This year's After Hours at the Aquarium series features oysters, wine, jazz, and more

S.C. Aquarium

Shuck, sip, and watch them swim

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Halloween 2020: Masks on masks and social-distanced spooks

Connor Simonson

Halloween 2020 is sure to be like no other we’ve experienced, but that does not mean it’s canceled. With masked masquerades, socially distanced costume contests, drive-in theaters, and more, we’re bringing your Halloween plans back from the dead. LET THE FRIGHTS COME TO YOU (DRIVE INS AND REMOTE EVENTS) For the West Ashley folks; the […]


Yes! I’m a Feminist moves online, benefitting CofC Women’s and Gender Studies program

The annual Yes! I’m a Feminist benefit party at the College of Charleston has moved online this year, inviting supporters to sign on and donate to the school’s Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) program. This year marks the eighth year of the Yes! I’m a Feminist fundraiser, which helps expand opportunities for students majoring, minoring […]

Work underway on Brigade Street pedestrian-safety project

The South Carolina Department of Transportation began work this week in partnership with the city of Charleston on safety and connectivity improvements along Brigade Street from the future Lowcountry Lowline, under Interstate 26, to Huguenin Avenue, one block west of Morrison Drive. The improvements are directly targeted to benefit people walking, cycling, taking public transit […]

New Frothy Beard IPA benefits Charleston Moves

Frothy Beard will donate all proceeds from its newest beer to Charleston Moves.

The Agenda: McMaster’s emergency power in question; Exceptions added to anti-abortion bill

Bill tweaking governor’s emergency powers heads to House. A bill that would allow South Carolina legislators to have the chance to change or end a prolonged state of emergency from S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster passed the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday. McMaster reportedly supports the bill. Source: Associated Press S.C. state rep launches committee to challenge […]