Posted by Katie Molpus on Fri, Jan 26, 2018 at 10:06 AM click to enlarge The Goose Creek Artists Guild will be displaying pieces from their 35th Annual Judged Show at the North Charleston City Gallery from Feb. 1-26. The show will feature work in a variety of media and subjects from regional artists of all skill levels.
click to enlarge It's almost here guys. The Super Bowl. Whether you're here for the football or the halftime show, there's one thing we all want on Super Bowl Sunday - food and lots of it. This year, skip the cooking and go straight to the eating with these local deals.
North Carolina poet Emilia Phillips gives a reading and a seminar as part of the Poetry Society of South Carolina's ( PSSC) February program, held on Feb. 9-10 at the Charleston Library Society. On Friday night, Phillips will read selections from her work at 7 p.m.
click to enlarge This January, The Gibbes Museum of Art kicks off the 2018 Visiting Artists series featuring a diverse group of artists. Over the next few months, visitors can engage with artists, learning more about mediums from basket-making to sculpting. Mary Jackson (Jan. 25-Feb.
Posted by Katie Molpus on Thu, Jan 18, 2018 at 12:54 PM click to enlarge Charleston County School District and the RiverDogs are teaming up again for "Reading Around the Bases," a 12-week initiative to promote literacy throughout the district.
Apparently March 31 is National Oysters on the Half-Shell day. And while we think it's cute that other parts of the nation have to carve out a day to celebrate our favorite oysters, we know the truth - every day is national oyster day if you try hard enough.
Posted by Katie Molpus on Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 12:07 PM click to enlarge The Charleston Museum is bringing back Bragg Boxes, a program that first began in 1928 designed to expand the educational access to the Museum's exhibits.
Posted by Katie Molpus on Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 1:36 PM click to enlarge Through March, the Ellis-Nicholson Gallery will be exhibiting a new collection of work by Elaine Hruska entitled UTAHpian Splendor, inspired by Hruska's recent trip to Utah. The exhibit opens with a reception open to the public on March 2 from 5 to 8 p.m.