- CPD: Victim dies in downtown shooting (ABC News 4).
- Man shot in park while kids at swim practice nearby (Post & Courier).
- SC Farm-to-Restaurant Sales at Risk: How to Help (Carolina Farm Stewardship Association).
- Boeing breaks ground on North Charleston propulsion plant (Live 5 News).
- Sheriff: Miles shot himself, will be charged (Live 5 News).
- Purple Heart awarded 40 years later (Live 5 News).
- StarChefs.com Assembles Carolina Culinary Talent for Awards Gala (Post & Courier).
- Who is Charleston’s Chef of the Year? (Eater Charleston).
- John Currence dishes on the state of Southern cooking (Charleston City Paper).
- 82 Queen Offers Taste of Steven Lusby’s Beard House Menu (Post & Courier).
- HoM Introduces Monday Specials (Post & Courier).
- Creekside Pizza Co. in West Ashley should be opening soon (Facebook).
- Deihl Looks Forward to CWF Rolling On Under New Director (Post & Courier).
- High Cotton Pours Free Bubbly (Post & Courier).
- Summerville church ramps up fundraising effort for Philippines (Live 5 News).
- In Goose Creek ties to Philippines frayed by storm but faith unshaken (News 2).
- SC man who cut Lincoln Memorial grass to get new lawnmower, saw (Live 5 News).
- Nonprofit works to bring families in need Thanksgiving meal (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Animal Society is hosting a Pet Food Drive on 11/23 (Facebook)
- Sending Charleston cheer to the troops for Christmas, Blue Star Mothers and Families (News 2).
- The Obstinate Daughter To Open in January
- High Wire Teams With Warehouse for Next Tasting Party
- PBR’s Mural Unveiling Party this Saturday at The Alley
- “Rockabillaque” Engulfs Park Circle this Saturday
- Trailer for “Cook It Raw (Charleston)” Surfaces
- G. Love & Special Sauce Return to the Music Farm
- This Week at the Charleston Pour House – 11/11/13
- This Week at the Music Farm: 11/11/13
- Rand Paul to Charlestonians: “They’re Coming After Your Doughnuts!”
- Charleston Battery Head Coach Mike Anhaeuser elected to the USL Men’s Hall of Fame (USL Soccer).
- Local basketball stars get jump during early signing period (Post & Courier).
- Bracket breakdown for Class 1A football playoffs (ABC News 4).
- Bullying? Hazing? An absolute no-no for Spurrier, Swinney (Post & Courier).
- Funeral arrangements, cause of death announced for Columbia marathoner (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Southern to host The Citadel in football for first time in 2014 (Post & Courier).
- CPD searching for man wanted for harassment (ABC News 4).
- Jury split between men, women in trial of former Lincolnville pastor accused of raping prostitutes (Post & Courier).
- Alleged rape victim takes stand in former pastor trial (ABC News 4).
- Cops: Downtown man attacks woman after dance rejection (Live 5 News).
- Motorist hits Charleston police officer in West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- Report: Man found unconscious, told officer he tried to get high (ABC News 4).
- Report: Man arrested after posting fake Craigslist ad (ABC News 4).
- Ex-finance manager at Summerville firm gets 33 months for $625K embezzlement (Post & Courier).
- 2013 Black Friday Ads Released (Live 5 News)..
- SHS, GMS locked down Tuesday morning (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Vendue Inn renovations get underway downtown (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Last bottles of harbor-soaked wine on sale Wednesday (ABC News 4).
- Greasers Galore at the Inaugural ‘Rockabillaque Festival’ (Metronome Charleston).
- Antifreeze drips on some students, school bus driver (ABC News 4).
- Real estate agent: “We are in a Boeing world here” (News 2).
- Stand-Up at the Sparrow – 5 Things You Need to Know (Real Deal with Neil).
Survey: Most Charleston School of Law students oppose InfiLaw sale (Charleston City Paper).
- Hey, Y’all: Southern Accents Voted Most Attractive (TIME).
- Senator Tim Scott accepting applications for internships (News 2).
- At site of Woolfe Street collapse, new apartment building proposed (Charleston City Paper).
- DD2 gets financial thumbs up (Summerville Journal Scene).
Indie filmmaker hosts pay-what-you-can night at the Terrace (Charleston City Paper).
- President Wilson’s S.C. home to reopen in February (Post & Courier).
- The Punch List with BYOG Drummer JP Treadaway (Metronome Charleston).
Oysters on the Point Returns on February 5th with Empire Strikes Brass
The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina will host its third Oysters on the Point event of the season on Saturday,...