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    Lauren Furey, a College of Charleston alum, Les Dames D'escoffier International scholarship recipient, and personal chef who is currently working with CofC to create a holistic student health program, is whipping up a locally sourced, poetry-inspired meal at Daps Thurs. Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. as part of Free Verse Festival.more…


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    5th Wall is having a Matinee and Mimosas Staged Reading at the Threshold Repertory Theatre on Sun. Oct. 14. Every second Sunday, 5th Wall will be serving mimosas and hosting a matinee reading of a new play. Not just a different play, but a brand new, never before seen, fresh-from-the-playwright's-head, play.


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    [embed-1]Have you heard? David Schuttenberg's popular Sichuan concept, Kwei Fei, is ending their residency at The Daily and moving into The Lot on James Island.more…


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    Voting is important. Y’all have probably heard it now from the television, from your Facebook wall—and from us.more…


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    [embed-1] We got a sneak peek of Tradd's caviar service and champagne bar last week, and now  we have all the modern American menu deets to share. Check it out below:

    Appetizers/small plates include shrimp cocktail, fava toast, escargot, a kale and Brussels salad, lobster gnocchi, and beef tartare; main courses cover both land and sea, with veal scaloppini, poulet rouge, Pacific halibut, and seared scallops; and caviar ranges from 30 grams of beluga to 500 grams of white sturgeon.more…


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    S.C. residents have until THIS Wednesday, Oct. 17, to register to vote. Source: City Paper

    Former Vice President Joe Biden was in town over the weekend campaigning for gubernatorial candidate, democrat James Smith.more…


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    Trevor Noah, comedian and host of the Daily Show, will be bringing his latest show, Loud and Clear, to the North Charleston Coliseum on Sat. March 23.more…


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    Jordan Jackson didn't always know that he'd own a clothing store. The proliferation of online merch-marketing, though, led him to owning a store in Northwoods Mall fairly organically.more…


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    The festival formerly known as the Charleston Beer Garden will take place in a new location, Riverfront Park, with a new name, Charleston Beer Fest, on Sat. May 18 2019.more…


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    The dynamic and expansive 2018 MOJA Festival has come and gone, but its pair of theater offerings resonates still. Together, they offered an eye-opening study in contrasts circling around the topic of being upwardly mobile and black in America. Both productions played on the Dock Street Theatre stage, bookending the festival each with four-day runs. However, each took an altogether different tack in considering African American advancement, from tender winks to tragic reckonings.


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    Charleston Grill and the Kentucky Distillers' Association host a special Mocktober fundraiser to help support the end of addiction within the food and bev industry.

    For those who've suffered from addiction (or DDs, pregnant women — the list goes on) it can be difficult to go out to eat, surrounded by bottles of wine and revelers sipping their stiff Manhattans.more…


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    [embed-1] El Pincho Taco, a family run catering company offering authentic Mexican fare, is officially moving into 616 (B) Meeting St. this Sat. Oct. 20 starting at 4 p.m.more…


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    One of the scariest parts of Halloween is figuring out what you're going to be. We've decided that the trifecta is funny, scary, and topical, and we have something for you whether you're going solo, with friends, or with your boo.more…


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    [embed-1] Restaurateur extraordinaire Brooks Reitz (of Upper King triumvirate Little Jacks, Leon's, and Melfi's) says he's always loved Monza, and that's why he's helping craft a new path for the beloved King St. spot: "It's always been a great restaurant — it was one of my favorite places when I moved to town. My wife and I had one of our first dates there."more…


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    If you're feeling like us, then this Monday is really a Monday. Ease the pain by taking advantage of some of these free events around town.


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    Mitchell Hill presents Lisa Shimko’s solo show, Bridge, opening this Fri. Oct. 19 from 5-9 p.m.more…


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    The Democratic candidate for state superintendent, Israel Romero, may not be eligible for the position due to a 2008 felony conviction. Romero was convicted for the unauthorized practice of law, and due to a 1996 state constitutional amendment, wouldn't be eligible to run for office until 2023.more…


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    The poster child for Lowcountry cuisine, the revered dish of shrimp and grits has always had the potential to be totally blasé. And yet the demand keeps on coming; there must be something about the unlikely plate mates — plump fruits de mer and creamy/grainy fruits de farmer.more…


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