Andy Frasco talks music, mushrooms and more


Andy Frasco said self-correction away from drugs and a party lifestyle helped him become a better music-maker | Photo by Andrew Hutchins

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DJ Luigi Bravo is out to create connection and community

Katherine Jordan

Local DJ Luigi Bravo left Colombia for Charleston after a 1999 earthquake in the city of Armenia devastated the northwestern region of his native country. Music was a hobby after hours while he spent his days as an engineer, but 2005 was the year he took a leap into the music industry. “The first few […]

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

5/5 COVID-19 update: 397 cases; 5.5% positive; 11 deaths

What to know today: Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine is down in South Carolina, and state epidemiologist Dr. Linda Bell urged vaccine skeptics to reconsider their position in a Wednesday column. Bell touched on the small incidence of breakthrough cases, saying that just 155 of the 1.7 million S.C. residents (0.00013%) who have received at least […]

Shiki reopens newly renovated dining room

Shiki’s 35-seat dining room is now open six days a week.

Lillie Fuel expands menu with adult-friendly options

Lillie Fuel hopes to be a one-stop-shop for parents after debuting its new menu.

Wednesday headlines: Hate crimes proposal survives Senate committee challenge

Some Republican senators questioned the necessity of a hate crimes bill for South Carolina during a Senate committee hearing yesterday, but the bill passed 13-10 to head to the Senate floor. Some legislators, particularly in the Charleston area, worry that the bill may not pass this year due to time constraints. South Carolina remains one […]