Kathleen W Curry

Freelance Writer, Technical Writer, Editor, Blogger

Location icon United States

Can I tell your story? Let's get it on paper, make it a reality, bring it to life.

I have interviewed entrepreneurs and artists in Charleston, SC for local magazines and newspapers, including the Charleston City Paper and West of Newspaper. I have sample links posted below, but a more complete set of my published work can b found at my website. I also have experience in technical writing and customer service.

At my namesake blog, KathleenWCurry, I muse about language, word use, and communications issues. I have been blogging about Easily Confused Words since 2012. Each post features an original very short story, and there are close to 1500 of them.

Please contact me via email if you have writing or documentation work you need.

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Raging Bull

3 Matadors keeps patrons charging back for bold, fresh flavors

For Doris Colbert Kennedy, painting reveals the mysteries of the universe

For seven years, painter Doris Colbert Kennedy has been searching for God in infinitesimally small spaces. She's read about quantum physics, from the cosmic to the gluinoscopic in scale. Guided solely by intuition, she's documented her journey in oil paint on 30 canvases that will be on display in Spirit and Memory: Contemporary Expressions of Cultural Heritage at the City Gallery.

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The Feast of St. John

Brazilianuts, James Island Presbyterian present St. Johns Benefit Brunch

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On The Right Track: Boxcar Bettys Opens on Savannah Highway

Boxcar Betty takes the fried chicken sandwich to the next level May 20, 2014 By Kathleen Curry | Contributing Writer Boxcar Betty's Roth Scott and Ian MacBryde created a recipe for success by creating a chicken sandwich that marries local farm freshness with modern quick-service efficiency, and the feisty attitude of fictional workers' rights character Boxcar Betty.

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Southern Comfort

The Mason Jar by Fatboys offers downhome recipes by local folks for local folks July 24, 2014 By Kathleen Curry | Contributing Writer The best country cooking is usually found off the beaten path. The Mason Jar by Fatboys, which recently opened on Ashley River Road between the Bees Ferry and Magwood intersections, possesses the deep local roots to be just such a place.

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A Buzz-worthy Endeavor

West Ashley beekeeper turns fascination into a sweet business Larry Sexton of Charleston Bees and Honey has been beekeeping for about a decade, but bees have been a subject of lifelong fascination. His grandfather, a retired railroad conductor outside of Boston was also a beekeeper.

LILA hopes to help aspiring writers

Pat Conroy. Mary Alice Monroe. Sue Monk Kidd. Many aspiring authors fantasize that theirs is the next big name in books, but reality has a tragic plot twist in store. A recent survey of authors says that 80 percent make $1,000 or less a year.

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Sowing The Seeds of Love

Seeds Of Hope connects local farmer with the West Ashley community

Storytelling festival celebrates second year

Storytelling predates writing. You could even call it the oldest form of magic. And yet, despite its incredible power, it's just one performer using tools they were born with - their voice, face, hands, and one amazing memory. With these seemingly simple tools, they transfix their audiences, taking them on a journey that requires not a single step.

Thomas and Judy Heath inspire next generation of local playwrights

Thomas and Judy Heath have been captivated by the human condition their entire lives. It started when they were children, playing characters onstage. Thomas realized the addictive thrill of making an audience erupt with laughter; Judy discovered that stepping into a character's shoes was a path to finding herself.

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No Ordinary Goat

The Green Goat offers creative comfort food in a relaxed setting

Cone 10 unites a community one handcrafted piece at a time

Cone 10's small gallery space on Morrison Drive houses a mosaic of original clay pottery, from delicate and functional to chunky and funky: Miyako Fujiwara's Japanese teaware, Jason Luck's heirloom whiskey jugs, Anne John's elegant white vases, Holly Benton's highly textured house sculptures, and the gorgeous dinnerware crafted by CBFB Tablescapes, the collective work of Chris Burr and Fiorenzo Berardozzi that is featured on the tables of Husk and McCrady's.

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¡Yo Quiero Yo Bo!

Big flavors at Yo Bo Cantina Fresca…and for not a lot of pesos

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No Opportunity Wasted

Mike Lotz of Triangle Char and Bar The name might be Triangle Char & Bar, but West Ashley restaurant brings things full circle Known to some as "downtown West Ashley," the Avondale Business District certainly has a vibrant, mini-metropolitan vibe. There's always something happening, and even bigger things on the way.

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Low-N-Slow BBQ Meets Handcrafted Libations

Swig & Swine gives West Ashley another great barbecue option June 12, 2014 By Kathleen CurryContributing Writer Swig & Swine arrives just in time for summer vacation and cookout season. It's the brainchild of local restaurant talents Anthony DiBernardo, Steve Kish, and Jonathan Kish. Each man brings key ingredients to Swig & Swine's recipe for success.

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A Pie With A View

Creekside Pizza offers Italian favorites with the best view in West Ashley Creekside Pizza, which opened a couple weeks ago, offering amazing marsh views of Longbranch Creek, gourmet pizzas and Italian entrees, and an extensive bar menu, including an impressive craft beer list.

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Awww Schnitzel!

Mueller's Pub gets in touch with its German heritage with renovated kitchen and new German & American menu "Even with the recent explosion of biergartens, the only place to find authentic schnitzel in Charleston is Mueller's Pub in West Ashley..."

Artist Mary-Ann Prack brings her sculptures, paintings, and drawings to City Gallery at...

With Standing Still ... in the Abstract, now on display at City Gallery at Waterfront Park, Canadian-born ceramicist and clay sculptor Mary-Ann Prack (pronounced "Prock") wants viewers to contemplate seemingly paradoxical ideas: Abstraction can be both ancient and futuristic at the same time, and even though the figures are static, they still contain a certain energy.

Midtown Productions partners with Duvall Catering to open dinner theater

You can combine dinner with a movie all in one spot at Cinebarre, but dinner with a theater performance? Until recently, the only place that was possible was at North Charleston's dinner theater events, which run just a few times a year. But now that's changed.

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Taking Homemade to The Next Level

Foodies Café and Catering "We don't claim to be chefs. We just cook and prepare food very well," says Jeannie Dillon of Foodies Café and Catering. Since its opening late last year on Sam Rittenberg Boulevard in what used to be a Kentucky Fried Chicken, Foodies has quietly built a reputation among the residents who live around the restaurant.

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In Over Your Head

Craft Conundrum aims to wow and stump craft beer lovers July 17, 2014 By Kathleen Curry | Contributing Writer With the introduction of Craft Conundrum, owner Richard Easterby, Jr. aims to put beer lovers in a quandary. With more than 100 beers on tap alone, which should you try this time?

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A Classic In The Making

Two friends blend talents for the ultimate coffee experience May 7, 2014 By Kathleen Curry | Contributing Writer Classic Coffee is remaking the concept of brewed coffee and espresso in Charleston. At their soft opening recently, owners Jeff Corbett and Winter Fox were delighted at the enthusiastic reception they received.

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Sweet Success

New bakery goes from a virtual Etsy site to physical space on Ashley River Road

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