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Attractions

This little city of ours boasts neighborhoods, city life, and attractions like no other. We take pride in The College of Charleston’s new library, and we love the fact that the Market was acknowledged as Best Tourist Trap, although Hyman’s Seafood Restaurant was nipping at its heels while the votes were being tallied. Marion Square […]

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

Two Charleston fitness instructors launch Juiceheads

Juiceheads canned juice is available in two different flavors at The Works.

Brack: Mind-numbing, time-wasting abortion debate on the table again

Here we go again. South Carolina is wading into a divisive abortion debate before anything else happens in the state Senate to appease the GOP’s conservative base. It’s a futile effort that’s ultimately unconstitutional and a huge waste of time and money. But these legislator knuckleheads don’t really care. They want to ram it through […]

After COVID-19 levels touch records, DHEC shifts to mitigation

South Carolina health officials announced late Thursday that the state will shift its efforts from containment to community mitigation to slow the spread of the coronavirus as case numbers set new records in recent weeks. The Department of Health and Environmental Control reported 1,845 new cases of the coronavirus and 93 COVID-19-related deaths today. With […]

The Agenda: Some teachers want students in classrooms; Biden taps Harrison

Biden taps Harrison to lead DNC as chair. President-elect Joe Biden picked South Carolina native Jaime Harrison to lead the Democratic National Committee just two months after his failed Senate bid against U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, a campaign that propelled him onto the national stage. Source: The New York Times Biden’s $1.9 trillion plan to […]