North Charleston Newswire (Page 6)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for North Charleston, SC. (Page 6)

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  1. The Codfather fish and chips shop names an opening dateRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Adam Randall's long promised North Charleston fish and chips shop, The Codfather , finally has an opening date. Randall says he'll unlock the doors at 1809 Reynolds Ave. on Wed.

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  2. Live Music: Beach Tiger; Little Stranger; skribe; Breakin SkullzRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Aaron Yealdhall is skribe, a garage-folk act out of Maryland - although his press photo would lead you to believe he hails from Johns Island, home of the ever-recognizable Angel Oak. The truth is, Yealdhall tours through Charleston often with his musical concoction that utilizes everything from kazoos to canjos, blending Americana with 1960s garage rock.

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  3. Instant sensation BØRNS wrote his synth-pop debut record, Dopamine,in a treehouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    When we caught up with electro-pop artist Garrett Borns , he was in an underground green room surrounded by props and wigs. "I'm not really sure what's going on down here, but who knows?" says the "Electric Love" vocalist.

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  4. Rising rent and a slow, paperwork-driven permit process are pushing local businesses awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Michael Whitfield, president and CEO of Green Roof Outfitters, says finding affordable office space in Charleston has been one of his biggest challenges A booming local economy can work wonders for a small business, but often new companies are swept aside as a city attracts more large, national corporations. The area's 2015 Regional Economic Scorecard, put together by the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Charleston Regional Development Alliance, found that the city offers a "solid entrepreneurial environment," but is not growing as many businesses as other similar metro areas.

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  5. The senselessness of tweetchats to address municipal woesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    "The main problem with Beach's chat was that it wasn't really clear who was supposed to be listening and what those of us who were listening were supposed to take away from the affair." Since we now live in an age where elections are less about governing and more about the ongoing drama about governing, the recent election of John Tecklenburg as Charleston's first new mayor in 40 years is generating a lot of drama about what it will mean for Charleston.

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  6. The Agenda: Blackbaud powering Giving Tuesday; Aid deadline extended; More info on accused CO gunmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Daniel Island-based Blackbaud operates the software enabling millions of dollars in online donations today during 'Giving Tuesday,' an annual event that coincides with Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Source: P&C Those affected by October's catastrophic flooding have another 30 days , until Jan. 4, to apply for FEMA aid.

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  7. Charleston-area runoff elections set for TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    For the runoff election, voters have their choice between state Rep. Leon Stavrinakis and businessman John Tecklenburg. Tecklenburg gained the most support in the Nov. 3 general election, squeaking by Stavrinakis by fewer than 300 votes.

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  8. Slave Chic: WTF is up with Charlie's Unity Issue fashion spread?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    During my eight years at the helm of the City Paper , I've authorized a fair number of controversial covers. There was our much derided Raccoon Stew cover from this past February, which got the lovers of those vile, rabid little beasties all in torch-and-pitchfork tizzy.

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  9. Weekend Roundup: Roll out the re(a)d carpetRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Charleston is getting all arts and music on us this weekend with both YALLFest, held in various locations on Upper King, and the CPMAs tomorrow night at the Pour House. We're not biased or anything, but we think tomorrow's CPMA party will be pretty rockin' and we hope to see y'all there.

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  10. Lowcountry Orphan Relief and Palmetto Railways at odds over proposed rail lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Lowcountry Orphan Relief and Palmetto Railways have yet to come to an agreement regarding the effects of the proposed rail line in North Charleston North Charleston residents have been outspoken about their concerns over a proposed rail line running through the Naval Hospital Historic District, but one local nonprofit says the new plan could be detrimental to its future. In September, Palmetto Railways released a revised plan for tracks leading to the Navy Base Intermodal Container Transfer Facility, which is set for completion in 2020.

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  11. Owen Beverly to focus on INDIANOLARead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    When Jump Little Children recently announced INDIANOLA would be joining the band for their Southeast tour/reunion next month, we did a double take. Seems that former Charlestonian and French Camp-er Owen Beverly has not only been busy recording an Inlaws record with Joel T. Hamilton, but he's also taken up a new moniker.

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  12. Park Circle gets a Cajun restaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Hankering for muffuletta? Log off Travelocity and prepare to drive to North Charleston. Jeff Filosa, owner of food truck Carolina Creole is putting down roots in Park Circle and says his Bayou Bowls, crawfish mac and cheese, A touffA e, and boudin will soon be available at 4830 O'Hear Ave. "We're going to do lunch and dinner with a strong happy hour," says Filosa.

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  13. Ryan Graudin grew up in Charleston, but writes worlds you've never imaginedRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    When I got off the phone with author Ryan Graudin, I couldn't help but play "She's a Bad Mama Jama." Sure crooner Carl Carlton was singing about a woman with sick curves, but Graudin embodies the bad-ass spirit of the '70s singer's song.

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  14. Reggae Band of the Year: The DubplatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    This has been a defining year for one of Charleston's most diverse bands. The Dubplates, a reggae/dancehall riddim band born and raised in our Charleston, draws much of its identity from the diversity of both its members and its fanbase.

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  15. Tickets to The Phantom of the Opera go on sale Nov. 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Phantom of the Opera fans, big news. Tickets to Andrew Lloyd Weber's most haunting musical go on sale a week from today, Mon.

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  16. Weekend Roundup: When the lights go down in the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Halloween has come and gone and while department stores would like us to think Christmas is right around the corner, we've still got a bunch of fall activities going on, like the John's Island Harvest Fest and the Folly Beach Jazz Festival. It's the first weekend of the month which means there's an endless amount of gallery receptions happening, and oyster season is finally upon us, so make sure you take advantage of the all-you-can-eat oyster roasts taking place from Mt.

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  17. 'Unity' is an easy word to say, but fostering true diversity is difficultRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    We're a full four months removed from the massacre at Emanuel AME Church and a couple weeks removed from the settlement between the family of Walter Scott and the city of North Charleston, so there's no better time than now to check the area's pulse as it relates to racial matters. But before we can determine how well we've been doing, we need a firm definition of one of the buzzwords we've been using lately: "unity."

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  18. Unofficial results: Tecklenburg and Stavrinakis headed to runoff for mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    And then there were two. Unofficial results are in for elections across Charleston County, and the race for Charleston's first new mayor in 40 years is down to a runoff between John Tecklenburg and Leon Stavrinakis.

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  19. It took a gig selling cellphones to convince Last Comic Standing's Clayton English he was funnyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    The last tour comedian Clayton English embarked on was with the circus. For real.

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  20. The Agenda: Chs. voting on first new mayor in 40 years; Harrell will...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    In addition to a new mayor for Charleston, voters will also weigh in on questions in North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, and Summerville. Source: P&C The state's dam inspection protocols are under scrutiny following last month's catastrophic flooding that saw many dams fail.

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