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AtomaCon returns as a homespun fandom celebration and film festival

Kevin Young

“My Star Wars collection is big enough to take up an entire room, and my fandom has grown beyond a galaxy far, far away,” Janet Iannantuono modestly divulges. George Lucas’ classic was such a perfect melding of her interests in mythology, science fiction, and fantasy that she became a collector of all things Star Wars-related. […]

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Wednesday headlines: Gas shortages across Southeast, officials caution against panic buying

If you’re low on gas today, good luck in finding some as consumers across South Carolina and the Southeast have been hoarding fuel in a panic after hackers disrupted flow in pipelines. Gas prices rose 2 cents nationally as a consequence of the Colonial Pipeline hack and the resulting rush to find fuel. State officials […]

Why Best of Charleston 2021 feels different

Best of Charleston 2021 is the largest single Charleston City Paper issue to be published since April 2019. Nearly a year before masks, lockdowns and social distancing, no one had any idea of what was to come just a few short months later. But, we made it, and the issue you’re holding is a testament […]