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  1. Sold to Post and Courier OwnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 2 | Free Times

    Charleston-based Evening Post Industries, which publishes The Post and Courier , has bought Free Times from Resorts Media LLC. The terms of the sale were not disclosed. "This move is a natural extension of Evening Post's mission to build community," said P.J. Browning, senior vice president of Evening Post Industries and publisher of The Post and Courier .

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  2. Erectile Dysfunction Bill AdvancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 27 | Free Times

    A stunt bill proposed by Rep. Mia McLeod, a Richland County Democrat, is making its way through the S.C. House. Under McLeod's bill, a man who wants a prescription for Viagra, Cialis or another erectile dysfunction drug would have to get a notarized affidavit from a sexual partner, undergo a cardiac stress test and get sexual counseling, among other measures.

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  3. With Power Company Collective, Performance Art Joins ArtFieldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 25 | Free Times

    Slowly but surely, Lake City's ArtFields is adding performance art to its annual nine-day competition and festival. This year, the Power Company Collective presents The Home Project , an interactive, multidisciplinary installation in the somewhat-ramshackle Atlantic Coast Line Warehouse in Lake City.

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  4. Interview: Evelyn DeVere of the Wham Bam Glitter Glam Burlesque TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | Free Times

    What would Donald Trump say about Evelyn DeVere, a Charleston-based burlesque artist who puts herself on stage often with nothing more than a feather boa? Whatever the fat-walleted presidential candidate might say, it probably wouldn't be good.

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  5. Bridging Visual Art and Music, Art Bar Agora Unifies the SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 5 | Free Times

    ET Anderson will headline the indoor music stage at Agora IX with a Velvet Underground cover set. Photo by Jordan Lawrence Art Bar Agora, the combination art fair and music showcase that returns to the Vista nightspot for the ninth time this weekend, used to happen twice a year.

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  6. The Confounding, Interactive Performance Art of Dumpster Cookies Beckons You to Dance with MonstersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2016 | Free Times

    "Explosion art," Rebecca Jane says in a moment of revelation. That's what she calls the work of Dumpster Cookies - a Charleston performance art duo formed in 2011 by herself and best bud Blake Godsey.

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  7. Charleston Electro-Pop Duo Slow Runner Reunites, Bringing the Same Irrepressible Energy, New MaturitRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2016 | Free Times

    Charleston electro-pop duo Slow Runner is back after a three-year hiatus, returning rejuvenated on the freshly released New Monsters. The split came in 2013, after the duo had been at it for a decade - caused partially by Josh Kaler's decision to leave Charleston for Nashville, partially by a solo strikeout by Michael Flynn, which spurred the electronic-driven 2014 LP Face in the Cloud.

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  8. Charleston Electro-Pop Duo Slow Runner ReunitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2016 | Free Times

    Charleston electro-pop duo Slow Runner is back after a three-year hiatus, returning rejuvenated on the freshly released New Monsters. The split came in 2013, after the duo had been at it for a decade - caused partially by Josh Kaler's decision to leave Charleston for Nashville, partially by a solo strikeout by Michael Flynn, which spurred the electronic-driven 2014 LP Face in the Cloud.

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  9. 2016 SceneSC SamplerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2016 | Free Times

    Curated by David Stringer, leader of the dedicated local music blog, each compilation collects songs, many previously unreleased, from the very best indie rock and folk-leaning acts this state has to offer. Highlights and compelling narratives abound, with a signature blend of names both new and familiar.

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  10. Live Review: St. Pat's in Five PointsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2016 | Free Times

    St. Pat's in Five Points Columbia March 19, 2016 I had warned The Front Bottoms frontman Brian Sella earlier this week that St. Pat's in Five Points was, well, kind of a s#!tshow. Maybe that's why he opened with "Skeleton," a cut off the band's 2013 LP Talon of the Hawk .

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  11. Ethics Commissioner, Attorney General at Odds Over Ethics OpinionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2016 | Free Times

    Attorney General Alan Wilson's office should not have issued a legal opinion regarding whether lawmakers can use their office or campaign funds to enrich themselves, a commissioner on the State Ethics Commission said Wednesday. The commissioner also believes Wilson's office reached the wrong conclusion on one of the questions posed by First Circuit Solicitor David Pascoe, who is leading an investigation into state lawmakers.

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  12. Fundraising Group Offers Haley Political Sledgehammer in Final Years of TermRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2016 | Free Times

    Gov. Nikki Haley has repeatedly demanded in the last few years that fellow Republican colleagues in the General Assembly support reform of the porous and vague laws that govern legislators' ethics. In speeches, on Facebook and on her campaign website, Haley has named names of fellow Republicans who have gotten in the way of her agenda.

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  13. Bud Light / Fox 102.3 StageRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2016 | Free Times

    Greene Street Isabelle's Gift - 12:15 p.m. This veteran local rock crew loves nothing more than to incite a reaction, whether it be sporting the Confederate flag - in the tattoos on singer Chris Sutton's shins and in the band's "Confedagram" logo - or the raunchy, raw rock 'n' roll it's been pumping out for years. But don't discount shallower fare such as "Titty Bar Superstar," as the majority of the band's catalog is a perfect antidote to the gradual Nickelback-ing of modern radio rock.

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  14. Chicken Bog Is a Deceptively Simple Carolina TraditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2016 | Free Times

    For native South Carolinians, chicken bog is nothing new. Its name may differ depending on whom you talk to, whether it is called chicken bog, chicken pilau, chicken "purloo" or just plain chicken and rice.

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  15. Kevin Kinney of the 30-Years-Strong Drivin' N Cryin' Looks Back - And ForwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2016 | Free Times

    Drivin' N Cryin', that veteran crew that produced guitar-centric '90s staples such as "Straight to Hell" and "Fly Me Courageous," turns 30 this year. At the time, those songs exemplified the kind of tuneful, affable rock emanating from the Southeast.

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  16. River Rocks Music Festival Unveils Diminished Lineup in the Wake of October's Historic FloodingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2016 | Free Times

    In years past, the annual River Rocks Music Festival , a big fundraiser for the Congaree Riverkeeper, has boasted top-notch folk-rock headliners bolstered by a slew of regional names and choice South Carolina talent. Past headliners include the now-Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Jason Isbell, the adventurous roots-rock explorers in Blitzen Trapper, and South Carolina garage-folk success story Shovels & Rope.

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  17. Clyburn's Clinton Endorsement Could Reap Benefits for S.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2016 | Free Times

    Hillary Clinton, shown here at a Feb. 12 rally in Denmark, South Carolina, capitalized on U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn's support to win the state's primary. Photo by John Carlos Hillary Clinton began to turn her attention to a fight against the GOP after she left South Carolina with a strong tailwind last week - a 47-percentage-point crushing of opponent Bernie Sanders.

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  18. KiKi's Chicken and Waffles MovesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2016 | Free Times

    No, it's not leaving the Northeast, but KiKi's Chicken and Waffles has a new home: the former Caprioska's at 7001 Parklane Road. It's still the same old KiKi's - the same place made famous by visits from Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton, and the same home of the red velvet waffle.

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  19. White Duck Taco Shop to Open, More on the HorizonRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2016 | Free Times

    If you like your tacos packed with duck mole, spicy buffalo chicken or lamb gyro, White Duck might be the place for you. The first Columbia location of Asheville-based White Duck Taco Shop opens this Thursday, Feb. 4 at 612 Whaley, the new mill building next to Olympia and Granby Mills.

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  20. S.C. Is Stage for Clinton-Sanders ShowdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2016 | Free Times

    With the South Carolina Democratic presidential primary about five weeks away, the leading candidates descended upon the early voting Palmetto State. A day after a nationally televised debate in Charleston, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Chicago businessman Willie Wilson hit Columbia on Jan. 18 for the South Carolina NAACP's annual King Day at the Dome rally.

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