- Torrential rain floods Summerville area, brings traffic to a crawl (Post & Courier).
- NCPD: 4 hospitalized following Rivers Ave. drive-by shooting (Live 5 News).
- Patriots Point marks D-Day with symposium, speakers who were at Normandy (ABC News 4).
- Coroner’s office identifies body recovered from Berkeley Co. canal (Live 5 News).
- 8 WWII vets from SC to be given French award (ABC News 4).
- Patriots Point set to commemorate D-Day anniversary aboard Laffey (ABC News 4).
- Local archaeologist explores the hidden battlefield of D-Day (Post & Courier).
- Phony Twitter accounts of mayor and police chief blast bar closing ordinance (Live 5 News).
- Charleston City Council still considering proposed ordinance for earlier closings (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- The City Paper created these posters to put up on King Street (Twitter).
- A Taste of Charleston, Old-School and New (New York Times).
- Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry is teaming up with Kona Shaved Ice (InTown).
- West Ashley’s Most Outrageous Burgers (West of).
- Flavorful but uncomplicated recipes appeal to postal carrier and home cook (Post & Courier).
- The Obstinate Daughter Brunch Menu is Here (Eater Charleston).
- 300 gallons of orange juice leaks into swamp following truck accident (Live 5 News).
- Philanthropic chefs step outside the kitchen (Post & Courier).
- HoM reviewed (Burgaholic).
- Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams Opened to Big Crowds (Eater Charleston).
- The hissing dip of a flip (Post & Courier).
- No ID? No entry to Nashville bar for country super star Darius Rucker (Post & Courier).
- Texas Tech shuts out College of Charleston, 1-0, in Game 1 of Super Regional (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston’s Gunnar Heidt taken by Toronto Blue Jays in 13th round (Post & Courier).
- Clowney signs 4-year contract with Texans worth more than $22 million guaranteed (Post & Courier).
- Ayoka Lucas The Trendspotter (Charlie Mag).
Live Music: Skye Paige; Pillage & Plunder; Tape Waves; Sons of Hippies (Charleston City Paper).
- RiverDogs snap eight-game losing streak (News 2).
DJ D!Z brings the funk to Charleston via old 45s (Charleston City Paper).
- City Paper founding editor Stephanie Barna makes her exit after 17 years (Charleston City Paper).
- Syked Out holds on to win Bohicket Marina Invitational Billfish Tournament (Post & Courier).
The Streets of Spoleto (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina needs anti-statue statute for sports (Post & Courier).
- Federal, state and local election capsules (Post & Courier).
- Haley signs bill allowing cannabis oil for epilepsy (WMBF).
- 26,000 absentee ballots cast in South Carolina primaries (Post & Courier).
- McConnell: Will stay in office until Mid-June (Live 5 News).
- McConnell: McGill ‘interested’ in Lt. Gov. office (Live 5 News).
- Sen. Lindsey Graham doesn’t trumpet his faith, but says it’s vital part of his life (Post & Courier).
- Four GOP lieutenant governor candidates debate in SC (News 2).
- Sen. Lindsey Graham’s tea party opposition missing a golden opportunity? (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Bobby Jindal headlines South Carolina GOP’s Silver Elephant dinner (Post & Courier).
- Stop the Civil War fight-songs fight (Post & Courier).
- Tractor trailer wreck shuts down Savannah Hwy in Ravenel (Live 5 News).
- Pedestrians and police worry Avondale intersection could turn deadly (ABC News 4).
- Gullah Geechee Commission meeting in SC (ABC News 4).
- Charleston man who claimed self-defense found not guilty of murder (Post & Courier).
- Boaters thank Berkeley County Rescue Squad (News 2).
- Police: Robbery reported at West Ashley bank (ABC News 4).
- This Week in #CHS Tweets (Charleston Grit).
- Tricounty Family Ministries expands to move people from crisis to stability (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston police say woman pointed gun at officer (Post & Courier).
- Police say: Man mowing grass hit and killed by drunk driver (News 2).
- Two fatal wrecks reported in Berkeley County Saturday (Post & Courier).
- Intro to Movement 4 week Comprehensive Climbing Clinic (InTown).
- Restoration on King launches $15 million expansion project on Wentworth Street (Post & Courier).
- Motorcyclist killed in Berkeley County accident Saturday (ABC News 4).
- Moncks Corner woman sentenced to 17 years in prison for fatal DUI (Live 5 News).
- Andrews police officer spots black bear in neighborhood (ABC News 4).
- Woman charged with pointing gun at officer during dispute (ABC News 4).
- Evictions leave residents of crumbling N. Charleston apartments with few options (Post & Courier).
- Traffic backs up on I-26 after wreck, meth lab find (ABC News 4).
- 1 killed, 2 others injured in crash on I-26 Saturday (ABC News 4).
- Charleston’s World Heritage bid taking shape (Post & Courier).
- Summerville teen killed in accident on Highway 61 (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County to break ground on senior center Monday (ABC News 4).
- Deck collapse on Pawley’s Island injures 11 (ABC News 4).
- Running 33 miles for 33 kids a world away (ABC News 4).
- Charleston airport renovation project at halfway point (ABC News 4).
The Midnight City to Play Back-to-Back Nights at The Windjammer
The Midnight City, the popular local Indie Alternative/Pop band, will be performing on back-to-back nights at The Windjammer later this...