- Judge strikes down SC’s same-sex marriage ban (ABC News 4).
- Police investigating report of shots fired in N. Charleston; 3rd shooting incident Tuesday (Live 5 News).
- Bond set at $100k for man accused of fatally striking Citadel grad (Live 5 News).
- Best Places to Dine, Drink in Charleston this Fall (Traveler of Charleston).
- Michael Toscano leaving Perla, moving to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Iron Brew 3 Launch Party Set for November 17th (HCS).
- Don’t let the gas station fool you, Ko Cha’s Korean food is the real deal (Charleston City Paper).
- Black Sheep Bar & Grill to Open in Scratch Taco Boutique Space (Eater Charleston).
- Why freezing glassware is a beer geek no-no (Charleston City Paper).
- Vote for Charleston’s Hottest Restaurant (Eater Charleston).
- High Cotton Hosts the Next Good Catch Dinner (HCS).
- SNOB’s take on a classic grapefruit cocktail is the River Dog (Post & Courier).
- Thanksgiving in Charleston: 10 Great Choices for Dining Out (Eater Charleston).
- Quintin Middleton plans new knife line (Post & Courier).
- Social & Poogan’s Porch Announce Thanksgiving Hours (HCS).
- The rarest duck in the Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- Shockingly true tales from the world of pinball fanaticism (Charleston City Paper).
- Local artist partners with Charleston Autism Academy (Charleston City Paper).
- Fun Run kicks off ‘Festival of Lights’ (ABC News 4).
- Björk: Biophilia Live is a fusion of art, science, and nature (Charleston City Paper).
- Local Music:Singin’ the Island Blues (Charleston Magazine).
- Three Area Businesses Honored in 5th Annual “Made in the South” Awards (HCS).
- Neighborhood Spotlight: Summerville (Yelp Charleston).
- Blitz On 2 – Week 12 schedule & scores – Playoff Edition (News 2).
- Gaillard Center opening delayed for “perfection” (ABC News 4).
- Wild Blue Ropes is now offering night climbs (Facebook).
- Get your festive fill from these forthcoming flicks (Charleston City Paper).
- Mount Pleasant mayor urges unity in State of the Town (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Leaders discuss making transportation resilient (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Ginny Deerin (HCS).
- SC Supreme Court rules in school districts’ favor (News 2).
- BB&T ordered to pay $17.2 million to Charleston man over handling of his money (Post & Courier).
- Woman targeted for murder by her husband: ‘It’s been a nightmare’ (Live 5 News).
- Suspect sought after shots fired at Remount Rd. convenience store (Live 5 News).
- Summerville High School’s engineering program gives students head start on career path (News 2).
- Kitchen & Co. to open retail store in former Kmart shopping center (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Local women’s organizations pushing for stronger domestic violence laws (Live 5 News).
- Parent releases video of damage at Johns Island school (ABC News 4).
- S.C. bracing for a ‘silver tsunami’ (GSA Business).
- Meeting planned for ‘The Dorchester’ (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: Drinky Winky, Tipsy, Blah-Blah, and D’oh (Charleston City Paper).
- 16-year-old accused of fondling children (ABC News 4).
- Solicitor clears deputy who shot knife-wielding woman (ABC News 4).
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