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Review: Piccolo exhibition seeks an anchor in post-pandemic storm

Matthew Nerber

Charleston’s City Gallery opened “Visual Vigil” by artist Susan Perkins last March, an exhibit that aimed to “represent the lives lost and communities affected by mass violence from 1903 through present day.” The show, scheduled to run through May 3, 2020, had been open for less than a week when the COVID-19 pandemic forced City […]

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Bluffton’s Lowcountry Fresh Market and Cafe now open, with BJ Dennis leading kitchen

Lowcountry Fresh is located at 303 Bleecker Street South in Bluffton, S.C.

Samantha Gaton releases shined-up version of 2018 single ‘Underwater’

Local singer-songwriter Samantha Gaton has loved music since she was a small child. “My mom would tell you that when I was a baby she used to sing me to sleep. According to her story, if she missed a word or a note, I would start crying. So I think music has always been a […]

Brack: State is awash in big spending

A righteous cynic might say the state of South Carolina is about to turn on a spigot of spending that would make a drunken sailor proud. But perhaps the state is finally starting to catch up on investments that it didn’t make for years in education, employee salaries and neglected infrastructure.   Members of the House […]

6/18 COVID-19 update: 120 cases; 2.0% positive; 1 death

What you need to know: The United States is set to invest $3.2 billion in COVID-19 antiviral development and manufacturing, including medicines designed to be taken at home to treat early symptoms, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. The investment will be allocated from the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package President Joe […]