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Call for applications: North Charleston Arts Fest and Piccolo Spoleto looking for 2020 participants It's hard to believe that the new year will be here in just over two short months, which means annual events like the North Charleston Arts Fest and Piccolo Spoleto Festival are already seeking talent for their 2020 roster. Entering its 38th year, the Nor
Charleston City Paper | 5 hours, 9 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Why Tecklenburg's true accomplishments in office should determine whether he deserves a second term I do not pretend to be an impartial observer in the race for mayor of Charleston, but it is important to me that the race be decided on the candidates' real accomplishments and not exaggerated ones. A recent mailing by the Tecklenburg campaign provides am
Charleston City Paper | 5 hours, 15 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
ArtFields introduces permanent gallery filled with works from past winners Lake City, S.C.'s annual arts festival and competition has recently opened a permanent gallery space filled with past ArtFields competition winners' artwork. Since 2013, Artfields winners have handed over the ownership of their work to the Lake City Creat
Charleston City Paper | 5 hours, 37 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Critics' Picks: The best arts events in town this week From live music to activism-inspired art, here's where were headed for our art fix this week.
Charleston City Paper | 8 hours, 16 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Fleet Landing celebrates 15 years with 15 days of food and drink specials Fleet Landing, best known as one of Charleston's only peninsular waterfront restaurants, celebrates 15 years in the town this year. From Nov. 15-30 head to the restaurant for food and drink specials, part of the "15 Days of Fleet." Guests can look forward
Charleston City Paper | 8 hours, 25 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Zero Restaurant + Bar's monthly wine seminars are designed for sippers of all stripes If you've ever taken a sip of wine and wondered to yourself "Wait ... is this how this wine is supposed to taste?", you're in luck. Faking it won't be necessary after attending Zero Restaurant + Bar's monthly wine seminars led by Advanced Sommelier Ashley
Charleston City Paper | 16 hours, 25 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Catholics release a potent dose of melodic goth-tinged post-rock Guilt, the new EP by Charleston band Catholics, takes several disparate musical styles and makes something unique. Singer-songwriter and guitarist Tyler Beall took his love of the towering, icy epics on The Cure's classic album Disintegration and mixed th
Charleston City Paper | 16 hours, 25 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Middleton Place cultivates inaugural fall festival celebrating their organic farm Upstream on the Ashley River is a familiar sight: Middleton Place, a plantation with 65 acres of elaborate gardens, buildings and stables marked with history, plus a modern inn and restaurant. While tourists come to explore the grounds, Jamie Yurgartis fa
Charleston City Paper | 16 hours, 25 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Soundchecks: Good Morning Bedlam, Allman Betts Band, Cubéo, Jordan Igoe, Mt. Joy FURIOUS FOLK | Good Morning Bedlam Wed. Oct. 23 5 p.m. Free Edmund's Oast Brewing Co. more¦
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Backwards and forwards with Chick Corea Jazz maestro Chick Corea's interest in performing was piqued at a young age through some rather powerful gestures made by his trumpet-playing father.
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