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  1. Plastic bag debate highlights our inability to careRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Charleston City Paper

    The issue of "home rule" is one that has been debated with words and even guns in America. Anyone remember the Civil War? In South Carolina, the issue is being raised with Mt.


  2. Weekend Roundup: #optoutsideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 2 | Charleston City Paper

    This weekend, celebrate spring with oyster roasts and parties, give back at one of the several benefits held around town, or find time to enjoy the outdoors. If it isn't abundantly clear this weekend is Charleston Wine + Food - and you can still check out some fringe events.


  3. Freeloaders: Feels like Spring, tastes like pollenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 26 | Charleston City Paper

    Spring draws nigh y'all and this weather makes us want to get outside and NOT spend money. This week features the usual abundance of yoga and trivia as well as a Remodeling Expo, free admission to local parks on Sunday, and some cool parties and sales.


  4. Terrace Charleston Film Festival features a Lowcountry premiere,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | Charleston City Paper

    The ninth annual Terrace Charleston Film Festival is back at the Terrace Theater this March, with screenings of regional, national, and international feature-length films and shorts from Thurs. March 15-Sun.


  5. A dozen outdoor patios to visit right nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2018 | Charleston City Paper

    Punxsutawney Phil says six more weeks of winter, but, do we really trust a groundhog with predicting how soon we can enjoy an al fresco cocktail? I certainly hope not. There are plenty of spots downtown - and off - that let you soak up the sun, and some suds of your choosing.


  6. S.C. House passes bill meant to prevent local governments from banning plastic bagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | Charleston City Paper

    A bill that would prohibit local governments from passing laws banning the sale of plastic bags passed in the South Carolina House of Representatives Wednesday afternoon. In a vote of 73-41, the S.C. House of Representatives passed H. 3529, which rests the power of regulating the sale of "auxiliary containers" solely in the hands of the General Assembly.


  7. Charleston Surfrider holds second 'Love Your Ocean' fundraiser Feb. 8Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2018 | Charleston City Paper

    The Charleston Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is hosting their second annual Love Your Ocean fundraiser on Feb. 8 to support environmentalist initiatives. The Surfrider Foundation is a grassroots, nonprofit environmental organization that is dedicated to protecting the world's oceans and beaches through a wide network of activists.


  8. Here's where to find Santa around the Lowcountry this holiday seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    For such a big dude, Santa sure gets around. If you're trying to decide where to head this holiday season, let us be your guide with this helpful Santa roundup.


  9. Signage signals impending opening of Wentworth Street's new Basic KitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    If a forthcoming restaurant's Instagram Stories game is any indication of its future success, consider Basic Kitchen one to watch. Each day owners Ben Towill and his designer wife Kate Dougherty track the progress of their under construction Basic Kitchen, the restaurant that will fill the void of the long empty Andolini's space on Wentworth.


  10. Blotter: A witch in the marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Blotter o' the Week: An intoxicated man in orange swim trunks was screaming obscenities in the Market when vendors decided to call police. Officers later found the man walking down the street, claiming that he was a witch.


  11. IOP hosts Thursday night farmers markets starting tonight at 4 p.m.Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Summer may be drawing to a close but that doesn't mean that farmers market season is ending. In fact, a local farmers market kicks off tonight on Isle of Palms from 4-7 p.m. at IOP County Park.


  12. Craig Deihl is sharpening his knives to compete in Olympics of butcheryRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    It's been three months since Cypress and Artisan Meat Share closed, but it looks like executive chef Craig Deihl has been using the down time to sharpen his knives. Deihl has announced he's joined team Butchers of America to represent the U.S. at the Olympics of butchery, the World Butchers Challenge in Belfast, Ireland.


  13. The Agenda: McMaster on monuments: 'Our people are different'; Chs....Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    A Charleston-area man spotted in a New York Times photo with the accused murderer from the alt-right Charlottesville protests was outed by local activists online yesterday, reportedly leading to his dismissal from work. Source: P&C So far, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, accused of being racist sympathizer during his confirmation hearing, issued a strong rebuke Monday of the racist protests on Monday, drawing a more direct line between the protesters and the deadly reaction to counter-protesters than President Donald Trump, who issued a more forceful statement Monday.


  14. Mark Bryan on Hootie, managing Stop Light Observations, and new LP, Songs of the FortnightRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    As the lead guitarist and co-founder of Hootie & the Blowfish, Mark Bryan became somewhat of a musical icon throughout the musical scene of the Carolinas, but the trio of hometown shows that the musician has coming up this week truly shows the range he has as a performer. Hell, they may be as great an example for how well one can handle the music business as any one artist will ever show within a three-day calendar.


  15. S.C. Aquarium's Sea Turtle Care Center releases rehabbed turtles tomorrow Wed. July 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    The South Carolina Aquarium's Sea Turtle Care Center is releasing two rehabilitated sea turtles this Wednesday at Isle of Palms County Park, and the public is invited to the 9 a.m. ceremony. Chum, a Kemp's ridley, and Marlin, a loggerhead, were the first turtles moved to the center's new Zucker Family Sea Turtle Recovery, which opened earlier this year as an expansion of the aquarium's 17-year-old Sea Turtle Hospital.


  16. Planning to bring a little booze to the beach? Here's what it could cost youRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    We've all seen the commercials on TV of a happy couple enjoying a few beers as they dig their toes in the sand along a tropical beach. But anyone hoping to recreate such a scene on any local beaches should be warned - your desire to kick back a few while enjoying the sunshine may end up costing you.


  17. Strawless Summer challenges bars and restaurants to give up plastic strawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Three hundred. That's how many plastic straws members of the Charleston Surfrider Foundation picked up in one hour during their Folly Beach sweep in May. "Because straws can't be recycled in Charleston County, they're just going into the ocean or landfills," says Kate Dittloff, Surfrider Charleston Chapter Chair.


  18. Coastal mayors take a stand against Trump plan to open Atlantic to offshore drillingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg joins other Lowcountry mayors April 28, 2017, to oppose President Donald Trump's executive order that would make offshore energy exploration possible off the Atlantic coast If current market prices hold, an estimated $4.59 billion worth of oil could potentially be mined off the South Atlantic coast. Of course, the cost of doing business could be much greater for communities along the shore - especially in Charleston where the threat of spills would devastate what has become a $3.7 billion-a-year tourism industry.


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