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Lindsay Holler and Hazel Ketchum

Lindsay Holler and Hazel Ketchum

"WOMEN &" by Hunter Gardner Women are more interesting than men. And until there is some kind of paradigm shift financially, socially, politically, etc., this will continue to be true because voices trying to be heard are always more interesting ...
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Front and Center

Front and Center

THE BEST PRODUCTIONS COMING TO CHARLESTON By Stacy Huggins Geist This is a banner season for Charleston in terms of music and musical theatre. The lineups at some of our favorite venues boast, in almost equal measure, big name artists and shows ...
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Fall 2016

Oliver Wood of The Wood Brothers

by Stacy Huggins | images by Alysse Gafkjen "Even when I’m sitting still, my soul still wants to run,” sings Oliver Wood. This line from “Never and Always” is on The Wood Brothers’ new album Paradise, which is full of poignant moments like that — the kinds of thoughts that we all ...
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Dr. Karen Chandler

PRESERVING THE ORIGIN STORIES OF SOUTH CAROLINA'S JAZZ MUSICIANS by Stacy Huggins We all know the big names...Count Basie...Miles Davis...Duke Ellington. But do you know Freddie Green? St. Julian Dash? Cat Anderson? Dr. Karen Chandler thinks you should. One of the great wonders of jazz in the early 20th century is the quantity and ...
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Happy Holidaze

by Stacy Huggins The holidays are usually beloved or loathed for many reasons; being confined in small spaces with family members who insist on talking politics or embarrass you in front of your new fiancé can ruin turkey time faster than you can say ‘cranberries.’ Thankfully, no one can protest when ...
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