Gibbes on the Street Presents: La Belle Epoque In Charleston

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The sixth annual Gibbes on the Street party on Thursday, May 7, 2015 will feature French inspired cuisine, live music, and entertainment al fresco. Charleston’s Meeting Street will be host to the festivities inspired by La Belle Epoque transforming the street into the “golden age” of Paris. […]

Recap: A Night At The Oscars In Charleston To Benefit Pet Helpers

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Allan, a rescued pitbull thanks to Pet Helpers

Sweet Allan, a local lowcountry Pitbull, came to Pet Helpers just a few weeks ago with severe neck wounds from an embedded chain. He is just one example of an abused lowcountry pup needing expensive emergency care requiring multiple surgeries. Pet Helpers is a private, […]

Recap: Society 1858 Winter Party: The Magical Mystery Tour

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The Beatles: John, Paul and George with event co-chair Elizabeth Gumb L-R: Jack Gumb, John Payne, Elizabeth Gumb, Rodrigo Reyes. (Photo Credit: MCG Photography)

On Friday, February 20th, 2015, Society 1858 hosted their fourth-annual winter party to benefit the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston. The Magical Mystery Tour, a 1960s-Mod party inspired […]

Recap: George Gallery Hosts Reception For Tim Hussey And Melinda Mead Scharstein In Charleston

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Anne Elkins, the owner of the up and coming George Gallery on Bocard Street, told Charleston City Paper that Tim Hussey was “on the top of her dream list of artists.” On Friday, February 28, 2014, one of Elkins’ dreams came true. The George Gallery held a large reception […]

Masterpieces For Autism To Benefit Autism Speaks

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Nothing is sure to bring Charlestonians together like art except when the art also benefits a charity such as Autism Speaks, the leading autism research and science organization. This organization works toward treatments and a cure, as well as raising awareness about the effects and varieties of autism. The Masterpieces […]

Recap: Groundhog Day Concert In Charleston To Benefit The Halsey Institute

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Nothing like a line-up of great Charleston musicians to bring in the Spring of 2014. The host of the Groundhog Day Benefit Concert, Charles Carmody, called the event a “communal celebration of artistic expression.” I don’t think a member of Saturday’s audience would be able to disagree with him. In celebration of the Halsey […]

Recap: Charleston MLK Walk And Rally

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The marchers began with songs. Songs of faith such as “We Came to This by Faith” and “My Faith is Built”. Martin Luther King Jr. supporters of varying ages, races and backgrounds came together on Wednesday, January 22 for a peace walk in memory of MLK. The walk began […]

Charleston MLK Walk And Rally Preview

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America remembers Martin Luther King, Jr. as a man who valued humanity. Despite the hatred he saw in the world, he aimed to alter the unfairness. Rather than through further violence, MLK called for a peaceful resistance of prejudice, and instilled hope in the souls of the worn down through […]

Southeastern Wildlife Exposition 2014 In Charleston To Promote Local Economy, Culture And Wildlife

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The South Eastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) is returning to Charleston Friday, February 14 through Sunday, February 16, 2014 for its 31st year celebrating art, music, southern culture and wildlife.

Since 1983, SEWE has been a gathering spot for artists, preservationists and the environmentally curious, coming together to help the local […]

A Christmas Carol Is Coming To The Woolfe Street Theater In Charleston

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Ebenezer Scrooge in the timeless tale. (Photo Credit: facebook.com/villagerep)

A ghost of Christmas’ past is gracing the Charleston theater scene this holiday season in the Village Repertory Company’s presentation of A Christmas Carol. Directed by Associate Artistic Director Robbie Thomas, the rendition of Charles Dickens’ classic story of cold-hearted Ebenezer Scrooge and his […]

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