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Mex 1 adding brunch at 3 Charleston-area locations

Mex 1 will start serving brunch on Sunday.

Windjammer welcomes national acts back to beach stage in May

The Windjammer on Isle of Palms is welcoming spring and the return of live music with big-name outdoor shows lined up in May featuring bluegrass legends Yonder Mountain String Band, the laid-back sounds of Futurebirds and folk rockers Mt. Joy.  The Windjammer is booking shows about 50% capacity to ensure comfort and well-being for the […]

4/14 COVID-19 update: 466 cases; 8.6% positive; 15 deaths

What you need to know: Mount Pleasant’s mandate requiring masks in grocery stores and pharmacies is expiring after midnight Wednesday, and it will not be renewed, Mount Pleasant Mayor Will Haynie said Wednesday. “I spoke with Town Council members and there is not a majority to support extending it,” Haynie wrote in a tweet. Haynie did, […]

Stop Light Observations’ new single, “8teen,” was a product of the early lockdown

Psych-pop rockers Stop Light Observations have been playing together since 2012, delivering intricate lyrics and all-over-the-map sounds for almost 10 years. The foursome consists of lead vocalist William Blackburn, drummer Luke Withers, bassist Will Mahoney, and John Keith Culbreth (aka Kubby) on piano, guitar and synth. Their sound is derived from four worlds colliding: Ray […]