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A day in the life of Bert’s Market (TEST)

Dustin Waters

The days at Bert’s Market start a lot earlier than the casual customer might think. From the time the last of the late-night crowd clears out, the third-shift get to work prepping for the morning. It starts with baking biscuits for the breakfast menu and brewing fresh coffee, which is free by the way, all […]

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Floodwaters persist downtown after weekend rain, high tide

Several downtown roads are still closed after Saturday’s rain continued into Sunday, flooding areas of the peninsula. And as high tide rolled in Sunday at 10:45 a.m., floodwaters had nowhere else to go, even after the rain had stopped. The peninsula received more than 5 inches of rain over the weekend, according to the National […]

Activists continue calls for justice in wake of Sutherland death

Activists gathered at 4 p.m. Saturday on the corner of King and Calhoun streets downtown to continue a call for action after Jamal Sutherland, a Black man living with mental illness, died in police custody Jan. 5 at the Al Cannon Detention Center. Black Lives Matter Charleston leader Marcus McDonald was on scene, playing trombone […]

Vertical Roots adds 3rd hydroponic farm in Atlanta

Charleston-based hydroponic container farm Vertical Roots added a third farm site in the Atlanta State Farmers Market June 8, when farm containers made the trip west from Charleston. Vertical Roots’ Atlanta farmers plan to produce lettuce at the facility within weeks and hope to have “Vertical Roots Georgia Grown” lettuce in grocery stores by July […]

Axelrod delights at Piccolo’s Sundown Poetry

In the atrium at the Gibbes Museum of Art, next to a window overlooking the beautiful gardens, a 77-year-old man stood in front of an audience and proclaimed his love for lying. “Telling the truth is boring, that’s why I became a poet,” David B. Axelrod, the poet laureate of Volusia County, Florida, said during […]