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BB&T Charleston Wine & Food Festival highlights

BB&T Charleston Wine & Food Festival highlights

Being a lover of all things edible, I’ve compiled a brief overview of a few Wine and Food events you shouldn’t miss! Thursday, Feb 28: Art Institute of Charleston Presents a Salute to Charleston Chefs: This opening night party is ...
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Video: DanceFX’s “Funktionslust”

Video by Marcus Amaker of the Feb. 22 performance at the Sottile Theater. Visit http://www.dancefxcharleston.com for more info.
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Q&A with Scott Watson, the new director of the Office of Cultural Affairs

Q&A with Scott Watson, the new director of the Office of Cultural Affairs

Last month, Scott Watson replaced Ellen Dressler Moryl as the new director of the Office of Cultural Affairs. Watson steps into the position with a passion for the arts and the knowledge it takes to keep Charleston thriving. Read our Q&A with Watson below, and be sure to follow him on twitter ...
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Winter Masquerade Ball

This past Saturday Music Farm held a Winter Masquerade Ball equipped with electronic music, costumes and flashy masks. Like most events at the farm, there's usually an eccentric mix of people. Hardcore electronic rave fans, beer lovers and music ...
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Review: Les Misérables at North Charleston PAC

Review: Les Misérables at North Charleston PAC

On Wednesday evening, Art Mag publisher Olivia Pool and I attended the opening night of Les Misérables at the North Charleston Performing Center. Buzzed with anticipation and excitement, we took our seats among the hundreds of other theatre-goers ...
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Review: SEWE 2013 was a huge hit!

Review: SEWE 2013 was a huge hit!

We had the best time attending the SEWE Opening Night event at the Mills House and the black tie gala the following night at the Charleston Place ballroom! The Opening Reception was filled to the brim with ...
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Do You Hear the People Sing? Les Mis Is Here in Charleston!

Do You Hear the People Sing? Les Mis Is Here in Charleston!

The time is here! Let us welcome it gladly with courage and cheer! The opening night of Les Misérables is upon us! Join Jean valJean, Fantine, Cosette, and the whole gang ...
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24 North Market: Best restaurant deal in Charleston?

The Blackened Catfish Po Boy at 24 North Market. If I told you that you could get a three course meal at a downtown restaurant for $12 (including tax and beverage), you'd probably wonder if there was ...
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Cooling off after a hot Habanero Rhythm

Cooling off after a hot Habanero Rhythm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSmoeZJBZBg On Friday night, Charleston's warm winter got even hotter at the Gibbes Museum. Society 1858's Habanero Rhythm was a sultry affair - complete with African dancers, Latin-inspired food, great drinks and music from the Garage Cuban Band and Leah Suárez.
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North Charleston Arts Festival Reveals 2013 Design Competition Winner

North Charleston Arts Festival Reveals 2013 Design Competition Winner

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC – The City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce A Train, an abstract acrylic painting by Linda Elksnin, as the winner of the 2013 North Charleston Arts Festival Design Competition.  As the winner of the statewide competition, Elksnin’s original design will be used ...
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