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CALENDAR, Sept. 18+:  Lowcountry Giving Day, Black Ink, more

CALENDAR, Sept. 18+:  Lowcountry Giving Day, Black Ink, more

Lowcountry Giving Day is Tuesday, Sept. 19.  It’s a community-wide event to allow people to support local nonprofits on a day of giving.

It’s also an event at RiverDogs Stadium from 3 p.m. to 9 pm.  The event is expected to be the largest local gathering of nonprofits in the history of Charleston, according to this website.  Learn more on how you can make a difference locally. 

by · 09/18/2017 · 0 comments · calendar
CALENDAR, Sept. 11+:  Great food, plays, Fam Jam ahead

CALENDAR, Sept. 11+:  Great food, plays, Fam Jam ahead

Charleston Restaurant Week:  Through Sept. 17, around the area.  The Greater Charleston Restaurant Association presents the annual event to allow people to enjoy world-renowned cuisine at prices a little lower than usual.  More.

“An Act of God:” Various times, Sept. 15 to Oct. 1, Footlight Players Theatre, 20 Queen St., Charleston.  The Footlight Players will perform this clever, one-act comedy that’s based on a satirical book and Twitter account.  Shows are at 8 p.m., except for Sunday matinees at 3 p.m.  Tickets are $30 for adults.  More.

Love Potion No. 9:  Various times, Sept. 15 to Nov. 11, 200 Meeting St., Charleston.  The post-apocalyptic doo-wop musical will be presented by 34 West Theater Company at various times on Tuesdays, and Thursdays through Sundays  with tickets at $35.  More.

Children’s Museum Fam Jam: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sept. 16, Marion Square, Charleston.  The free festival, held in conjunction with more than 30 partners, celebrates family, community togetherness and the power of play as Marion Square is transformed into an engaging, innovative playscape.  Free.

by · 09/11/2017 · 0 comments · calendar
Flooded streets in Pearland, Texas. Photo by Brant Kelly via Wikimedia Commons.

GOOD NEWS:  How you can help people hurting in Texas

Staff reports  |  The American Red Cross has mobilized thousands of trained disaster relief workers, truckloads of supplies and thousands of meals to support the response effort following the hurricane that hit Texas over the weekend. 

by · 08/28/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Good news, News briefs
FOCUS:  Two dozen authors to be at Saturday’s Black Ink book festival

FOCUS: Two dozen authors to be at Saturday’s Black Ink book festival

By Stephen Hoffius, special to Charleston Currents | More than 25 African-American authors will gather at Burke High School on Sept. 17 to take part in Black Ink: A Charleston African-American Book Festival. The event will take place from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Marcus Amaker, recently named the first poet laureate of the City of Charleston, is the keynote speaker. He’s excited about the festival: “Charleston could use more events that celebrate the literary arts.” He is the author of seven books, the most recent of which, Mantra, is also an app, featuring audio, video, and new poems. Marcus’s poems have been featured on the PBS Newshour, the Huffington Post, several journals, and poetry collections.

by · 09/12/2016 · Comments are Disabled · Focus, Good news