Charleston Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Redux's current exhibition, 'The Talking Cure,' is multifacetedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Charleston City Paper

    Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, believed that mental ailments could be "cured" by talking through them. This theory is what inspired Melissa Stern's exhibition The Talking Cure , which has been on display at Redux since May, and will be open until Sat.

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  2. Danny McBride reveals how he recruited Bill Murray for 'Vice Principals'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Charleston City Paper

    As you may already know, Danny McBride's new series, Vice Principals was filmed at various locations in and around Charleston. The show is centered around two school officials, played by McBride and Walter Goggins, who are in competition to obtain the title of vice principal at the high school where they work.

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  3. Check out Deanne Bowers' Creative Reuse exhibition now through the end of JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Charleston City Paper

    Charleston may have been voted the No. 1 city by Travel + Leisure readers again, but local artist Deane Valentine Bowers contends that despite its beauty, Charleston is dirty.

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  4. H1GHER LEARNING partners with RiverDogs to create new Charleston Night CapRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Charleston City Paper

    KJ Kearney, the founder and director of local nonprofit H1GHER LEARNING, has created a New Era 9FIFTY snapback hat for the Charleston RiverDogs called the Charleston Night Cap. "This is the first time anyone outside of the RiverDogs organization has been afforded the opportunity to design their own cap," says Kearney.

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  5. Judge denies request to advance state trial for Dylann RoofRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Charleston City Paper

    A request from state prosecutors to advance the start date for the trial of accused Emanuel AME Church shooter Dylann Roof was rejected earlier this week. After attorneys for both sides voiced their concerns over the trial schedule, Circuit Judge J.C. Nicholson said he will likely delay the start of jury selection by more than a month.

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  6. Giant live oak falls inside College of Charleston Cistern YardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Charleston City Paper

    There's a little less shade at CofC's Cistern Yard this afternoon after one of the statuesque live oaks fell from its position lining the school's grassy quad on George Street. Initial reports of the tree falling floated across social media around 1:30 this afternoon along with word that nobody was hurt.

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  7. Chef Jon Cropf leaves Vendue's The Drawing Room restaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Charleston City Paper

    "The word 'vendue' translates literally as 'sold,' a nod to French auctioneers who conducted trade here post-1785. And 'sold' I am on this place.

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  8. Marchers gather at Marion Square to speak out against police violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Charleston City Paper

    A crowd of hundreds gathered at Marion Square Wednesday evening to speak out against racially motivated police violence following the recent shootings of two black men in Minnesota and Louisiana. One of the event's organizers, Paris Simmons, made it clear that the demonstration was not intended to be a riot or a rally.

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  9. Mother Emanuel-inspired exhibition closes this SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Charleston City Paper

    Last month art galleries and other venues around Charleston presented exhibitions honoring the Emanuel Nine. One show, The Holy City: Art of Love, Unity, and Resurrection , is still going strong.

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  10. The Agenda: Tim Scott recounts police profiling; Thousands of abusers ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Charleston City Paper

    The Dewberry, a luxury hotel in the old federal building on Marion Square, will open additional rooms later this month after receiving a temporary certificate of occupancy. Source: P&C Hearing another request from prosecutors to reschedule accused Emanuel gunman Dylann Roof's state trial, Judge J.C. Nicholson said yesterday that "the horse was out of the barn" and that it was too late to shuffle the schedule now.

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  11. 1/2 burgers @ Vickery's on Shem CreekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Charleston City Paper

    Celebrate with the winner of the Bud and Burger Battle of Shem Creek! Stop by Monday thru Thursday between 11:30AM and 4:00PM, and receive half off of your regular menu item burger.

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  12. U.S. comic book ambassador coming to Captain's ComicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Charleston City Paper

    One of America's very first comic book ambassadors is set to visit Charleston to unveil his new series Cryptocracy . Earlier this year, Van Jensen, a writer known for his work on DC's Flash and Green Lantern Corps , was enlisted by the U.S. Embassy in Tbilisi, Georgia, to visit the country and work with Georgian student group Empowered Women to create a new comics promoting gender equality and nonviolence.

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  13. Closed for Business and Monza temporarily closedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Charleston City Paper

    Closed for Business and Monza, which share a building, are both temporarily closed due to structural failure in Monza's kitchen. "It's nothing too dramatic," says CFB and Monza's manager, Susan Laurent, "But we want to make sure the rest of the building is structurally safe."

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  14. Attorneys jockey for scheduling of Dylann Roof's state trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Charleston City Paper

    State and federal attorneys continue to grapple over how and when the fate of accused Emanuel AME Church shooter Dylann Roof will be decided. Late last month, Ninth Circuit Solicitor Scarlett Wilson asked that Roof's state trial precede his federal trial, which is scheduled to begin with a final round of jury selection on Nov. 7. In her request, the lead prosecutor for the state called the current trial schedule problematic, arguing that the federal trial date poses a burden to the families of the victims and undermines the state's efforts to pursue the death penalty.

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  15. Gaillard Center offers one-day sale todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Charleston City Paper

    Today the Gaillard Center is offering one pair of $50 tickets, available for 22 shows, for in-person buyers. This Sizzling Summer Extravaganza is only available for single ticket sales, with each buyer limited to purchasing one pair of tickets.

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  16. The Agenda: Haley releases thousands of pages of post-Emanuel emails; ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Charleston City Paper

    In the past two days in two separate incidents in opposite corners of the country, local police have been filmed during incidents in which two black men were shot and killed by officers. Source: WaPo, NYT The Governor's Office released more than 10,000 pages of printed and redacted emails documenting correspondence sent to the governor in the days following the Emanuel AME shooting last year.

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  17. Live Music: The Royal Tinfoil, Heyrocco, The Savants of Soul, The Kenny George BandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Charleston City Paper

    If only every band knew how to own the look like the Savants of Soul, an always suited-up 1960s, Motown-style band out of Gainesville, Fla. With a troupe that's 10-members-strong - Justin McKenzie , Chelsea Oxendine , Austin Van Wie , John Gray Shermyen , Zack Emerson , Alex Klausner , Jason Beverung , David Rinehart , Ray Vigil ,and Mandy Moo - the Savants of Soul mean business, y'all.

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  18. Charleston named World's Best City by readers of Travel + LeisureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Charleston City Paper

    We did it, everybody. We're No. 1. Charleston has not only been named the top city in North America and Canada by Travel + Leisure , but we've also claimed the title as World's Best City.

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  19. Peeking behind the curtain with Charleston's illusionistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Charleston City Paper

    Kellar O'Neil, also known as the Southern Charmer, hosts live performances in the Palmetto Crescent Parlour in downtown Charleston How does one arrive at a life as an illusionist? In the 1820s, Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin, widely regarded as one of the fathers of modern magic, stumbled upon the craft by accident. The son of a French watchmaker, the young Robert-Houdin had planned to follow in his father's footsteps until an absent-minded bookseller sent him home with the wrong package.

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  20. Marcus Amaker talks about being Charleston's first poet laureateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Charleston City Paper

    In addition to his new role as the city's poet laureate, Marcus Amaker is also a successful graphic designer In DuBose Heyward's poem "Dusk," the Porgy author writes of the profound influence that Charleston has on his art and perception of the world. Equal parts muse and motivation, Heyward concludes his ode to the Holy City by stating, "Hers are the eyes through which I look on life and find it brave and splendid.

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