- A wiser Nikki Haley is finally ready to take the national stage (Charleston City Paper).
- Nikki Haley is the opposite of Donald Trump. That’s why she’s delivering this year’s SOTU response (Yahoo Politics).
- Trump fires back at Haley (Post & Courier).
- After Citadel ‘white hoods’ incident, hoops recruit seeks release from letter-of-intent (Washington Post).
- Vote Charleston #1 in Travel + Leisure’s 2016 World’s Best Awards (Charleston CVB).
- As tents grow, so do questions (Post & Courier).
- Deputies: Man shot to death inside West Ashley barber shop (ABC News 4).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
GOP DEBATE IN NORTH CHARLESTON
- Trump dominates most of GOP field, battles with scrappy Cruz (ABC News 4).
- Plenty of heated exchanges at Republican debate (Live 5 News).
- Fireworks, laughs, and controversy during GOP debate (News 2).
- How the Republican Presidential Race Got Even Nastier (Time).
- Chuck Todd, “Meet The Press”, weighs in on 2016 presidential debate (News 2).
- GOP debate in Charleston not likely to change minds in the Palmetto State (Post & Courier).
- Political supporters descend on the North Charleston Coliseum for GOP debate (Post & Courier).
- Meet the crowd outside the GOP debate (Charleston City Paper).
- The Codfather, Gogogreens, and Community Pizza Unlock the Doors (Eater Charleston).
- Butcher and Bee moving to NoMo (Charleston City Paper).
- The deal with dinner at Butcher & Bee (Post & Courier).
- 5th Annual Food Truck Festival Parks at LLF on 1/30 (HCS).
- Taste of Folly first of several street parties to liven up Folly Beach’s off-season (Post & Courier).
- Hominy Grill’s Charleston Nasty Now Available at Chick’s Fry House (Eater Charleston).
- The Macintosh Hosts Chef Kevin Gillespie’s Book Signing on 1/28 (HCS).
- Newcomer Caribbean Delight Provides Curried Goat, Jerk Pork, Bammy, and More (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston Specialty Foods opens doors (Post & Courier).
- Indaco’s Kevin Getzewich starts healthy-eating program for students (Charleston City Paper).
- The Lowdown: Essential eats in the Lowcountry (Post & Courier).
- Ohio-Based Pizza Chain Donatos Expands to Four Lowcountry Stores (Eater Charleston).
- Chef Damon Wise’s new restaurant will be at 23 Ann Street (Charleston City Paper).
- Feel The Burn (Yelp Charleston).
- Renowned chef Edna Lewis spent only three years at Middleton Place but left a rich legacy (Post & Courier).
- Prune-Inspired Dinner, Heavy Discounts at The Grocery, and More (Eater Charleston).
- Louis Osteen, ex-Nashville Chef, Injured in Car Accident (Nashville Scene).
- GOP debate moderators keen to eat at Husk (Post & Courier).
- Charleston Scene introduces new food column (Post & Courier).
- Widespread Panic Returns to the Coliseum in April (HCS).
- Frustrated with Spoleto Festival’s online ticketing process? You’re not alone (Post & Courier).
- Scheduling conflicts put Battery’s Carolina Challenge Cup on hold (CRBJ Biz Wire).
- Holy City Comic Con Debuts on January 23rd (HCS).
- Weezer, Panic! At The Disco and Blitzen Trapper announce Charleston shows (Post & Courier).
- Clemson Comes Up Short in National Championship (HCS).
- CFP National Championship Round-Up (HCS).
- Clemson-Alabama earns ESPN’s third-highest rating ever (Post & Courier).
- Gibbes Museum will reopen on May 28 (Charleston City Paper).
- The 8th Annual Chase After a Cure Gala is Next Month (HCS).
- Clemson lawsuit planned: Group turns its sights on Coach Dabo Swinney’s Christian faith (Alabama.com).
- Sailor attempting to be first female from College of Charleston to qualify for Olympics (Post & Courier).
- Indie Grits free and expanding in 10th year (The State).
- After 12 years at the City Paper, cartoonist Steve Stegelin gets a gallery show (Charleston City Paper).
- The Southern Gallery unlocks its doors tonight (Charleston City Paper).
- Citadel football coach Mike Houston a candidate at James Madison (Post & Courier).
- Nomadic sludge-metal duo Jucifer are livin’ the RV dream (Charleston City Paper).
- While some urban art fades, new expressions take root in Charleston’s cityscape (Post & Courier).
- Lindsey Graham throws his support for Jeb Bush for president (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Haley suggests spending $345 million for road repairs (The State).
- Attorney seeks to block public disclosure of Michael Slager bail supporters (Post & Courier).
- House passes bill to regulate mopeds (Greenville Online).
- State lawmaker files resolution saying Trump isn’t welcome in S.C. (Charleston City Paper).
- Citadel Mall tops list for Mayor’s changes in West Ashley (Live 5 News).
- At least two South Carolinians invited to State of the Union speech (Post & Courier).
- In Mount Pleasant, sharp elbows emerge over roundabout (Post & Courier).
- Once again, CCSD ineptly handles a troublesome situation (Charleston City Paper).
- North Charleston approves Ingleside ordinance to correct error (Post & Courier).
- City and developers inch closer to Sergeant Jasper compromise (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: The Tecklenburg Children (HCS).
- Heavy rains trigger flash flood watch for tri-county area (ABC News 4).
- Sea turtles brought south from New England for treatment (Live 5 News).
- City makes room for tiny homes to help homeless (ABC News 4).
- Nonprofit that supports area animal shelters reports theft of more than $2,000 (Post & Courier).
- Uber decreases ride prices in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Fit for a King Tiny House- Charleston, SC (Daily Kos).
- North Charleston call center eliminating up to 150 jobs (Post & Courier).
- Roper St. Francis, national physical therapy practice buy Lowcountry clinics (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Disappearing doctors make it difficult to find medical records (Post & Courier).
- Pedestrian on I-26 near emergency lane in North Charleston fatally struck by van (Post & Courier).
- Deputies: Wife shot husband in the back in Colleton County (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office teams with DEA in drug bust (Live 5 News).
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