Weekend Roundup: 30+ ways to leap into February, Charleston


Terrence Edwards

Events for the weekend of Jan. 30-Feb. 2

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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 […]

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The Blotter is taken from reports filed with Charleston Police Department between Jan. 6 and Jan. 10. No one described in this section has been found guilty, just unlucky. BLOTTER O’ THE WEEK: Officers attempted to remove a drunk man from a bus, only to have him yell repeated profanities and vulgar remarks about sexual […]

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