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Gardeners should consider the pollinator

Aaron Wood

A few daffodils are generally the first signs of a Charleston spring, followed by a reliable sequence of blossoms all outdoing their predecessors. Infinite shades of camellia give way to golden jessamine, building toward the crescendo that is azalea season for a short, but majestic couple of weeks. Before long, the jasmine is in bloom, […]

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Charleston-area Juneteenth events mark historic date

A number of Charleston-area organizations are hosting events to celebrate Juneteenth this Saturday, an annual holiday marking the end of enslavement following the Civil War and emancipation. Lowcountry Juneteenth Week is hosting its inaugural week of educational and entertainment events Monday through Saturday, with an outdoor bash serving as the main event June 19 at […]

Thursday headlines: SC Supreme Court blocks executions set for this month

The South Carolina Supreme Court temporarily blocked the planned state executions by electric chair of Brad Sigmon and Freddie Owens on Wednesday. Sigmon was scheduled to die at the hands of state of South Carolina corrections officials on Friday. Owens was scheduled to die June 25. Those execution dates were originally set by the high […]

Charleston Forum kicking off 2021 series with education panel

The Charleston Forum will hold the first discussion of its 2021 event series June 22, a virtual panel addressing challenges and possible improvements in public education. Results from the group’s annual survey will also be released next week, focusing on policy issues around policing and criminal justice, economics and other social justice issues. “In our […]

Chasing Sage to open dining room June 23

Chasing Sage will open for dinner starting June 23.