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  1. TONIGHT: Boy George's 40-year career (and makeup) is still on fleekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    When Boy George and Culture Club performed in Cary, N.C. a few nights ago, the sky was not on their side at first. The B-52's, who took the stage after Tom Bailey of the Thompson Twins, had to cut their set short.

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  2. Zero Restaurant + Bar rolls out new happy hour menu, makes burger permanent fixtureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    Due to high demand Zero Restaurant + Bar has decided to make Chef Vinson Petrillo's juicy Royale with Cheese a permanent menu fixture. Served in foil featuring two patties in between mushrooms and onions with a "Kraft single fondue" and shaved truffles, the burger was the cover star of our 2017 Burger Week issue, and will now be making its appearance every evening in limited quantity for $18 at Zero.

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  3. The Artisanals join forces with Holy City Brewing, throw LP listening party at D'Al'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    The Artisanals are scheduled to throw their big-shebang album-release throwdown at the Pour House on Sat. Sept.

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  4. Charleston County Parks' AccessABILITY program hosts Special Needs Prom on Aug. 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission is dedicated to supporting social opportunities for Lowcountry residents with disabilities, and to celebrate unity in community, the Town of Mount Pleasant Recreation Department invites those with special needs to come as they are, and enjoy a night of dancing with friends from the Charleston area on Sat. Aug. 18. Families and caregivers are encouraged to tag along with participants to take joy in this groovy '80s themed dance party held at the R. L. Jones Center in Mt.

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  5. Charlton Singleton stepping down as director of Charleston Jazz Orchestra after 10 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    After 10 years of serving as the Charleston Jazz Orchestra's music director, trumpeter, emcee, and conductor Charlton Singleton is stepping down to continue performing and working as a music educator. Singleton will continue with the CJO through the end of season 10; CJO musician, saxophonist, and educator Robert Lewis will take over as director for the 2019 season.

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  6. Confessions of a Southern Charm Newbie: My First Reunion RuinedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    As some of you may know, for the past few seasons of writing about Southern Charm , I've never once touched on the reunion episodes that punctuate each season. This is partly because our network overlords don't always provide media previews for the reunion episodes, which leaves me with only a few less-than-legal options to view the show.

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  7. Get abstracted at North Chs. City Gallery's August exhibit, 'Inside Out'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    North Charleston City Gallery presents a group exhibition of works by Women of Expressive Abstracts this August, with an opening reception on Thurs. Aug. 2 from 5-7 p.m. Some of the exhibiting artists will be present during the reception and refreshments will be served.

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  8. Delay driving downtown this morning if possible, Charleston Police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    If possible, motorists are asked to delay their travel into downtown Charleston this morning due to flooded streets. Updates will be given as soon as possible.

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  9. Album Premiere: Pierce Alexander's debut EP got the Nashville treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    After years on the scene grind, Charleston indie-rock artist Pierce Alexander finally releases his debut EP today. Recorded at EastSide Manor Studios in Nashville, The Grand Scheme EP was produced and mixed by former Charlestonian Josh Kaler and Owen Biddle, who's a former member of The Roots.

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  10. Creative Mornings Charleston postponed due to flooding downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Charleston City Paper

    Here comes the rain Charleston. Normally we aren't posting about rain-soaked canceled events until at least September, but the downpours stop for no man.

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  11. Tourism transparency advocate files suit against Charleston mayor...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    After being escorted from a Charleston City Council meeting against his will, a fiery transparency advocate is suing the mayor of Charleston, the city, and the local police for alleged free speech violations and conspiracy. "My name is Skip Hoagland from Hilton Head, South Carolina, and I am here to help you," Hoagland said as he began to address Mayor John Tecklenburg and City Council on the evening of May 24. With a box full of "important docs" that he claimed demonstrated accommodations tax corruption among the state's various destination marketing organizations, Hoagland launched into a prepared statement that would spur his removal from the building.

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  12. A chat with Brian Wilson: He made Pet Sounds and quite possibly invented summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    Brian Wilson performed 30 songs at the Gaillard Center in 2015 and promises to deliver the same number of tracks at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on Wed. July 25. The first time I heard Pet Sounds , I had purchased the CD from 52.5 Records on Wentworth Street and headed straight to the beach by myself.

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  13. Due to weather, Charleston Margarita Festival 2018 has been rescheduled for August 3Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    With severe weather in the forecast ahead of Friday's scheduled Charleston Margarita Festival, the City Paper events crew has made the tough call to postpone the event and reschedule on Fri. Aug. 3. Tickets already purchased will be good for the new date, you will not need new tickets.

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  14. Slave Dwelling Project, Historic Charleston, and the Gaillard join...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    In one of the more ambitious multimedia/historical/artistic projects we've seen in a while, the Slave Dwelling Project, Historic Charleston Foundation, and the Gaillard Center are coming together to present Prints in Clay, an "artistic and educational exploration into the many contributions of African Americans to the history and culture of the community." The day-long event takes place on Sat.

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  15. Sorghum & Salt introduces new dish benefitting nonprofit No Kid HungryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    Dine for a good cause at Sorghum & Salt now through the end of August. The Coming Street restaurant is partnering up with Grow Carolina and Rosebank Farms to offer a new dish - Potatoes-Black Garlic-Cheese Curd-Chive Oil-Cheese Whey - from which a portion of the proceeds will go to benefitting No Kid Hungry, a campaign under the larger anti-hunger organization Share Our Strength, that works towards eliminating hunger in the United States by providing meals for children from low-income families and teaching their parents to cook affordable, healthy meals.

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  16. Whole Foods West Ashley announces opening date will be August 29Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    Whole Foods Market says that the new West Ashley location at 1125 Savannah Hwy. will open its doors Wed.

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  17. Famulari's hosts Christmas in July Market on Wed. July 25Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    Christmas is coming early this year - five months early to be exact, at Famulari's Brewing and Pizza Co. on James Island.

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  18. Italian artist's Audubon-inspired exhibit opening at Halsey in AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    The Image Hunter: On the Trail of John James Audubon , featuring new work by Italian artist Hitnes, opens at the Halsey on August 17 with a reception on Fri. Aug. 24 at 6:30 p.m. The exhibition is a culmination of The Image Hunter project in which Hitnes, who had an artist residency at the Halsey in 2017 and 2018, retraced Audubon's travels.

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  19. Following a week-long camp, local kids display art at Redux this Fri. July 20Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Charleston City Paper

    This week, Redux has been hosting an art and architecture camp for a lucky nine kids as part of their outreach program, "Home is Art." Redux introduced architect Kevan Hoertdoerfer to James Simons Elementary School, who then asked kids to design creative houses.

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  20. Live Music: Brian Wilson, Che Apalache, Sweet Crude, Neighbor LadyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 18 | Charleston City Paper

    Brian Wilson Presents Pet Sounds: The Final Performances Wed. July 25 8 p.m. $42-$111 North Charleston Performing Arts Center If you're thinking of staying home from Brian Wilson's North Charleston performance because you're afraid of seeing your heroes, you should really stop letting crappy clichA s tell you what to do with your life.

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