- Trial date set for friend of Dylann Roof, but still no decision to seek death for Roof (ABC News 4).
- Bright files bill that would restrict transgender bathroom access (Greenville Online).
- Smoaks family awaits return of 3 children, court hearing rescheduled (ABC News 4).
- Citadel facing two new lawsuits involving Louis Skip ReVille (Live 5 News).
- Senators make little progress on ethics reform despite Gov. Nikki Haley’s call for advancement (Post & Courier).
- Rolling solo: Unlike many cities, Charleston’s food trucks tend to be solitary when on a site (Post & Courier).
- Nine food trucks to try (Post & Courier).
- The Codfather brings proper fish and chips to North Charleston (Charleston City Paper).
- Fill Restaurant and Piano Bar brings new groove to East Cooper nightlife (Post & Courier).
- Kosher caterer selling Passover meals (Post & Courier).
- Inaugural season of Sullivan’s Island farmers’ market begins this week (Live 5 News).
- Belgian Beer Celebration Visits CHS Next Week (HCS).
- Local tries spending food dollars closer to home during challenge (Post & Courier).
- Blue Point Brewing Company’s “Toasted Tour” Stops in Charleston on 4/30 (HCS).
- Cheers To Beers (Yelp Charleston).
- Turquoise brings Turkish food downtown (Post & Courier).
- Fish and Grits, Food Trucks, and Soft-Shells (Eater Charleston).
- Harold’s Cabin was like a Dean & DeLuca 50 years ahead of its time (Charleston City Paper).
- Chef Shuffles at The Lot and R. Kitchen (Eater Charleston).
- Spring brings crop of barbecue books (Post & Courier).
- Wednesday a day of upsets at Volvo Cup Open (ABC News 4).
- Volvo Car Open unveils new feature to interact with fans (Live 5 News).
- Dueling Piano Bar to Open Downtown (HCS).
- Save money on Spoleto tickets this weekend (Charleston City Paper).
- 15th Annual Plantasia Scheduled for April 15 & 16 (HCS).
- Kathryn Dennis Hit With Drug, Affair Allegations (FITS News).
- Southern Charm’s Patricia Altschul Shares Her 7 Rules for Throwing the Perfect Cocktail Party (Vogue).
- RiverDogs return to The Joe for 20th season pitching some good deals (Post & Courier).
- RiverDogs Announce 2016 Opening Day Roster (Charleston RiverDogs).
- Marka Rodgers finishes Cooper Bridge Run, now wants to send message to insurance companies (ABC News 4).
- The Holocaust drama Bent is as redemptive as it is heart-wrenching (Charleston City Paper).
- Live Music: Kanika Moore & the Motown Throwdown; Sin City; Joy Moja Jam Fest; Fireside Collective (Charleston City Paper).
- Aaron Neville brings New Orleans R&B to Charleston Music Hall (Post & Courier).
- A musician’s case against the $5 cover charge (Charleston City Paper).
- Blues legends play free outdoor shows at Kiawah’s Blues by the Sea (Post & Courier).
- Edmund’s Oast Hosts Book Launch Party for Local Author on 4/17 (HCS).
- Zany punk trio Hale Bopp Astronauts want to prepare you for the reptilian alien invasion (Charleston City Paper).
- Atlas Road Crew back home after great reception in Europe (Post & Courier).
- County Parks Add Yoga to Brewsday Series (HCS).
- Drummer Ron Wiltrout recruits an array of jazz musicians for Jazzed Up in the Holy City (Charleston City Paper).
- The Waiting Room’s fourth art pop-up finds home in Pulp Gallery (Post & Courier).
- CofC students launch #BeingBlackAtCofC campaign to discuss diversity on campus (Charleston City Paper).
- FCC official participates in SC hearing on prison cellphones (ABC News 4).
- Quintin’s Close-ups: Sandi Engleman (HCS).
- Charleston sued over hotel approvals near City Market (Post & Courier).
- Trial begins for man accused in fatal ‘sucker punch’ (Live 5 News).
- AAA Carolinas urging drivers to avoid distractions (ABC News 4).
- SCDOR announces two more Boeing employees arrested for tax evasion (Live 5 News).
- Dr. Barron Nason releases first statement since urgent centers closed (ABC News 4).
- Conviction overturned after court says target of North Charleston man’s threats wasn’t public official (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County dispatchers say stop pocket dialing 911 (Live 5 News).
- Lane Bryant opening third Charleston-area store Friday (Post & Courier).
- Proposal for Mt. Pleasant Walmart to expand, Lowe’s to be built (News 2).
- 5-foot bee hive removed from Summerville home (Post & Courier).
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