Hoops For Hope In Charleston To Benefit MUSC

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With March Madness coming to an end this week, there’s now time for basketball fans to support a different kind of team: the mental health team at MUSC.

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The Hoops for Hope Fundraiser and Silent Auction will be held following a 3-on-3 and free […]

What The Folk Music Festival In Awendaw, SC To Benefit Carolina Studios


Southern music, spanish moss, yummy food, great beer, better friends. A little slice of heaven is taking place on April 11 – 12, 2014 in Awendaw, SC for the first ever What The Folk Festival. “What the Folk Festival was formed through a friendship with Todd Snider and his love of playing in this […]

Pork, Pints And Pearls To Benefit Windwood Family Services


The annual Pork, Pints and Pearls –a triple threat of delicious food, drinks and generosity—will be held Saturday, February 22, on the Grand Lawn of the Family Circle Cup on Daniel Island.

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The event raises money to support the boys of Windwood Farm Home for […]

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 […]

Lowcountry Oyster Festival To Benefit Charleston Charities

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(Photo Credit: boonehallplantation.com)

Nothing says Charleston better than a good old fashioned oyster roast–for a cause. The Annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival, held at Boone Hall Plantation, features live music, contests, a food court and kids play area, with proceeds benefitting local lowcountry charities.

Named one of the top twenty events in the south […]

Dance Your Way To The Holiday With The Charleston Jazz Orchestra


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If you ‘re someone who can’t get enough of the Christmas season, start early this year and get your groove on at the Holiday Swing! Presented by the Charleston Jazz Orchestra, this night will surely transport you to a time long ago where horse-drawn sleighs jetted over icy furrows as […]

Boone Hall Plantation’s Wine Under The Oaks To Benefit American Red Cross

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(Photo Credit: boonehallplantation.com)

In the midst of the bustling holiday season, Boone Hall Plantation’s sophisticated fundraiser, Wine Under the Oaks , is an opportunity to slow down, sip wine from over 125 labels, sample the southern flavor of Charleston’s unique culinary scene and listen to live music from The Gullah Singers and Grammy […]

Turkey Day Run And Gobble Wobble 2013 To Benefit Charleston Charities

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Photo Credit: turkeydayrun.com

The 36th annual Knights of Columbus Turkey Day Run & Gobble Wobble will be held this Thanksgiving morning at 9 a.m. in downtown Charleston.

Almost a century old, the Turkey Day tradition has changed course from its 1914 origins, when lowcountry athletes would strap on their shoes for a pre-meal […]

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