Freeloaders: Awake from your food coma 

The week's best freebies, March 5-11

Now that the Charleston Wine + Food Festival is over, we can start to remember that there's plenty of non-foodie events that happen in Charleston each week, many of which are free.

TUESDAY. Tex Railer’s Doomtown will perform with Skye Paige at the Tattooed Moose, while the Flat Foot Floozies have a show at the Recovery Room and Continental (with former Dropkick Murphy Rick Barton) play at the Mill.

WEDNESDAY. Willow Salon is celebrating the opening of a second spot on Folly Road. FUNimation at the Movies returns to Park Circle with Fairy Tale. This month's Starving Artists Series features J Block and John Pundt. And the Barn Jam this evening at Awendaw Green is actually a Monster Indie Barn Jam.

THURSDAY. Learn all about Navigating the Nursery. Flannery O’Connor’s South: New Work opens at How Art Thou? Cafe.

FRIDAY. You’ll have another opportunity to try on a bra to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure, this time at the Northwoods Dillards. Charleston photographers Ron Rocz and Nancy Santos (a former City Paper employee) present their work in Cuba Now. The Poetry Society of South Carolina hosts a reading with Gerry LaFemina, while Tim Owens signs his Christian fiction novel at Blue Bicycle.

SATURDAY. Head to the Texas Roadhouse parking lot on Rivers Avenue for the Southern Drag Racing Association Car Show, or stop by the Mt. Pleasant Towne Centre for ArtFest.

SUNDAY. King Street will be closed to vehicular traffic for another Second Sunday. The Love Is Two People Talking Book Release Celebration will benefit the Charleston County Disabilities Board



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