Charleston YWCA's 10 days honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. start Tuesday, on what would be King's 90th birthday
Charleston YWCA's 10 days honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. start Tuesday, on what would be King's 90th birthday Annual MLK events are one of the city's oldest celebrations

Tuesday marks the beginning of Charleston's 47th annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, the city's largest and longest-running event…


Obamacare is more popular than ever in S.C., but 2019 increase not "unusual"
Obamacare is more popular than ever in S.C., but 2019 increase not "unusual" National enrollment is down by four percent

As of Jan. 2, more than 203,000 people in S.C. had enrolled in, and paid for, a health insurance plan from the federal marketplace…


Charleston will hire a "racial reconciliation" manager, but some worry "nothing is gonna happen"
Charleston will hire a "racial reconciliation" manager, but some worry "nothing is gonna happen" The city promised the position as part of last year's slavery apology

The new hire will operate independently, though the nature of the job will require some legal know-how…


Rep. Joe Cunningham plans to file bill proposing 10-year ban on offshore drilling
Rep. Joe Cunningham plans to file bill proposing 10-year ban on offshore drilling Cunningham frames offshore drilling as bipartisan issue

Cunningham pointed to the marsh behind him as he introduced the 10-year moratorium titled the Coastal Economies Protection Act…


Education and tax reform are some of the top priorities as lawmakers return to Columbia for 2019 session
Education and tax reform are some of the top priorities as lawmakers return to Columbia for 2019 session Support for medical marijuana is also looking better, says Sen. Tom Davis

The first session of the 123rd S.C. General Assembly will first meet on Tues. Jan. 8…


Blotter: Dad fight
Blotter: Dad fight Football and chicken

Blotter o' the week: When describing the man who assaulted a customer during a football game, the manager of a West Ashley chicken joint told officers he had an “average…


Stegelin: A president's ransom
Stegelin: A president's ransom We don't negotiate (with Democrats)

New book offers key insights for political, conservation success
New book offers key insights for political, conservation success Beach read

Conservationist Dana Beach years ago described how to keep development from mauling everything into a mess of sprawl…


Clemson's title makes things even harder for South Carolina's smaller football schools
Clemson's title makes things even harder for South Carolina's smaller football schools Fourth and Long

Admittedly, I did not have a dog in the national championship fight between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers…


Let's support Charleston education in 2019
Let's support Charleston education in 2019 Taking notes

Public education should be the great equalizer in America — a system that gives all children, regardless of their background or race, the tools and support to achieve their goals…


They stepped up and won their elections, here are three ways to keep them
They stepped up and won their elections, here are three ways to keep them How We Can Help Krystle and JA

On Nov. 6 2018, something remarkable happened: Two first time, Democratic candidates — in the deep red political pond of South Carolina — managed to defeat their respective Republican (did…


Lost Kinkster
Lost Kinkster Savage Love

With the recent Tumblr ban on all NSFW content, I have no idea where to indulge my kinks and find my community. I've never needed to go anywhere else to…


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