- Mentally-ill man found dead in marsh sent home in taxi by hospital (Post & Courier).
- North Charleston police: 1 person shot near Wescott neighborhood (ABC News 4).
- Bill Murray, Anthony Bourdain & Danny McBride show up at RiverDogs game (Live 5 News).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 4/24 – 4/26/15 (HCS).
- Weekend Rundown with Holy City Sinner (ABC News 4).
- Food TV star Anthony Bourdain chows down in Charleston, including at Riverdogs game (Post & Courier).
- Anthony Bourdain Visits Charleston; Hits Up Late-Night Waffle House (Eater Charleston).
- Anthony Bourdain caught doing jiu-jitsu in Hanahan (Charleston City Paper).
- The meat is the real deal at Cumberland St. Smokehouse (Charleston City Paper).
- Critics Recommend Duck Fat Fries and Wings at Cumberland Street Smokehouse (Eater Charleston).
- Jeni’s King Street ice cream shop closing temporarily due to possible listeria contamination (Post & Courier).
- 18 Charleston Breakfast Sandwiches to Satisfy All Hungers (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston Social: Starbucks offers free drinks after computers go down nationwide (ABC News 4).
- Fish Restaurant Debuts Spring Menu (HCS).
- D’Allesandro’s is making pizza cakes and they’re incredible (Charleston City Paper).
- Macaroon Boutique Celebrates Five Years With Savory Macarons (Eater Charleston).
- Garcia’s brings breakfast tacos to Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Dig South 2015: What to Know, Who to See (Charleston City Paper).
- Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski, who is best known for her role in Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” music video, was in Charleston over the weekend.
- Southern Charm Sees Ratings Boost (FITS News).
- Combat vets finish 175-mile river challenge for PTSD at Citadel (ABC News 4).
- Kopecky’s Kelsey Kopecky discusses dropping the Family Band and creating Drug for the Modern Age (Charleston City Paper).
- Sunday Brings the Blessing of The Fleet & Seafood Festival (HCS).
- Guitarist featured in Woody Allen film to play local gigs; Hermit’s Victory shines on debut album (Post & Courier).
- ‘Southern Charm’ Kathryn Calhoun Dennis: Talks Motherhood & Thomas Ravenel Separation – “We’re Trying to Figure Things Out” (MStars).
- Braves call up former Bishop England standout pitcher (ABC News 4).
- Mt. Pleasant’s Babs Tarr joins the Bat Family and helps give Batgirl a much-needed Veronica Mars makeover (Charleston City Paper).
- Kulture Klash returns to Charleston after three-year hiatus (Post & Courier).
- 2015 Family Circle Cup Highlight Video (YouTube).
- MRSOE! Presents Stand-Up at The Sparrow with Mia Jackson (HCS).
- Special Olympics heralds Flame of Hope in Charleston (Live 5 News).
- MarchFourth Gets Wacky at the Music Farm on 5/2 (HCS).
- David Wax of David Wax Museum talks about work life with his wife and his band’s indie-rock inclinations (Charleston City Paper).
- M.o.M Event: RiverDogs Baseball Themed Competition (HCS).
- Stingrays look to take control of Kelly Cup series in Game 4 (Post & Courier).
- Charleston’s FALINE finds confidence with her bold debut album (Charleston City Paper).
- Riley calls Sanford’s transportation bill a “bad idea” (ABC News 4).
- SC House OKs bill ending permits to carry concealed weapons (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley Co. School District interviews final candidates for superintendent (Live 5 News).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Nicholas Clekis (HCS).
- Mayor Joe Riley honored at Democrats’ Jefferson-Jackson dinner (Post & Courier).
- 17-year-old to become second youngest to graduate from Charleston Southern (ABC News 4).
- SC Teacher of the Year being announced in Columbia (News 2).
- National Parks in need of funds for repairs and maintenance (News 2).
- Coroner identifies man killed after boat runs aground near Shem Creek (ABC News 4).
- Backhoe drivers show off skills in Charleston County (News 2).
- North Charleston police investigating bank robbery (ABC News 4).
- Blotter: By the Hammer of Door (Charleston City Paper).
- DNR: As number of boats grow, so do number of incidents (ABC News 4).
- Emergency crews respond to fire at Summerville neighborhood (Live 5 News).
- Breast cancer hits home for News 2 extended family (News 2).
- Police: 82-year-old Greenville woman dies after left in chair for 6 months (ABC News 4).
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