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  1. Distil Union introduces line of iPhone cases with local artists' designsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

    If you love local art, but hate leaving it behind on your walls, now, thanks to Distil Union, you can take the work of creative minds like Patch Whisky and Becca Barnet with you everywhere you go. The company behind nifty MagLock sunglasses and chic leather Wally wallets is now selling iPhone wearable art for a cool $59 a pop.

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  2. CMH presents 'Spruill,' featuring works depicting North Charleston's Spruill AvenueRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

    Charleston Music Hall has more than just music, ya know. Recently the Hall has featured art exhibits in its upstairs lobby, bringing a free-and-open-to-the-public display of art to a multipurpose venue.

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  3. Former Gentry restaurant will become a retail spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

    Don't look for another restaurant to open where The Gentry and Sermet's once stood. Mark Mark Regalbuto of Renew Urban Charleston says that the second and third floors of 276 King St. will become condos and the street level space will be retail.

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  4. The Agenda: Trump pays back McMaster, Charleston tops list of small cities, more bad news for SCANARead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

    President Donald Trump made a fairly uneventful stop in Greenville to speak at a fundraiser for one of his earliest political supporters, Gov. Henry McMaster. Of course, it was Trump's decision to tap then-South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to serve as U.N. ambassador that allowed McMaster to step into his current position.

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  5. Get in the Halloween spirit with these film and theater productionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Charleston City Paper

    Halloween does not have to be synonymous with blood, guts, and sexy fill in the blanks downing pumpkin spice Fireball shots at bars. In between ice luges and costume contests, you can enjoy a more sophisticated Halloween at the following area productions, appropriately themed for all Hallows Eve.

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  6. Founder of Art Pot Multicultural center paints Hanahan fire station muralRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Charleston City Paper

    Who says you can't find art everywhere you turn? You can find a pretty incredible mural from local Latino artist Maribel Acosta if you happen to swing by Hanahan's Fire Department station No. 1 The mural was revealed this past weekend as part of the Fire Dept.'

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  7. Harris Teeter's produce department remains closed following...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Charleston City Paper

    Talk about a crappy day. On Sun. Oct. 15, a "disgruntled former contractor" allegedly unleashed a shitstorm at the West Ashley Harris Teeter at St. Andrews Shopping Center.

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  8. Hallo-scream-worthy: Where to buy costumes in CharlestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Charleston City Paper

    It's Friday the 13th y'all. Cue scary movie soundtracks and things that go bump in the night, because this superstitious CP writer can tell you firsthand that around here , we don't take Halloween lightly.

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  9. Weekend Roundup: from rum festivals to rope courses, here's how to spend your weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Charleston City Paper

    TGIF, unless, of course, you are one of those people with a phobia of the number 13, specifically when it falls on a Friday. Fun fact: the correct term for this is paraskevidekatriaphobia.

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  10. Boeing employee arrested after allegedly using company equipment to transfer child pornRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Charleston City Paper

    A 47-year-old North Charleston man faces 10 charges of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor after allegedly using company equipment to transfer child pornography. On Aug. 7, a detective with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office was notified by Boeing that several digital files containing "depictions of minors engaged in sexual activity" were located on external storage devices belonging to employee Pitak Ot Eachus, according to an arrest affidavit.

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  11. Warehouse's Chef Jason Daly reveals his new menu tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Charleston City Paper

    Warehouse's new Chef Jason Daly has been running the show at the Spring Street restaurant for a month now and in between getting settled in Charleston and meeting local celebs like Thomas Ravenel, the chef has come up with a new menu. According to a press release, Daly brings an "elevated approach" to Warehouse's offerings.

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  12. CEO of Gotcha Group, Sean Flood, speaks at next Friday's Creative MorningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Charleston City Paper

    Creative Mornings Charleston recently celebrated its third birthday. For the past three years, the free breakfast lecture series has featured local, talented speakers every month, speaking on the same topic as other Creative Mornings chapters around the world.

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  13. Eating local isn't always betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Charleston City Paper

    There is a term that I learned a year ago that I love called "stigmatized knowledge." Stigmatized knowledge is when you believe something to be true despite most experts saying it's false.

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  14. Call for art: Redux, The Southern, North CHS Arts FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Charleston City Paper

    Calling all artists! Your handy work is needed at two galleries and one festival pronto. Redux Contemporary Art Studio, 15th annual art auction, held Wed.

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  15. Book of Mormon announces lottery tickets for next week's run at NCHS PacRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Charleston City Paper

    The Book of Mormon begins its North Charleston Performing Arts Center run next Tues. Oct. 17, with performances each night through Sun.

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  16. This year's Charleston Comedy Festival Stand-Up Competition canceledRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Charleston City Paper

    For 10 years, Charleston Comedy Festival has been celebrating the local stand-up scene by hosting its annual Stand-up Competition. The grueling process - which involves four preliminary rounds, followed by semi-final rounds, and a final Stand-Up Competition Winners Showcase - has named some of the best comics in the city.

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  17. South Carolina Underground Film Festival kicks off in North Charleston on Nov. 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Charleston City Paper

    Go underground next month with the South Carolina Underground Film Festival , held Nov. 11-12 at Park Circle's Olde Village Community building. The festival is all-inclusive, screening indie films made by both novice and professional filmmakers.

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  18. New York based comedy trio Postmen visits Theatre 99 Sat. Nov 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Charleston City Paper

    New York based sketch comedy trio Postmen - comprised of Carmen Christopher , Matt Barats and Anthony Oberbeck - is headed to Charleston for a one-hour, in your face show. The members first met in Chicago where they helped start the critically acclaimed "Kill All Comedy" collective .

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  19. International African American Museum now accepting contributions from small donorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Charleston City Paper

    While most people are likely unable to match Lake City-native Darla Moore's recent $1 million donation to the International African American Museum, there is still a way to contribute to the museum effort. Set to break ground in early 2018, the $75 million museum is relying on public and private funds.

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  20. Apples on sticks, Catfish Sundaes, and Deana Carter -...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Charleston City Paper

    It's state fair season, y'all. Play along with us and imagine there's a chill in the air - we promise it pairs better with sticky cotton candy fingers, tilt-a-whirls, and balloon pops .

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