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This young woman is a drummer and singer in a band that plays Afro-Cuban music at an art studio in El Callejon de Hamel in Havana.

CALENDAR, Jan. 8+: Restaurant week, author talk, music, more

Cuba photo exhibit: Through Jan. 31/ Charleston County Public Library, Calhoun St., Charleston.  Charleston Currents’ editor and publisher Andy Brack offers photographic insights into Cuba from a 2015 visit to the country.  An exhibition is on display in the Saul Alexander Gallery.  Free.

Restaurant Week:  Jan. 10-21 in Charleston area restaurants.  Charleston diners will be able to enjoy special food and drinks from renowned chefs at dozens of local eateries during the latest installment of Charleston Restaurant Week.  More than 100 restaurants are expected to participate.  For a list, click here.

Tata talk: Noon, Jan. 10, High Cotton restaurant, East Bay St., Charleston.  Retired Brigadier Gen. A.J. Tata will profile his latest military thriller, Direct Fire, at this Blue Bicycle Books Charleston Author Series Luncheon.  Tickets are $31 for the luncheon and $58 for the luncheon and signed copy of the book.  More info.

by · 01/08/2018 · 0 comments · calendar
FOCUS: The 12 Days of January:  Charleston Restaurant Week returns

FOCUS: The 12 Days of January:  Charleston Restaurant Week returns

Staff reports  |  For 12 days in January – from Jan. 10 to Jan 21 – Charleston diners will be able to enjoy special food and drinks from renowned chefs at dozens of local eateries. It will be the latest installment of Charleston Restaurant Week, the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association, Inc. announced.

“What better way to kick off 2018 than with Charleston Restaurant Week?” said Greater Charleston Restaurant Association President Randall Goldman. “It’s the perfect time of year for both locals and visitors to explore Charleston’s ever-evolving culinary scene and we are so excited to be offering new restaurants and new menus for diners to experience in January.”

More than 100 restaurants participated in Charleston Restaurant Week in September . Newcomers joining the roster this January include Grace & Grit, Ink N Ivy and Pearlz Oyster Bar.

by · 12/18/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Focus, Good news
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 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Aug. 28+:   Learn about the Pest House, product workshop

CALENDAR, Aug. 28+:   Learn about the Pest House, product workshop

Pest house talk. 6 p.m., Aug. 30, auditorium, Charleston County Public Library, 68 Calhoun St., Charleston.  The library will present a program on the brief history of the Pest House on Sullivan’s Island.  Free.

(NEW) Develop a product:  3 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sept. 6, third floor conference room of First Citizens Bank, 2170 Ashley Phosphate Road, North Charleston.  The Charleston Small Business Development Center will offer a class on how to develop a product and take it to market.  Cost:  $20.  Register here.

(NEW) Charleston Restaurant Week:  Sept. 6-17, 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.

by · 08/28/2017 · Comments are Disabled · calendar
CALENDAR, Aug. 22+:  Festivals, plays and good food ahead

CALENDAR, Aug. 22+: Festivals, plays and good food ahead

(NEW) Reggae Jerk & Wine Festival:  Noon to 7:30 p.m., Aug. 28, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, Charleston.  The third annual festival will give you a chance to sample the succulent taste of Jamaican jerk and sip a variety of wines. Guests receive a complimentary wine glass to commemorate the event and jerk sample pairing with Irie Jerk wine. Sway to […]

by · 08/22/2016 · Comments are Disabled · calendar