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  1. Lowcountry Local First awards 10 'local luminaries'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Charleston City Paper

    Lowcountry Local First - this year celebrating its tenth anniversary as a local nonprofit dedicated to supporting independent businesses - recently gathered to name 10 local leaders who have positively impacted the grassroots movement in Charleston. The 2017 local luminary award recipients are Jennifer Ferrebee of Verde, Joseph Fields of Joseph Fields Farms, Mariana Hay of Croghan's Jewel Box, Andrea Limehouse of Limehouse Produce, Jim Martin of Compost in My Shoe, Jennifer Murray of South State Bank, Christine Osborne of Wonder Works Toy Store, Steve Palmer of The Indigo Road restaurant group, Vic Rawl of Charleston County government, and David Thompson of David Thompson Architect.

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  2. The Agenda: School board wants to raise its salary; Transit hub gets...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Charleston City Paper

    CCSD Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait told an NAACP forum this week that the district needed to rethink how it pays teachers Charleston School District Superintendent is pushing an initiative to "think differently" about teacher compensation while the school board debates raising their own salaries by about $14,000 each without going through the normal processes that would require public debate. Source: P&C The Charleston Planning Commission says the proposed Charleston six-month development moratorium on James Island goes too far.

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  3. Office of Cultural Affairs receives two NEA grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 23 | Charleston City Paper

    You may have noticed a recent influx of posts about National Endowment of the Arts grants, with Charleston recipients including the Charleston Parks Conservancy and the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art . That's because the NEA recently announced and awarded their second major funding initiative of the fiscal year of 2017.

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  4. 30+ restaurants have signed on to participate in the Strawless Summer ChallengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Charleston City Paper

    If the turnout at Tuesday's Strawless Summer Challenge kickoff at Redux was any indication, Charleston does not, in fact, suck. According to Kate Dittloff, Surfrider Charleston Chapter Chair, and one of the organizers of the initiative designed to encourage local bars and restaurants to stop using plastic straws, the Strawless Summer launch party was a huge success and the program is gaining participants faster than you can slurp up a smoothie.

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  5. Blotter: Front porch flea-flickerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Charleston City Paper

    Blotter o' the Week: A woman reported three packages stolen from her front porch one afternoon. What did the thieves manage to list among their day's haul? Approximately $100 worth of dog flea medication.

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  6. Live Music: Those Lavender Whales; Monsters from Outer Space; City on Down; Reggae day partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Charleston City Paper

    Even before he was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor that rocked his world, Those Lavender Whales frontman Aaron Graves wrote songs that deftly blended wizened philosophical ponderings with quirky, loveable exuberance on top of adventurous, free-spirited indie folk-pop arrangements that had a sort of DIY grandeur to them. On the group's latest effort, My Bones are Singing , Graves' health struggles only seem to deepen the themes and fascinations that have long been intrinsic to his music.

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  7. Support your neighborhood cafe, or you may lose itRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Charleston City Paper

    We've read a few articles lately about how many restaurant closures - and openings - Charleston has seen this year. There's no doubt this is a foodie town, where locals and travelers alike seek new taste experiences.

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  8. Rutledge Cab Co. offers up a hearty take on the doughnut burger, but is it worth the experience?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Charleston City Paper

    Rutledge Cab Company's Glazed and Confused burger comes topped with candied bacon, cheddar cheese, and caramelized onions sandwiched between Krispy Kreme doughnuts There exists, in a special corner of the culinary world, a very interesting game of one-upmanship. We're not talking about the usual quest for perfect plating, full refinement, or the goal of elevating one's palate.

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  9. Charleston food and bev design trend spotting: shipping containersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Charleston City Paper

    In case you haven't watched HGTV lately, shipping container architecture is all the rage right now. From a proposal to replace slum housing in major cities with Container Skyscrapers from China's CRG Architects to Canadian " modpool " swimming pools crafted from repurposed shipping containers, the industrial steel boxes have become all purpose building blocks.

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  10. The Agenda: Is CofC the prettiest of them all?; Allendale schools resist takeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Charleston City Paper

    College of Charleston is one of 20 schools that have popped up in Travel+Leisure magazine's "Most Beautiful College" contest. Source: T+L A judge is expected to decide tomorrow whether S.C. solicitor David Pascoe can continue his investigation into two influential Statehouse consultants, one of whom is also a sitting lawmaker, who requested that he be removed from the case after they say a SLED raid on their office improperly broke attorney-client confidentiality.

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  11. It's back: Windjammer's Budweiser Bikini Bash returns this Sun. June 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Charleston City Paper

    We were worried. We hadn't heard a peep from the Windjammer about this year's Budweiser Bikini Bash, a long-standing tradition that features, well, Bud and bikinis.

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  12. 7 ways to sweat this SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    Synopsis : Alexa had noticed Titus the first day she stepped into the College of Charleston's fitness center. Sinewy legs, pulsing biceps, he could bench press a grown woman she'd thought, catching herself staring.

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  13. First-time candidate announces Democratic challenge to Mark Sanford by standing against Nancy PelosiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    Charleston lawyer Joe Cunningham became the first Democrat to announce a campaign to unseat Congressman Mark Sanford in the 1st District. Cunningham, 35, is currently a construction attorney at the downtown firm Lyles and Lyles.

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  14. Charleston city leaders clash over specialized audit for racial bias in police departmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    The ongoing debate between Charleston Area Justice Ministry and Charleston officials boiled over during Tuesday evening's meeting of City Council. For months, CAJM members have demanded that a specialized firm conduct an assessment of possible racial bias within the Charleston Police Department.

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  15. Crave Kitchen & Cocktails opening The Mill Street Tavern on Shem CreekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    Alarm bells may be going off about Shem Creek's water quality , but the appeal of building a restaurant on the Mt. P waterway hasn't diminished.

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  16. Three ways to celebrate the Summer Solstice, rain or shineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    The first day of summer and the longest day of the year andddd it's dreary as hell outside. Don't fret! There are still events being held tonight to celebrate the fiery ball in the sky.

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  17. National September 11 memorial designer to create Emanuel AME memorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    Last week Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church announced that architect Michael Arad, the designer of the National September 11 memorial in New York City, will design a memorial to honor the Emanuel Nine. Arad spoke at a press conference this weekend, saying, "Being asked to design this memorial is a humbling and tremendous responsibility.

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  18. The Agenda: RiverDogs say they're sorry for Tebowing; Norman wins ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    Yes, that is Tim Tebow with a baseball bat in his hands. Now we believe it. pic.twitter.com/rp08XcOfWx The Charleston RiverDogs got so much criticism from anonymous people on Twitter that the team GM said yesterday that they were sorry that they offended people for mocking the 29-year old minor league baseball player and Heisman Trophy winning former back-up NFL quarterback.

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  19. 14 excuses to drink local craft beer this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    Summer is officially here, and there is no shortage of beer-related happenings around town to celebrate the solstice. And if you can't attend one of these, don't worry, your local brewery certainly has plenty of libations to help enjoy the start of the season.

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  20. City honors local musician with John Spell DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Charleston City Paper

    Few artists have worked as long and contributed as much to the Charleston music scene as steel guitarist John Spell, who the city honors on June 21 with the observance of John Spell Day in conjunction with National Music Day. John Spell learned to play Hawaiian steel guitar at the age of six.

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