- Police: Ravenel Bridge shooting an ‘isolated event,’ no threat to race (ABC News 4).
- Tornado watch in effect for Tri-County until 9 p.m. (Live 5 News).
- Meet the candidates for this November’s elections (Charleston City Paper).
- Town, Save Shem Creek end lawsuit (Post & Courier).
- Weekend Events, Parties, & Plans (HCS).
- In the event of dangerous weather conditions, Bridge Run will provide updates first on Facebook (Post & Courier).
- Road closures scheduled for Cooper River Bridge Run (Live 5 News).
- Cooper River Bridge Run winner ready to defend his title (Live 5 News).
- Caitlin Judd Batten hopes to bridge gap between world beer mile and state marathon record (Post & Courier).
- Cooper River Bridge Run Expo preps for racers, families from around the globe (Live 5 News).
- Bridge, Bridge Run have feet planted in history books (Post & Courier).
- Not a runner? Weekend events off the race route (ABC News 4).
- Charleston County Public Library’s main branch will close Saturday for Bridge Run (Post & Courier).
- Mother of runner killed on Crosstown using bridge run to push safety awareness (ABC News 4).
- Buzzworthy: Charleston Honey & Bee Expo is this Sunday (HCS).
- New purveyor Jiminy Co. hopes to convince Charlestonians that crickets are delicious (Charleston City Paper).
- At Hominy Grill, a Fried Chicken Biscuit Gets ‘Nasty’ (Eater Charleston).
- Prohibition trying out a new tasting menu format that’s more casual, less costly (Post & Courier).
- Three years after 213 East Bay’s devastating fire, The Brick returns (Charleston City Paper).
- Mex 1 Coastal Cantina to Open in Sullivan’s Island (HCS).
- At Congress, Mexican and Italian dishes make satisfying eating (Post & Courier).
- Butcher & Bee Shows Off New NoMo Restaurant (Eater Charleston).
- The diners on the bus go “yum yum yum” (Post & Courier).
- Commune’s next dinner event is dedicated to soft-shell crabs (Charleston City Paper).
- Belgian Beer Event Nuit Belge Releases Menu of Pairings (Eater Charleston).
- Bridge Run Brunches: Temptations along the CRBR race route (ABC News 4).
- Where to Eat at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park, Home of the Charleston RiverDogs (Eater Charleston).
- Benny And The Eggs (Yelp Charleston).
- Fun facts to help you enjoy ‘The Big Weekend’ (Post & Courier).
- Backstreet Brunch is Back…ALL RIGHT! (HCS).
- 14 Beautiful South Carolina Destinations To Visit Before You Die (BuzzFeed).
- The 44th Flowertown Festival Begins Friday (HCS).
- Waka Flocka Flame studies at Charleston Law (Charleston City Paper).
- Folly Beach Sea & Sand Festival Scheduled for April 8 & 9 (HCS).
- ‘We Love You’ filming at the Cigar Factory today (Charleston City Paper).
- Spend a “Night at the Races” on 5/7 (HCS).
- College of Charleston to stage sly satire that delves into challenges of black Hollywood (Moultrie News).
- Everything You Need To Know About Cure Nightclub (Eater Charleston).
- Chamber Music Charleston Releases 2016-17 Schedule (HCS).
- Columbia’s Indie Grits festival starts on Thurs. April 14 (Charleston City Paper).
- CFF Searching for Lowcountry’s Best & Brightest (HCS).
- Slow Runner hops back in the saddle with New Monsters (Charleston City Paper).
- NCAA congratulated Gamecocks on making tournament — before leaving them out (Post & Courier).
- Kate L. Mary’s steamy CofC novels are tastefully trashy (Charleston City Paper).
- 25-win season earns Frank Martin raise, four-year contract extension at USC (Post & Courier).
- Charleston tennis, by Volvo Car Open or any name, smells as sweet (Post & Courier).
- Author of “The World Peace Diet” to give talks at College of Charleston, Satsang Yoga (Post & Courier).
- Museum chair: Legislators unlikely to decide flag display (ABC News 4).
- Confederate flag to return to Statehouse in July (Post & Courier).
- State gives Confederate groups a say, but not slave descendants (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston homeless activists report productive meeting with White House officials (News 2).
- Councilwoman defends mayor, police after activists criticize them for crime problem (ABC News 4).
- Attorney General Wilson called head of S.C. GOP and spoke about Pascoe (Post & Courier).
- Destroyer named for Charleston Medal of Honor recipient Ralph Johnson christened Saturday (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Dimitry Cherny (HCS).
- Limits on SNAP benefits to take effect Friday (News 2).
- Reward increased to $11,000 in Ariel Morgan case (ABC News 4).
- Evening visit to City Market raises questions (Post & Courier).
- Arrest made in Taylor Street fatal shooting (ABC News 4).
- J. Crew bringing new concept store to Mount Pleasant (Post & Courier).
- MUSC volunteers spend their days nurturing sick newborns (ABC News 4).
- Nonprofit law firm aims to represent victims priced out of the system (Charleston City Paper).
- Immunity denied for North Charleston officer in 2008 excessive force complaint by Army vet (ABC News 4).
- Twine & Twig at Finicky Filly this weekend (Charleston City Paper).
- Newspaper delivery man alerts neighbors to growing house fire (ABC News 4).
- Federal lawsuit says Aiken police illegally searched two residents (Post & Courier).
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