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Gibbes Museum purchase with funds provided by Dr. and Mrs. (Caroline) Anton Vreede; 2007.005

Events for the week of July 29-Aug. 5

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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 […]

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

Atoon, Mansueta’s will serve all-vegan dinner benefiting Amor Healing Kitchen

Mansueta’s and Atoon will serve an all-vegan five course meal on Jan. 30.

Commentary: After Trump, Charleston Republicans can choose change or trouble

After I stated blind obedience to former President Trump should not be the litmus test for being a Republican, I was met with a chorus of boos, “RINO” and, my personal favorite, “Lock him up.”

The Agenda: SC plans $208M vaccine spending; Anti-abortion bill likely to pass

State looks to spend $208 million on vaccine distribution plan. South Carolina lawmakers may spend more than $200 million to help with vaccine distribution and to build up distribution capacity amid frustrations regarding delays. The money would be split between DHEC, MUSC, hospitals and other vaccine providers, lawmakers said. Source: The State Easley man had […]

Over40 years of Arnold Edmondson’s art cataloged in digital archive

Art historian Naomi Edmondson, the daughter of late Lowcountry artist Arnold Edmondson, recently created an online archive of her father’s expansive body of visual art pieces