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East Central Lofts in the formerly low-rent district of Huger Street will rent for $850 to $1,800 a month Near the northern end of a city known for its architectural elegance, Charleston's East Central neighborhood is dominated by highway overpasses, crumbling sidewalks, and rows of low-income housing units. Comment?
May 17 7:30 p.m. $28.75-$54.75 North Charleston Performing Arts Center northcharlestoncoliseumpac.com Life's changed a lot the last couple years for Jake Owen. Comment?
Federal investigators were apparently helped by a batch of underage College of Charleston students who ordered fake IDs from Virginia-based website. Comment?
Moms deserve the best on their special day, and Charleston is filled with opportunities to show her how much she means to you this Sunday. Comment?
It's Mother's Day weekend , and rather your taking your mom out on the town or celebrating CofC graduation , try out one of an array of events that are sure to satisfy. Comment?
On Sat. May 11, Find Love in Pit Bulls is hosting a pit bull awareness and fundraising event with some of Charleston's best pit bull-loving organizations like Chuck Town Bully Breed Club and Pet Helpers. Comment?
The children gathered around the classroom table at Pinehurst Elementary in North Charleston are having a difficult time cutting mangoes. Comment?
There are five artists included in the Material Matters exhibit, but after seeing it, I just keep thinking about the pig intestines. Comment?
Looks like we're not the only ones ready for summertime. You can browse sunglasses, get your bod beach-ready, and learn how to stay skin-cancer-free this week. Comment?
Cinco de Mayo is Sunday, and we've got several fun and artful events leading up to the big fiesta this weekend. Comment?
Even if you didn't get through the X-Factor auditions that happened in North Charleston in March, you still have a chance to make it on the show-as part of the studio audience. Comment?
Most of us are pretty OK with Americanized Mexican fare. We like our gringo joints with hand-crafted $8 margaritas and grilled mahi-mahi tacos with some fresh lime squeezed on top. Comment?
Indulge in some gallery-strolling this week - there are several exhibits you can catch before they close on Tuesday, and many more opening during the First Friday art walk. Comment?
Back in January, artist Jonathan Brilliant wheeled his new metal sculpture "Woven Structure" into the center of the traffic circle near North Charleston City Hall and bolted it into the concrete. Comment?
Former Gov. Mark Sanford's cell phone's been ringing off the hook from people across the country since he printed his number in a full-page newspaper ad this Sunday. Comment?
On a recent drizzly morning, I rode out to the North Charleston Riverfront Park to get a sneak peek at the 2013 National Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, which is in the final stages of installation along the scenic riverside walkway. Comment?
Oyster season's over, but there's no cause to fret. Soft shell crab season is right on its heels. Comment?
Sanford on Sanford - Well, Mark Sanford had a rough day yesterday. Between Tuesday night's trespassing reports to Jenny Sanford disclosing that the Sanford sons only first met Mark's now-fiancee Maria at his runoff victory party and that National Republicans were pulling out of the race, Sanford even admitted in an email blast to supporters, ... (more) Comment?
B.B. King w/ Elise Testone Tues. April 23 8 p.m. $49, $69, $119 North Charleston Performing Arts Center When this year's Best of Charleston cover girl Elise Testone was chosen to open for blues god B.B. King, she landed the gig of a lifetime. Comment?
With the Great Recession waning, tech companies moving into Charleston, and the Holy City earning top marks from tourist publications, the peninsula is set for a business and development boom like it's never seen before. Comment?