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One scholar called the establishment of the center a "magic moment," albeit one that is overdue. [Read More]
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Pure Theatre is setting up shop in an unlikely new space called the Cannon Street Arts Center, a church that served Charleston's black community. [Read More]
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The Charleston Library Society's Speaker Series will feature authors James Scott and Hampton Sides 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4. Scott will discuss his new book... [Read More]
Southern Jewish history soon will no longer remain a discipline limited to a few institutions in the South. [Read More]
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Southern Jewish history soon will no longer remain a discipline limited to a few institutions in the South. [Read More]
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She's found much success writing novels that have been adapted into movies. But Terry McMillian says making films isn't as exciting as it sounds. [Read More]
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The Lowcountry Jazz Festival will mark its 10th year with a three-day event at the Gaillard Center. [Read More]
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Congregation Dor Tikvah started in 2012 as a small group of Orthodox Jewish worshippers determined to spend the Sabbath in West Ashley, where most of... [Read More]
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Footlight Players, the 87-year-old community theater company located on Queen Street, is turning its building into multi-discipline performing arts center. [Read More]
Muralist David Boatwright is restoring two Spring Street signs that were originally painted in the 1950s. [Read More]
Muralist David Boatwright is restoring two Spring Street signs that were originally painted in the 1950s. [Read More]
Westminster Choir College, the storied institution from which Spoleto Festival USA's Westminster Choir comes, will remain in Princeton, N.J., after sometimes contentious debate over its... [Read More]
For decades Leo Twiggs has been producing batik paintings in his Orangeburg studio, images that often refer to the troubled history of the South. An... [Read More]
Nearly 30 years later, the church can finish that essential detail, thanks to an anonymous $160,000 gift, according to Jack McGovern, director of stewardship at... [Read More]
A protest resulted in the founding of Emanuel AME Church, whose first leaders, including the Rev. Morris Brown, promptly ran afoul of the white authorities... [Read More]
When Margarita was 11, she left Veracruz and crossed the border with her mother and sisters. And for the next three or four days, it... [Read More]
For the first time in more than 300 years, Middleton Place will be managed by someone who's not part of the family. [Read More]
The arms of congregation members at two West Ashley churches have gotten longer in recent years. They now reach as far as a half mile... [Read More]
A new exhibition of works by Orangeburg-based photographer Cecil Williams, known for his images of the civil rights movement in South Carolina, opened at the... [Read More]
Five finalists have been named by the Gibbes Museum of Art for the 2018 Society 1858 Prize for Contemporary Southern Art, including a veteran batik... [Read More]
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