City Picks: What we’re seeing, streaming and doing this week


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City Picks: What we’re seeing, streaming and doing this week

Skyler Baldwin

Uptown GirlA Jersey girl is stuck between her hometown sweetheart and a rich but sensitive executive in this charming ‘80s musical comedy. Enjoy the Pretty in Pink-meets-Working Girl show that sold out in 2018 with a menu of Champagne cocktails, wine, craft beers, sodas and snacks.Jan. 1-March 30. Shows start at 7 p.m. $40/ticket, sold […]

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

New Moncks Corner event space hosting ribbon cutting Jan. 22

The Aku Venue Event Center, a new event space in Moncks Corner, will host its ribbon cutting ceremony Jan. 22 at 3 p.m.

Pink Cactus adding breakfast hours in February

Pink Cactus will serve breakfast starting Feb. 9.

Charleston-area leaders react to Biden-Harris inauguration

President Joe Biden’s and Vice President Kamala Harris’ inaugurations played out on live television at home for most, relegated far from the nation’s capital because of the COVID-19 pandemic. State Rep. JA Moore, D-Hanahan, said he backed now-Vice President Kamala Harris ahead of last year’s state Democratic primary after learning he was about to become […]

SC January case count has already surpassed previous monthly totals

South Carolina health officials counted another 3,567 cases Wednesday, bringing the state’s monthly total to 78,522.