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Eat This Tonight: The best wieners in town

Kalyn Oyer

Ironically, National Hotdog Day fell the week Anthony Weiner’s wiener reappeared on the scene. So let’s celebrate, not by sexting gross pictures to each other, but by eating up America’s favorite ballpark food. We’ve compiled a list of our favorites, and — trust us — unlike the New York mayoral candidate, these all measure up.

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1/18 COVID-19 update: 2,946 cases; 23% positive; 8 deaths

COVID-19 updates: South Carolina health officials reported 2,946 new cases of the coronavirus on Monday, with 8 additional confirmed deaths. As of Saturday, officials say daily updates include all reported cases after the state resolved an internal issue that caused some data to be partially reported last week. With 12,806 tests reported Monday, 23% were positive. As of 1:46 p.m. Jan. […]

Kids invited to play for free at select Charleston golf courses

A Charleston character-building nonprofit has announced a new initiative that offers local kids and teens free rounds of golf at five area courses. First Tee – Greater Charleston’s Swing it Forward CHS initiative creates on-course golf experiences by removing barriers to make the game more accessible to all local youth. The program began Jan. 13. […]

Ranky Tanky members named CofC Alumni of the Year

Ranky Tanky keeps on winning. The College of Charleston announced Wednesday the Gullah quintet, comprised of CofC graduates, were the 2020 Alumni of the Year.

The Agenda: MLK remembered on national holiday; private schools see pandemic boost

MLK Day celebrated as nation prepares for inauguration of new administration. The 35th national celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. has particular resonance amid one of the most traumatic seasons in recent memory. Many local events and celebrations have been shifted into an online format to keep participants safe amid […]