Cicala gets personal on twangy and lyrical self-titled LP


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Quinn Cicala (front left) wrote songs inspired by emo and folk for the band’s 2021 album

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Colour of Music showcases Black classical artists, musicians and history in 9th year

Christina Bailey

Music Education Colour of MusicFeb. 3-6 (7:30 p.m.), Feb. 7 (5 p.m.)$25colourofmusic.org The Colour of Music Festival, the city’s only festival celebrating Black classical musicians and composers, is returning for its ninth season this week. The festival will continue to emphasize the accomplishments of Black musicians in the world of classical music, or “The last […]

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Lowcountry Local First names new executive director

Lowcountry Local First (LLF), a nonprofit centered around creating an economy anchored in local business, has named Jacquie Berger as its new executive director, effective Monday after the departure of founding executive director Jamee Haley at the end of 2020. Berger brings more than 20 years of nonprofit management, fundraising, planning and inclusion experience to […]

Monday headlines: Charleston jail video ripples shock across nation

Video footage released late Thursday night documents the final minutes of the life of Jamal Sutherland, a mentally ill Black man, while detained at Charleston County’s Al Cannon Detention Center in January. Since then, the story has been profiled around the world. As civic and clergy leaders expressed outrage while calling for calm, Sutherland’s mother, […]

5/16 COVID-19 update: 261 cases; 3.5% positive; 17 deaths

What you need to know today: Gov. Henry McMaster’s move to end extended federal unemployment benefits in South Carolina has rankled some experts and workers who say implications of ending weekly benefits are more complicated than the governor has said. Source: The Post and Courier Latest COVID-19 data South Carolina health officials reported 479 total cases of the […]

Sarah’s Dumps announces spring, summer pop-up schedule

Sarah’s Dumps is popping up for the first time in over a year at Island Provisions on Saturday, May 22.