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‘Invisible’ shines light on country music’s queer history

Michael Smallwood

Charleston-native Beth Mevers got an up-close look at hidden forces that influence the sounds from of Music City as the executive director of a new documentary, Invisible. Directed by T.J. Parsell, Invisible is a feature-length film about the gay women who have excelled in country music as singers/songwriters. The film follows the individual and collective […]

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Schools bearing brunt of latest COVID surge South Carolina has set national records for COVID-19 hospitalizations in the past few weeks, and new cases have neared peak levels of last winter, but feeling the pandemic’s worst effects are the state’s classrooms. Classes, schools and entire districts have gone virtual, leaving parents frustrated and teachers quitting […]

Fierce local restaurant advocate remembered for unwavering support

Linda Hancock’s shock of red hair may have let you know she was approaching from across the room, but there was no way to prepare for the force of nature headed in your direction — typically with someone in hand that you needed to be introduced to, immediately. Linda flourished in expanding the circles of her […]

Haunters land at Big Gun Burger Sept. 29

Indie punk outfit Haunters started out as a solo project of local guitarist Jonathan Minor in 2016, and then bassist Brendon Shealy and drummer Jeff O’Brien came on board. The three-piece will celebrate the cassette release of EP Long Days//Sleepless Nights with a free show at Big Gun Burger Sept. 29 at 10 p.m.  Released […]