorts, every Saturday from 1-4 p.m. — Connelly Hardaway


Weekend Roundup: From a comedy festival to Poe's 210th bday, all the fun you'll ever need
Weekend Roundup: From a comedy festival to Poe's 210th bday, all the fun you'll ever need Events for the weekend of Jan. 18-20

TGIF, folks. Let's stick to our resolutions to have more fun this year. Part of that fun, of course, means getting your funny on at the Charleston Comedy Festival. Read all about this weekend's shows in our extensive CCF coverage. — Morgan Galvez


Village Rep's gripping and gratifying staged memoir, <i>All About You</i>, closes this weekend
Village Rep's gripping and gratifying staged memoir, All About You, closes this weekend You'll root for Liz Butler Duren

All About You: An Adopted Child’s True Story, which is based on Duren’s memoir of the same name, is having its world premiere as part of the Village Rep’s current season. — Maura Hogan


Inspired by Burning Man, Charleston's Emergence aims for "radical inclusivity" and a little "sex magick," if you're OK with that
Inspired by Burning Man, Charleston's Emergence aims for "radical inclusivity" and a little "sex magick," if you're OK with that Tickets for the four-day event start at $119

Like Burning Man itself, the event defies description. — Adam Manno


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