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  1. A civic reevaluation is needed to keep the Gullah-Geechee legacy aliveRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    The Battery Haire of the Dog El Oyster Recent Comments Blotter Submit a letter to the editor Submit a news tip Last month I introduced a chef from Denmark to the briny nuances of pickled pig's feet. We found them in all their day-glo pink glory in a dusty jug that Junior Backman dipped into while preparing a morning feast of spicy steamed crabs at his eponymous fish shack on Sol Legare.

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  2. Four sisters recall Charleston's food scene, before and after segregationRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    The Battery Haire of the Dog El Oyster Recent Comments Blotter Submit a letter to the editor Submit a news tip during Sunday school at the church of my father's youth that I realized I was Geechee. We were in Tennessee visiting Dad's family when it happened.

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  3. Fish sandwich cabarets shaped Charleston's culinary historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    The Battery Haire of the Dog El Oyster Recent Comments Blotter Submit a letter to the editor Submit a news tip Throughout the 19th century, black chefs and caterers served a very cosmopolitan sort of Southern cuisine at the great hotels and restaurants of Charleston. Individuals such as Nat Fuller, a slave who owned the Bachelor's Retreat, catered to the wealthiest of Charleston's white elite.

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  4. Darius Rucker to play secret show in Charleston tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Hootie & the Blowfish frontman and Charlestonian Darius Rucker announced this morning he'll be performing at a surprise Charleston venue tomorrow evening as part of CMT's pop-up concert series, Instant Jam . On Twitter, the country crooner revealed the show is also a CMT taping.

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  5. Park Circle parents seek solutions after P&C series focusing on North Charleston HighRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    In response to " Left Behind ," a recent Post and Courier investigative series highlighting segregation and educational disparities in Charleston County, parents from Park Circle are looking for ways to improve their neighborhood's struggling schools - starting with North Charleston High School, whose students were featured heavily in the series. Some parents in the neighborhood have launched a Facebook group called Park Circle Friends Nurturing Public Schools .

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  6. The Agenda: Bernie Sanders packs in S.C. crowds; Scott decries Gitmo...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders stopped at North Charleston Convention Center on Saturday, capping off a trip through S.C. that also included stops in Greenville, Columbia, and Sumter. Some national media speculated that the Sanders trip was part of an effort to fix his "black-voter problem."

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  7. With or without King Dusko, King Street was never a music hubRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    The Post & Courier published a piece this week suggesting that without King Dusko, King Street would cease to be a musical "hub." The response from myself, along with many in the music community, was: Say what? King Street has never been a musical hub.

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  8. Live Music: Going to Graceland; Last Dance for King Dusko; Lowland Hum; Eddie Hogan tributeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Last year we lost a pillar of the local music scene, Eddie Hogan. Hogan founded his own local newspaper, Charleston's Free Time, in 1990 and managed it until 2008 to help promote Charleston's working musicians.

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  9. City Paper interns answer your burning questions about college lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Our interns are wise beyond their years , so we asked them to fill us in on the what's what of college. Here's what they had to say.

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  10. We've got plenty of places for you to pick up cheap (and stylish) threadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    While Macklemore's 2012 hit "Thrift Shop" glorified thrifting in a way we'd never seen before - Grandma's coat and all that - he actually had a good point. Thrift stores are the mecca of cool and cheap clothes, and there are plenty for the pickin' in Charleston.

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  11. Inexpensive and convenient places to grab your groceriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    If you have a meal plan, take advantage of it. Sneak away loaves of bread and stock up on fresh fruit from dining halls while you still can.

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  12. Eternal Father of the Sea chapel is saved in North CharlestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    The non-denominational Eternal Father of the Sea chapel has stood in the Navy Yard in North Charleston since 1942. In the chapel's early years during World War II, it was a place where Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish sailors and their families could enjoy services that reflected their faith.

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  13. The Agenda: First day of school; Charleston brig among alternate sites for Gitmo detaineesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Today is the first day of school for students in Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester, and Colleton Counties as well as new Charleston superintendent Gerrita Postlewait. Source: ABC 4, P&C State Rep. Leon Stavrinakis is profiled today by the Post and Courier as the first of their candidate profiles ahead of this November's mayoral election.

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  14. Black Lives Matter Charleston: Surveillance started after Walter Scott shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Muhiyidin d'Baha leads a protest in front of North Charleston City Hall April 8 following the police shooting of Walter Scott Members of the activist organization Black Lives Matter Charleston say they came under surveillance in the weeks following the April 4 shooting of Walter Scott by a North Charleston police officer. Black Lives Matter formed in December 2014 in the wake of the police-involved deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

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  15. Spruill Ave. ice factory gets a TV-worthy makeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Commuters on Spruill Avenue in North Charleston this morning may have noticed a sudden change in the scenery: With a few distressed-looking, hand-painted signs, the facade of the long-vacant ice factory beside Reddy Ice at 4287 Spruill Ave. appears to have been reinvented as some sort of butcher shop or slaughterhouse. Word on the street is HBO is filming there today, which means it could be a set piece for the upcoming Danny McBride comedy series Vice Principals .

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  16. After Walter Scott shooting, city and state officials kept a close watch on outside groupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    National news media crowded into City Hall for an April 8 press conference held by Mayor Keith Summey and Police Chief Eddie Driggers In the weeks after the April 4 shooting of Walter L. Scott by a North Charleston police officer, local and state authorities kept tabs on the movements of protest groups, potential cyber-security threats, and even an out-of-state chaplaincy organization, according to city employees' email records obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request. Ryan Johnson, spokesman for North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey, says city officials were especially wary of groups from outside of the city, including the national and international news media, to whom Mayor Summey declined to give one-on-one interviews.

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  17. McKinley: PURE's Rodney Lee Rogers inspires North Charleston students to become playwrightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    PURE co-founder, actor, and playwright Rodney Lee Rogers helped a class of 9th graders turn out a total of 144 pages of original plays Years before I ever became a teacher, I tried my hand at being an actor and found my calling at Chicago's Second City and iO . Those years prepared me more for my teaching career than any masters level education class or National Boards portfolio entry.

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  18. Charleston's best unite for a night of music, praise, and poetry in honor of the Emanuel NineRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 12, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    The day after the Emanuel AME shooting, musician and avid music event organizer Lindsay Holler got in touch with McKenzie Eddy and Elliott A. Smith from BACE League of Charleston to brainstorm about putting on a show to honor the victims. "This event is inspired by that and the community we saw and the issues we saw surface in the wake of that," Smith says.

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  19. New work by former CSO musician and composer Jim Stephenson honors the Emanuel 9Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    Shortly after the Emanuel Nine tragedy, composer and former Charlestonian Jim Stephenson posted a Facebook message expressing his feelings of hopelessness as to how to respond. "Most of us composers/performers would probably love to write/play music in response to these tragedies, but no one would listen/care, because classical music is getting shelved by the same powers-that-be that are guided by the money/politics that enable these tragedies to continue," he wrote.

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  20. Weird Al Yankovic talks nerd cred, dark humor, and why he's given up on PrinceRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2015 | Charleston City Paper

    When I first started working at the City Paper in 2011, I told our then-music editor that I was calling dibs on an interview with Weird Al Yankovic if he ever came to town. That day has finally come.

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