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Charleston Ballet Academy revives the forgotten Russian tale of The Fairy Doll The Fairy Doll is like the phoenix of Russian ballet. It's faded in and out of the cultural repertoire repeatedly throughout its history. Even today, it remains largely unknown. But on April 26, this persistent production will take the stage once more a
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PHOTOS: Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds play Volvo Car Stadium on April 20 Read full story for latest details.
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Spoleto Scene kicks off with a Shakedown at Memminger ahead of the 2019 season Pineapples and palms. Breezy cabanas. A bomb diggity DJ. Are we at Spoleto Scene's Shakedown or some tropical Lowcountry hybrid party? The answer is both. Every year, organizers are confronted with converting the the Memminger Auditorium black box into
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Citadel offering free, all-girl cybersecurity summer camp Coding is important, so they keep telling us, and Charleston students will have the opportunity to learn how to do it from experts at The Citadel this summer. The downtown military college is hosting a five-day, free summer camp for 8th through 12th grade
Charleston City Paper | Apr 20, 2019 12:12 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Gibbes Museum hosts 10th annual street party this May with more than 30 local restaurants Each spring, the Gibbes throws the most epic street party on the peninsula, with bites and sips from local chefs and bartenders, plus live music and themed entertainment — i.e. a dancing dragon snaking through the 2016's "Year of the Gibbes" fete. This
Charleston City Paper | Apr 19, 2019 8:11 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Swig & Swine in Summerville is back open, 10 months after fire [embed-1] Yesterday, Swig & Swine Summerville announced they were officially back up and running after a 10 month rebuild. The restaurant was forced to close after a June 2018 fire left a quarter of the building "ravaged," though no one was hurt — firef
Charleston City Paper | Apr 19, 2019 6:02 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Weekend Roundup: 24 things to do this weekend in Charleston Severe weather threats are rolling in on Friday, but the rest of the Easter weekend looks fine. Whether you're celebrating Easter (with brunch or a bunch of eggstravaganzas) or 4/20 with some dank events, here are 24 things going on this weekend.
Charleston City Paper | Apr 19, 2019 5:10 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
FRIDAY CLOSINGS: Threat of severe weather forcing Charleston-area schedule shifts If you can't already tell, it's very windy outside. There's a big storm blowing through the area and conditions are expected to worsen later this afternoon — according to The National Weather Service, Charleston is in the line of strong winds (40-50 mph
Charleston City Paper | Apr 19, 2019 4:52 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Tim McGraw joins Pulitzer winner Jon Meacham for their Songs of America book tour Country legend and Grammy award-winner Tim McGraw and Pulitzer-Prize winner Jon Meacham have joined together to write a book — and it's getting its own tour. The Songs of America tour will come to the Gaillard Center on June 11 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go
Charleston City Paper | Apr 19, 2019 4:19 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Baker & Brewer now allowed to pour beer, celebrate with $3 house drafts all weekend [embed-1] After first being denied their liquor license and opening as BYOB on Fri. March 29, Baker and Brewer announced Friday morning that they've won their fight in court and are now pouring the good stuff. more¦
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