- South Carolina sees flood break 17 river flow records (Post & Courier).
- Death of man found on James Island last month ruled a homicide (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant police investigating remains found near Ravenel Bridge (ABC News 4).
- CofC student killed in accident downtown (ABC News 4).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans: 10/23 – 10/25/15 (HCS).
- Holy City Sinner runs down this weekend’s activities (ABC News 4).
CHARLESTON MAYORAL RACE
- Charleston mayoral candidates talk about budgets, toilets and heroes (Post & Courier).
- Who won the Charleston mayoral debate? (Charleston City Paper).
- All they kept talking about was Glory Days … (Post & Courier).
- A by-the-numbers look at the price of dining in Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Ex-Millennium Music building in Charleston to gain 2 restaurants, now fully leased (Post & Courier).
- 17 Epic Charleston Sandwiches To Eat Right Now (Eater Charleston).
- The Most Important Restaurants in Charleston (Thrillist).
- The smoker steers the ship at the Rusty Rudder (Charleston City Paper).
- Fleet Landing Hosts October’s Good Catch Dinner (HCS).
- The newest Charleston food concept is a return to a classic: the food court (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston Mac-Off returns for sixth year with new competitions (Post & Courier).
- Instagram Food Drive, Pop-Up Ramen, and Harvest Feast (Eater Charleston).
- Básico Hosts “Day of the Dead” Celebration on 11/1 (HCS).
- 5 Facts to Know About Butcher & Bee’s Upcoming Fancy Food Court (Eater Charleston).
- Bill Murray’s new Harold’s Cabin restaurant names Justin Moore as head chef (Charleston City Paper).
- CURE on James Island Will Be ‘Destination for Steaks, Seafood and Oysters’ (Eater Charleston).
- New Belgium Brewing’s Clips Beer & Film Tour stop in Charleston, on Thursday, October 15 raised $8,981 for local nonprofit, Charleston Moves.
- See The Post and Courier’s fried chicken film on the big screen (P&C).
- Get Baked Downtown (Yelp Charleston).
- King Street Cookies blending Israeli iced coffee (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant police issue BOLO for 1985 DeLorean with California plates (Charleston City Paper).
- Blitz On 2 – Week 9 schedule & scores (News 2).
- Runners hit pavement for a cause in James Island Connector Run (Live 5 News).
- The Be More Tea festival brings the Roots, Passion Pit, and more to North Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- 98 Rocktoberfest Takes Over Brick House Kitchen on 10/31 (HCS).
- Local fiddle group Na Fidleiri teams up with Ireland’s Tigh Na Coille (Post & Courier).
- Butcher & Bee Night Bazaar now accepting vendor applications (Charleston City Paper).
- Taj Mahal returns to Charleston Music Hall ‘with renewed energy’ after recovering from illness (Post & Courier).
- New exhibits at the Halsey combine the present with the past (Charleston City Paper).
- FollyPalooza to take over Center Street on Folly Beach for annual fundraiser and celebration (Post & Courier).
- The Lowcountry Hall of Fame recognizes the Charleston music scene’s most influential veterans (Charleston City Paper).
- Enough Pie takes over upper peninsula warehouse for “Sound and Light” art installation (Post & Courier).
- The art-house drama Misunderstood is a cathartic exercise for the director but maybe not audiences (Charleston City Paper).
- ‘Thanks, Joe!’ celebration back on schedule this weekend after flooding cancellation (Post & Courier).
- ATOMACON Returns to Charleston Next Month (HCS).
- A Fragile Tomorrow try out bolder sounds on new LP (Charleston City Paper).
- A seminal exhibit on the centennial of Georgia O’Keeffe’s South Carolina epiphany (Charleston City Paper).
- City leaders, US DOT secretary meet in Charleston to discuss 30 years of traffic (ABC News 4).
- Charleston City Council candidates address issues facing those living off the peninsula (Charleston City Paper).
- Summerville mayoral race heats up 11 days from election (ABC News 4).
- Absentee voting light so far in Charleston, elsewhere (Post & Courier).
- College of Charleston’s Bully Pulpit Series to Host Governor Martin O’Malley (CofC).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Representative Chip Limehouse (HCS).
- US Sen. Tim Scott to visit prison camp at Guantanamo Bay (ABC News 4).
- Pet adoptions free, discounted during Mega Match-a-Thon (ABC News 4).
- Teacher moving forward after biting alleged attacker’s tongue off (Live 5 News).
- Residents impacted by floodwaters can get food assistance (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County deputies track down Live 5 Most Wanted fugitive (Live 5 News).
- Coroner releases identity of Hollywood woman killed Friday night, husband charged with murder (Post & Courier).
- Vigil honors victims lost and survivors of domestic abuse (ABC News 4).
- Century Aluminum plant in Goose Creek shutting down (News 2).
- Stand Down Against Homelessness to help Lowcountry veterans (ABC News 4).
- Two new FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers opening in Georgetown County (News 2).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: WCBD News 2’s Josh Marthers (HCS).
- Blotter: Bonehead Conehead (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston bank robbery suspect walks out of bank, into police custody (ABC News 4).
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