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Halloween 2020: Masks on masks and social-distanced spooks

Connor Simonson

Halloween 2020 is sure to be like no other we’ve experienced, but that does not mean it’s canceled. With masked masquerades, socially distanced costume contests, drive-in theaters, and more, we’re bringing your Halloween plans back from the dead. LET THE FRIGHTS COME TO YOU (DRIVE INS AND REMOTE EVENTS) For the West Ashley folks; the […]

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Root Note food truck starts Pour House residency Monday

Root Note will take over Micho on Mondays and Tuesdays starting Jan. 25.

The Agenda: Abortion, Santee Cooper talk in Columbia; Cargo boom leaves ships in short supply

S.C. House to talk Santee Cooper, Senate abortion this week. Both chambers in the S.C. Statehouse have long-awaited and likely contentious bills on their calendars this week. The Senate could debate a bill that would ban almost all abortions in the state, while the House is set to discuss letting a special committee of lawmakers […]

Charleston teachers split on return to in-person learning, survey says

More than 700 teachers in the Charleston County School District completed an anonymous survey conducted by the Charleston Teacher Alliance regarding the return to classes this semester. The results show an education system trying its best to do right by students, while some teachers disagree with district decisions so far. Roughly 50% of teachers answered […]

MUSC Septima P. Clark Poetry Contest now accepting submissions

The third annual MUSC Septima P. Clark Poetry Contest is now accepting submissions through March 15.