THEATER REVIEW: The Tragedian


Thus Always to Hamlet: A fantastic one-man show for theater lovers

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3/6 COVID-19 update: 792 cases; 4.3% positive; 15 deaths

Charleston City Paper Staff

COVID-19 updates: South Carolina health officials reported 792 new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, with 15 additional confirmed deaths. As of 3:03 p.m. March 6 via S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control: With 28,294 tests reported Saturday, 4.3% were positive. Confirmed cases in S.C.: 449,151 (+792)Total positive cases in Charleston County: 38,640 (+62)Total positive cases in Berkeley […]

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3/6 COVID-19 update: 792 cases; 4.3% positive; 15 deaths

COVID-19 updates: South Carolina health officials reported 792 new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, with 15 additional confirmed deaths. As of 3:03 p.m. March 6 via S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control: With 28,294 tests reported Saturday, 4.3% were positive. Confirmed cases in S.C.: 449,151 (+792)Total positive cases in Charleston County: 38,640 (+62)Total positive cases in Berkeley […]

Enough Pie looking for artists to help awaken Vivian Moultrie Park

Enough Pie is calling for artists to participate in the next step of its project “In Bloom: Awakening Vivian Moultrie Park.”

Vivian Howard’s Lenoir pops up ahead of anticipated spring opening

Lenoir will serve patty melts at Graft on Saturday.

Brack: State doing better than you might think, feel

Our roadways are busy. Traffic is back. If you walk on downtown streets, there are more people than in a long time. Tourists are returning. Restaurants are opening. Airports are picking up steam. While South Carolina’s infection rate for COVID-19 remains one of the highest in the nation, we seem hellbent on getting back to normal — even though […]