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4:45 pm on Sunday September 30, 2012

Coming soon: Music documentary 'The Ballad of Shovels and Rope' (Update: New clip released)

Updates are at the bottom. The Moving Picture Boys of Nashville, Tennessee have been shooting a documentary on Shovels and Rope, the Charleston-based band comprised of the insanely talented Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent. According to The Moving...
5:15 am on Wednesday May 16, 2012

New Local Map and Guide for Downtown Charleston Released

Adding to the mix of maps and guides to Charleston, but with a local business focus, C: Charleston released its first edition in May and is now available a numerous downtown locations. Designed and published by J.C. Tripp of  JCT Creative, C:...
8:19 am on Monday May 7, 2012

Grooving with Beatnicks on Paris Avenue

ARTworks is the community arts center in Beaufort, the coolest arts council in the Carolinas, and applies the many creative tools of The Arts to strengthen artists, and enrich audiences, collectors, and visitors through high quality arts experiences...
12:35 pm on Wednesday April 25, 2012

RPWB Donates to SC Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Hospital As Part of its ‘Ten Months of Giving’ Charity Campaign

 Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman, LLC (RPWB) announced today a gift of $5,000 to South Carolina Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Hospital. This gift was made as part of RPWB’s “10 Months of Giving” campaign, an initiative to give $55,000 to area...
12:32 am on Monday March 5, 2012

In a surprising twist, Greenwood man released from prison after 30 years

After sitting on death row for three decades, Edward Lee Elmore was released on Friday from prison. Elmore was convicted of a 1982 murder where a woman was stabbed more than 50 times in Greenwood -- but more recent reviews raise questions that...
12:52 pm on Saturday March 3, 2012

In a surprising twist, Greenwood man released from prison after 30 years

After sitting on death row for three decades, Edward Lee Elmore was released on Friday from prison. Elmore was convicted of a 1982 murder where a woman was stabbed more than 50 times in Greenwood -- but more recent reviews raise questions that...
11:30 am on Monday May 30, 2011

Spoleto keeps it eclectic, international and exciting for 2011 (reviews pour in)

Image by Kneehigh Theatre An energetic moment during Kneehigh Theatre's The Red ShoesUpdate May 30: The Charleston City Paper has been on top, inside and all over the Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto scene since the action kicked off on Friday afternoon...
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