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  1. Spoleto's Nigel Redden to speak on the fest's 40 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

    On Tues. May 10 at 12 p.m., Nigel Redden, the general director of Spoleto USA, will speak at Blue Bicycle Books ' Charleston author series, held at Halls Chophouse.

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  2. Theatre 99 launches fundraising comedy seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

    Theatre 99 has just launched a new comedy series called Give 'Em a Hand, a quarterly comedy show where 100 percent of proceeds go to a local charity. The first show, a mix of stand-up, improv, and sketch, will be held on Thurs.

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  3. Caviar & Bananas will open Nashville location in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Charleston City Paper

    Caviar & Bananas owners has announced that they will open their fifth location in Nashville in 2017, the first location outside of South Carolina. C&B currently has two downtown Charleston locations, with plans for two new spots to open in both Greenville and the Charleston International Airport this year.

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  4. Live Music: Pop-Up Charleston; Honeysmoke; Glass Lashes; Leave a Beautiful MemoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    Glass Lashes' sound is best represented by their song "Hollywood Halloween." It's an intriguing ball of glitzy, gothy, riff-heavy chaos that pulls equally from punk's pure attitude, glam rock's sleazy shimmer, and the electronic pulse of dance music.

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  5. If you like the idea of public floggings, you'll love Nehemiah ActionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    In 2007 the city of North Charleston received a dubious honor: it was named the 7th most dangerous city in the U.S. And the news couldn't have come at a worse time. North Charleston was on the cusp of a renaissance.

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  6. S.C. Aquarium featured on 'Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin,' debuting May 7Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    If Daytime Emmy Award-nominated travel and adventure programs are your cup of tea, then you may want to check out next week's episode of Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin, airing on WCIV, Sat. May 7 at 9:30 a.m. The episode features the S.C. Aquarium's sea turtle rescue program, where Corwin chats with biologists about sea turtle conservation, and highlights some of the program's most endangered sea turtles.

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  7. Mary Alice Monroe is giving away a free weddingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    I recently interviewed Mary Alice Monroe for the debut of her newest novel, A Lowcountry Wedding , and we got to talking about the hype around the book, including a pretty sweet release party tomorrow . Monroe let me in on a secret that means nothing to me, but should be very valuable for brides-to-be ... she's giving away a free wedding - one that's valued at $40,000.

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  8. New Eastside music venue The Commodore holds its grand opening tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    Back in the '50s and '60s, Charleston left its mark in the jazz world with not only its first-class musicians, like Oscar Rivers, but also its nightclubs, including the East Side's former gem, A Touch of Class. Closed for 20 years now, the 504 Meeting St. club will reopen its doors tonight with a grand opening as The Commodore, the latest venture from the Palace Hotel's Taylor Grant.

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  9. City Council backs county in I-526 completionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    The decision, which passed without the support of councilmen Mike Seekings and William Dudley Gregory, means the city will join Charleston County in requesting that the state's Transportation Infrastructure Bank give them until the end of the year to come up with a funding plan for the highway's completion. Suggested solutions for making up the more than $300 million shortfall include a referendum for a countywide capital projects sales tax and possible tolls.

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  10. Butcher and Bee's new NoMo location opens tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    Contain your rage, NoMo haters. I bring you good tidings of great sandwich joy. Butcher & Bee's new Morrison Drive location opens today at 4 p.m. The restaurant will be open for dinner on Wed., Thurs., Sat., and Sun.

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  11. Telegram EP now streaming on the Joseph Coker PodcastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    The Joseph Coker Podcast, run by local musician, comedian, and kids' jiu jitsu instructor Joseph Coker, announced yesterday that the show would stream the 2004 EP by post-punk rock band Telegram, for which Eric Brantley played guitar. "Last week, a lovable personality was taken from our community here in Charleston," Coker said in a post.

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  12. City to hold public listening session on hotel developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    The continued growth of Charleston's tourism industry has been a major boon for the local economy, but as more and more hotels pop up along the peninsula, many are worried that city residents are getting the shaft. Earlier this year, Charleston City Council were prepared to consider a possible one-year moratorium on new hotel applications south of Mt.

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  13. Mary Alice Monroe's latest novel goes down smoothRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    Mary Alice Monroe and I have the same birthday, May 25. This is the first thing I tell her, giddily, because I've just finished her book, and I'm an instant fan of the author who has been heralded as the Queen of Lowcountry fiction. She laughs, telling me about a close friend who also has the same birthday as her, right down to the year.

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  14. The top five things to see at the North Charleston Arts FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    Be it American-folk-rockers like Zack Joseph & the Society or the boldly colored paintings of Lisa Shimko , the North Charleston Arts Fest has something for everyone While it would be an exaggeration to call Montague Avenue the new downtown, this stretch of North Charleston is far from sleepy. Park Circle is bustling every night - with good food, cold drinks, and plenty of live music and comedy acts.

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  15. Cure's nostalgic plates will suit those in the mood for a retro mealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    Cure's Kansas City strip is topped with maitre de' hotel butter and a side of the restaurant's signature sauce If this were the first sentence of a sci-fi romance novel, then Cure would be a star-crossed time traveler. A holdover from simpler times, the restaurant's round leather booths and Frank Sinatra soundtrack collude with the old school menu to provide a time capsule to 1961: oysters Rockefeller, steak tartare, and prime rib.

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  16. Houndmouth lost a key band member at the worst timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    For the best window into the New Albany, Ind. band Houndmouth's raucous, ragged rock 'n' roll side, go straight to track three on their newest album, Little Neon Limelight .

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  17. Dave Rawlings is out to prove that the Music City machine is obsoleteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    To call Dave Rawlings one of the world's greatest living songwriters is more than lip service. It's a statement now backed by a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Americana Music Association, Nashville's premier booster of folk and country music not bound for pop radio.

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  18. Eternal Troubadour proves the musician wasn't just a novelty actRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    "I've lived a life that's full, I've traveled each and every highway, but more, much more than this, I did it my way." Tiny Tim's rendition of Paul Anka's "My Way," included on the 1980 album Chameleon , never threatened to displace the versions by Sinatra or Elvis, but no singer can lay greater claim to having done things his own way than Herbert Khaury, who at about age 30 came to be known as Tiny Tim.

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  19. GrowFood Carolina looks to keep the state's smallest farms growingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    At least 80 percent of the local population could be fed with food grown within 50 miles of Charleston, reports a study by professors Andrew Zumkehr and J. Elliott Campbell from the University of California. But according to Sara Clow, general manager of GrowFood Carolina, a local food hub that works to support 80 farms throughout the state, less than 10 percent of what we eat in South Carolina is grown here.

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  20. Blotter: Come wake me upRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    Blotter o' the Week: A gentleman decided to take an afternoon nap on the couch in a coffee shop downtown. After refusing several requests by employees to wake up and leave, the man eventually woke long enough to ask all the customers in the store for some cash, according to an incident report.

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