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E.g., January 2018

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Sunday, Jan 21, 2018

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Arts & Culture
January 21
Brides-to-be can find everything they need for the wedding of their dreams at this years Charleston Bridal Show. Forget...

Dance & Theater
January 21
In the latest installment of its National Theatre Live screening series, 34 West presents Young Marx, performed at...

Arts & Culture
January 22
For January's installment of their monthly lecture series, Professional Photographers of South Carolina (PPSC) and the ...

Dance & Theater
January 23
In this unique performance, experience classical Chinese culture like never before. Telling the story through...

Arts & Culture
January 24
One of the wedding capitals of the world and the choice locale for more than 100 ceremonies per week, Charleston is the...

Music
January 24
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Neko Case, a self-proclaimed musical nomad and two-time Grammy Award nominee, makes her...

Arts & Culture
January 25
Since 1953, the Preservation Society of Charleston’s annual Carolopolis Awards seek to honor excellence in historic...

Music
January 25
An aspiring politician in the early ‘90s, Thomas Lauderdale was shocked to find that the music at nearly every...

ARTS & EVENTS

January 2018
The scoop on Charleston Wedding WeekTM presented by Diamonds Direct and Henri Daussi—produced by our sister magazine,...

December 2017
Miniature artist Ken Hamilton makes a huge deal of tiny things

December 2017
Sofar Sounds invites fans to enter blind with open ears

November 2017
Seth Deitch screenprints limited-edition posters for hot-ticket concerts around the country

November 2017
NEEDTOBREATHE unplugs for Charleston

October 2017
Free Verse Festival hails poetry all month long

October 2017
Conductor, concertmaster, and violinist Yuriy Bekker kicks off Charleston Symphony Orchestra’s Pops series on October...

October 2017
On mourning, Motown, and the enduring mojo of black classical music

February 2017
Every day is dish duty for ceramicist Grace Jennings

August 2017
Sarah Mosteller knits braided steel into sculptures

August 2017
A newly rebranded conference underscores Charleston’s status as a musical haven

June 2017
Stephen Wayne and Jeff Querin pack their pint-size theater with musical comedies they both pen and perform in 

June 2017
Folk singer and songwriter Avi Jacob is set to release another soul-baring EP this month

June 2017
Schola St. George studies historical martial arts

May 2017
Overwhelmed by all the Spoleto Festival USA offerings? Click on the flip-book below to find out which events local arts...

May 2017
Activism, art, and a flood of urgency inform and awaken the work of Mary Edna Fraser

May 2017
Charles Gaines’s mathematically based grids reject the idea that art must be a function of personal expression

April 2017
Robert Marks kicked off a career in writing randy novels with 1971’s The Trembling of a Leaf

March 2017
Showcasing emerging designer and model talent across the East Coast, Lexus Charleston Fashion Week® has fast become one...

March 2017
Illustrator Daniel Velasco combines his passion for haute couture with a knack for pen, paint, and pad 

March 2017
Ranky Tanky aims to share its contemporary expression of Gullah music ’round the globe

February 2017
The past is present in a new gospel music series

January 2017
Jazz musician Robert Lewis discusses his career as a performer, composer, and educator 

January 2017
SUSTO advances its indie rock sound in a new album

December 2016
Timothy Banks illustrates a whimsical world in children’s books, magazines, apps, and more

October 2016
Hit the streets for an urban art walk highlighting one-of-a-kind murals that decorate our city

October 2016
Sullivan’s Island resident Vincent J. Musi captures the great outdoors and all its wild inhabitants 

October 2016
Dead 27s debuts an impressive full-length album

September 2016
The story behind Stop Light Observations’ latest album

September 2016
Chamber Music Charleston’s Sandra Nikolajevs marks the nonprofit’s 10th anniversary with a trip to Carnegie Hall