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  1. Live Music: Trap Serenade; Salt-N-Pepa; Diaspoura; Down UnderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 26 | Charleston City Paper

    Trap Serenade w/ DJ Scrib, SunrhA , Poppynative, Bert, Anfernee, Niecy Blues Sat. Apr. 29 9 p.m. $5 Purple Buffalo Trap music's got a reputation.


  2. The Agenda: Casinos on the coast?; Sergio snags green jacket; Questions around Columbia firm growRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 10 | Charleston City Paper

    A trio of updates from the ongoing S.C. ethics investigation: The AP says the investigation of Columbia consultant Rick Quinn and his work with state political interests is "drawing attention beyond the state." A short-term campaign loan that Attorney General Alan Wilson gave his campaign before a fundraising deadline is reportedly getting some extra scrutiny as well - a similar tactic was reportedly used by the Quinns to buoy the state Republican Party when it was led by now-Gov. Henry McMaster.


  3. Tiger Corner Farms produces full-scale, aeroponic crops in recycled shipping containersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 5 | Charleston City Paper

    They don't sound like farmers. With a team comprised of a former high school Latin teacher, a systems engineer, a mechanical engineer, and two technicians, they sound more like characters on the Big Bang Theory than a group of land-tillers.


  4. Pie Chart: Meet the latest pizza joints to hit the sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    In honor of Pie Day, we decided to round up a list of some new and soon-to-open pizza joints. Whether you're a toppings fanatic, prefer your slice squared, or need a craft cocktail to wash down your thin crust, we've done the math so you can plan your next pizza night accordingly.


  5. Weekend Roundup: Sunny with a chance of cold frontsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Whether you are in the mood for music, art, food, or just plain fun, we have rounded up the best events of the weekend to keep you busy. Bring a jacket tomorrow and Sunday - today's balmy weather promises to get chilly.


  6. U.S. Sen. Tim Scott and Rep. Mark Sanford will hold their own local town hall meetings this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Last weekend, U.S. Sen. Tim Scott and Rep. Mark Sanford fielded questions from a contentious crowd in Mount Pleasant Town Hall. This weekend, they'll talk with constituents again, but they'll be on their own.


  7. Attorney says there is no evidence that Dylann Roof targeted second churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Dylann Roof and defense attorney David Bruck seemed at odds during the trial as Roof continued to sideline his defense team's efforts to argue mental incompetence Defense counsel for Dylann Roof have responded to reports that the Emanuel AME Church shooter traveled to a second church immediately following his attack in Charleston. A recently unsealed motion from federal prosecutors states that evidence collected from Roof's GPS indicates that he traveled near Branch AME Church in Summerville, another predominantly African-American church, immediately after leaving Mother Emanuel.


  8. Unsealed court documents show testimony from Dylann Roof's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Recently unsealed court documents provide a closer look at how those who knew Dylann Roof viewed the avowed white supremacist in the time leading up to the racially motivated shootings at Emanuel AME Church. In an interview with FBI agents just days following the shooting, Roof's former coworkers described the gunman as largely "keeping to himself," preferring to sit alone during lunch instead of with his fellow employees at Clark's Pest Control in Irmo, S.C. One of Roof's former coworkers recalled Roof offering to show him the pistol he had recently purchased with money given to him by his father.


  9. Live Music: Stop Light Observations; God Devourer; Royal Fem-ily; Songwriters in the Round:Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Stop Light Observations Fri. Feb. 17 w/ Stokeswood and Stoop Kid Sat. Feb. 18 w/ Wrenn and SondorBlue 9 p.m. $25/both nights $15-$18/one night Music Farm Last year, Stop Light Observations released their third full-length album, Toogoodoo .


  10. Flowertown Underground director Corey Geddings considered suicide...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    Feb. 9-11, 16-18 8 p.m. $12 The James F. Dean Community Theater 133 S. Main St. Summerville 875-9251 There were a lot of practical reasons for The Flowertown Players' Corey Geddings to choose Suicide, Incorporated as his directorial debut. The play, written by Andrew Hinderaker and first published in 2015, is a relatively minimal piece, with only a handful of characters and sets.


  11. SOL Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar expands downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2017 | Charleston City Paper

    SOL Southwest Kitchen & Tequila Bar, the restaurant Robert Moss described in 2014 as selling baffling taco platters , will expand into downtown this spring. The Mt.


  12. Charleston's ultimate 2017 holiday market roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    Last week we wrote about buying local - it really is important, and easy to boot. The best way to shop small is to head to a local holiday market or pop-up shop.


  13. How Art Thou Jazz Lounge presents national acts once a monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    How Art Thou Jazz Lounge and Tapas Bar is a cozy, unassuming place tucked next to the Terrace Theater on James Island. The venue has hosted live jazz for years - hell, jazz is in the name - but it wasn't until recently that this little tapas bar and lounge started playing host to national acts.


  14. CARTA replacing trolleys with brand new DASH busesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    Anyone who's spent a few minutes downtown has probably seen one of the cute downtown trolley shuttles that scoot up and down the peninsula. Or, more accurately, they've probably heard the hulking nostalgiamobiles from a block away.


  15. Freeloaders: Season's Free-tingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    The holiday season is officially here. Whether you've been preparing since last December or you're a regular Grinch, it's never too early to start knocking out some of those gifts.


  16. CARTA chair talks what's next following approval of new sales taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    Earlier this month, Charleston County voters narrowly passed a new half-cent sales tax plan that could mean big things for mass transit in the Lowcountry. With approximately one-third of the $2.1 billion to be raised by the referendum said to be going toward public transportation, CARTA Board of Directors chairman and Charleston City Councilman Mike Seekings sees this as the first major commitment to mass transit in the history of the area.


  17. Freeloaders: Free-ky good funRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    It's as if Halloween has lasted an entire week ... oh wait ... but alas, we have come to its end, the actual day of Oct. 31. Hip, hip, hooray. Make sure you've got your bowls of candy ready for the kiddos in your neighborhood - it's a great way to show all the young 'uns what freeloading is all about.


  18. The Agenda: S.C. Republicans stand by Trump; Hard-hit communities...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    Donald Trump spoke with supporters and members of the S.C. African-American Chamber of Commerce in North Charleston last fall Statewide Republicans from U.S. Sen. Tim Scott to Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster say they stand by Donald Trump in spite of tapes leaked this weekend in which Trump details how he pursues women.


  19. Freeloaders: Free fall into fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    This Thursday marks the first day of fall, a.k.a. the most wonderful time of the year. If y'all don't love the heck out of all things pumpkin patch, football, and cool breezes, then you've never enjoyed an oyster roast or tailgate in the Lowcountry.


  20. The Agenda: Clyburn on discipline for sit-in; Swinneys pledge $1M; Summerville voting on referendumRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2016 | Charleston City Paper

    When asked for a reaction to House Republicans' insinuations that the leadership would discipline Democrats for their June sit-in over gun laws, Congressman Jim Clyburn, who was a civil rights activist as a young man, said "I've always accepted my punishment for sit-ins." On whether Democrats have already admitted 'culpability' over the event: "Unjust rules are the same as unjust laws."


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