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  1. Both sides to settle in Michael Slager's lawsuit against police groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Charleston City Paper

    Both parties in the legal dispute between Michael Slager and the Southern States Police Benevolent Association are opting to settle for an undisclosed sum in the lawsuit brought about by the former North Charleston officer, according to recently filed court documents. Slager, who is facing trial for the shooting death of Walter Scott, brought legal action against the police organization alleging that the group refused to pay for his court fees.

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  2. Best reader suggestions for what we should call peninsula's upper east sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | Charleston City Paper

    While it is widely known that the city of Charleston derived its name from King Charles II of England, the names of other communities like West Ashley and North Charleston have mostly been lost to history. We at the City Paper tasked our in-house team of historians with uncovering just how these areas came to be known by their current titles, but it is important to remember that they are a drunken and unreliable lot known to frequent Ancestry.com message boards in search of gullible marks.

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  3. The Agenda: A look at 'Raven Saunders Day'; County defers...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Charleston City Paper

    P&C lede on grading scales for the new semester : "The Charleston County School District has known since April it would need to pick a grading scale for elementary and middle school students. School started Monday, and the district still hasn't decided."

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  4. After 13 years in business, King Street Grille closes shopRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Charleston City Paper

    Due to non-renewal of its lease on lower King Street, King Street Grille will close its doors for good on Sun. Aug. 28. The sports bar opened 13 years ago and quickly expanded adding locations on Kiawah at Freshfields Village, Mt.

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  5. Get hip to Charleston's vinyl record storesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 17 | Charleston City Paper

    Unless you live under a rock you probably know that vinyl records have made a comeback, and a new wave of record stores in Charleston have sprung up to fill the growing need for this throwback sound. This is where you can go to get your vinyl fix in Charleston.

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  6. Nigel's Good Food opens second location in LadsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | Charleston City Paper

    Nigel Drayton and his wife Louise have been planning on opening a second restaurant for years. Now, after the success of their Nigel's Good Food in North Charleston, they've unlocked the doors on Nigel's Good Food II in Ladson at 9616 HWY 78 #11.

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  7. Weekend Roundup: Home town heroes and plenty of prideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | Charleston City Paper

    We've got a week of the Olympics under our belts and we're feeling all kinds of American pride. And Charleston pride, what with Burke High School grad Raven Saunders shot-putting in the Olympic finals tonight .

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  8. James Island sports a restaurant scene as quirky as its residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | Charleston City Paper

    Sean Mendes, the man behind Roadside Seafood and the new Blues Burger Joint, knows what James Island wants, and that's no small feat. The suburban island to the west of downtown Charleston is a quirky place.

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  9. Raven Saunders qualifies for Olympic finals, watch party tonight at BurkeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | Charleston City Paper

    Raven Saunders fans gathered at Burke High School auditorium Friday morning to see the Olympian qualify for finals in women's shot put. The Burke alum and Lowcountry native proved once again that she is one of the world's greatest athletes in her field, qualifying fourth with a throw of 18.83 meters.

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  10. Raven Saunders and Why the Olympics MatterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | Charleston City Paper

    Like all proud Americans, we here at the City Paper offices are flush with Olympic fever. From the scrunch-faced rage of a seething Michael Phelps to the unabashed joy we feel when U.S. swimmer and resident doping sheriff Lilly King calls out a competitor and backs it up by bringing home the gold, we are loving every minute of the Summer Games in Rio.

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  11. The Agenda: Amoeba patient receiving lifesaving drug; McMaster on Trump: 'Nothing's changed.'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 4 | Charleston City Paper

    After being challenged by the House Democratic leader to disavow his support for Donald Trump this week, Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster posted on Twitter, saying "Nothing's changed" along with a link to a video of him nominating Trump at the RNC.

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  12. Pecha Kucha 24 will be held on Aug. 23Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | Charleston City Paper

    Pecha Kucha is back y'all. It's been five long months since the last Pecha Kucha talk, held during this year's Wine + Food festival.

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  13. Chef April Robinson uses her powers for good at Butter TapasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 3 | Charleston City Paper

    In hindsight, I'm kicking myself after my visits to Butter Tapas. Sure, both times the food was on point - thoughtful, flavorful, and beautifully plated - and both times the service was skillfully handled by a gracious waitress.

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  14. Attorneys talk witness treatment, sharing evidence in Michael Slager caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | Charleston City Paper

    Attorneys in the state trial of former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager worked their way through a laundry list of discovery items Tuesday, touching on everything from alleged witness intimidation to jury selection. Lead defense attorney Andy Savage, who is representing Slager in both his state and federal trials stemming from the shooting of Walter Scott, caught prosecutors by surprise during Tuesday's hearing when he introduced affidavits from two potential witnesses claiming they had been harassed by members of the solicitor's office, SLED, and the FBI.

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  15. Phish announces two North Charleston shows on 2016 tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 2 | Charleston City Paper

    Beloved jam band Phish have announced they'll be stopping by the North Charleston Coliseum for a two-night stand Fri. Oct 14 and Sat.

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  16. Chucktown Ball hits the greenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 1 | Charleston City Paper

    The 2nd Annual Chucktown Ball featuring Umphrey's McGee at Riverfront Park in North Charleston will not only include a ton of music but a charity golf tournament as well. The tourny takes place Sun.

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  17. HBO's Vice Principals goes colonial at Charles Towne LandingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 1 | Charleston City Paper

    This week we saw more of Charleston and the first instance of the city identified specifically on HBO's new Vice Principals. Vice Principal Gamby rode a school bus down I-26 in North Charleston all the way to Charles Towne Landing, site of the first English settlement in Carolina.

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  18. The Agenda: Spring-Cannon conversion delayed; Chs. schools cut arts...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 1 | Charleston City Paper

    At a hearing today, a federal judge could issue an injunction that would block implementation of North Carolina's House Bill 2 until challengers of the law can make their case against it. Source: Raleigh News-Observer S.C. secessionists say they're launching "Operation Retaliation," a plan to prominently display Confederate flags in public view across South Carolina to ensure their efforts are not "relegated to a small corner of history labeled 'treason and slavery.'

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  19. The Alley plans public celebration of life for chef killed in possible hit-and-runRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 31 | Charleston City Paper

    According to the Charleston Police Department, on July 28 24-year-old Whitney Jordan was killed in what is being investigated as a potential traffic collision on Blake Street. Police believe that a vehicle struck Jordan, causing significant injury before fleeing the scene.

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  20. The Agenda: Clinton accepts nomination; More downtown hotels; DOT staffers in corruption flapRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 29 | Charleston City Paper

    Former Sec. of State, first lady, and U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton accepted the Democrats' nomination to be the first major party female presidential candidate in American history last night. In her acceptance speech, she warned of a coming "moment of reckoning" facing U.S. voters.

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