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GOOD NEWS: Park for two hours for free in Charleston Nov. 24-Jan. 1

GOOD NEWS: Park for two hours for free in Charleston Nov. 24-Jan. 1

Staff reports  |  The city and county of Charleston are offering two free hours of parking at participating garages during the holiday season, starting on Thanksgiving and ending on New Year’s Day.

Click the link above to find out how to print the voucher. (Hard copies of the voucher will be a part of local water bills.)

Garages participating in the “holiday magic” present to area shoppers include the those at the visitor’s center, 34 St. Philip St., Concord-Cumberland, East Bay-Prioleau.  According to the flyer, “additional automated garages are participating,” but you won’t be able to see a list of them until later this week at this link. 

by · 11/20/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Good news, News briefs
CALENDAR, Oct. 16+:   Verse, drama and music — all this week!

CALENDAR, Oct. 16+:   Verse, drama and music — all this week!

Free Verse Festival:  Charleston’s first poetry extravaganza will continue to run with lots of cool events through the end of the month.  View events online at FreeVerseFestival.com.

To Kill a Mockingbird:  Various times, Oct. 18 to Nov. 5, Dock Street Theatre, 135 Church St., Charleston.  Charleston Stage will perform a stage version of the literary classic by Harper Lee over two weeks in what is set to be an exciting performance.  Nineteen cast members perform in the show, which offers tickets from $31 to $64 for adults.  Purchase tickets here.

Colour of Music Festival:  Oct. 18-22, Charleston.  The fifth annual festival will offer an array of classical music to showcase the impact and historical significance of black classical composers and performers.  More.

by · 10/16/2017 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
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GOOD NEWS: Veterans get hunger relief help, more

Staff reports | Soldiers’ Angels Hunger Relief Program on Friday hosted a Veteran Mobile Food Distribution in the Hagood Stadium parking lot of The Citadel to help provide food assistance to more than 200 low-income, at-risk and homeless veterans from the Charleston-Area. The distribution was conducted in partnership with The Citadel and the Lowcountry Food Bank. Also in this section is Good News about an Easter Egg Hunt at Magnolia Plantation; Times for giving input into a new West Ashley plan; a big gift from Jersey Mike’s; a national award for a local lawyer; Charleston Stage’s new season; and National Library Week.

by · 04/10/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Good news, News briefs
CALENDAR, Feb. 13+:  From a Whale of a Sale to SEWE fun

CALENDAR, Feb. 13+: From a Whale of a Sale to SEWE fun

Whale of a Sale: Feb. 16 to Feb. 18, College Center, Trident Technical College. The Junior League of Charleston’s huge garage sale this year has a new location. There’s also a three-hour “Sponsor Splash” that starts 6 p.m. Feb. 16 for early shoppers, who will enjoy music, food and more as they peruse the array of goods. Learn more about times and costs.

(NEW) Southeastern Wildlife Exposition: Feb. 17 to Feb. 19, around downtown Charleston. Break out your khakis and camos for the annual wildlife event that draws tens of thousands to Charleston for great food, Dock Dogs, art, an auction and more. Check out the whole calendar here.

Ain’t Misbehavin’: 10 shows from Feb. 17 to March 5, Midtown Theatre @Duvall Center, 2816 Azalea Drive, North Charleston. This popular jazz musical review that won lots of awards will have nighttime and matinee shows and feature classic jazz hits. Tickets are $35 for adults; $25 for students. Times and more.

by · 02/13/2017 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
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GOOD NEWS: Seats going fast for Charleston Stage’s “White Christmas”

Charleston Stage’s heartwarming musical adaptation of “White Christmas,” based on the classic film featuring 17 Irving Berlin hit songs, follows the romantic and hilarious adventures of Veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis who have a successful song-and-dance act after World War II. Also in Good News: Nuncrackers, Underneath the Lintel, 2016 Angels, Charleston Southern grant, Charleston Museum’s blizzard exhibit.

by · 11/21/2016 · Comments are Disabled · Good news, News briefs
CALENDAR, Feb. 29+: Shows, walks, oysters, more

CALENDAR, Feb. 29+: Shows, walks, oysters, more

In the days ahead: “A Sudden Spontaneous Event,” Where the Wild Things Run/Walk, “The Seat of Justice,” Terrace Charleston Film Festival, Walk for Water

by · 02/29/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Feb. 22+: Plays, fun walks and more

CALENDAR, Feb. 22+: Plays, fun walks and more

Lots of great theater and walks in the weeks ahead: “The Secret Garden” on stage at the College of Charleston; “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” at Midtown Theatre; “A Sudden Spontaneous Event” at PURE Theatre; “The Seat of Justice” by Charleston Stage, and the Walk for Water on March 12.

by · 02/22/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Feb. 15+: Plays, surf movies, more

CALENDAR, Feb. 15+: Plays, surf movies, more

Fun activities ahead: “I Love You. You’re Perfect, Now Change” — a Midtown Theatre play. “The Seat of Justice,” by Charleston Stage. Surf movie party at Mellow Mushroom. Oyster roast at Dill Sanctuary. More.

by · 02/15/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Jan. 11+: From new shows to a musical and oyster roasts

CALENDAR, Jan. 11+: From new shows to a musical and oyster roasts

Lots of events for January 2016: The library’s “I Make a Difference” initiative, Museum Mile Month, make a sweetgrass basket, new plays and performances, oyster roast fundraisers and more.

by · 01/11/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
County offers redesigned GIS site

County offers redesigned GIS site

Charleston County’s Technology Service’s Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Division has launched an updated version of its webpage, the first redesign in 10 years.

by · 08/10/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Good news, News briefs