- Bridge Run bibs are going fast! (ABC News 4).
- Boeing sets date for first 787-10 flight from North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Republican male lawmaker runs out the clock on bill meant to boost women’s pay (Post & Courier).
- Man dead, woman charged after stabbing in Goose Creek (ABC News 4).
- Police: Murder victim calls 911 before he dies (Live 5 News).
- Man charged in roommate’s death arrested after report of disturbance (Live 5 News).
- Attorneys jockey over evidence as the federal trial of Michael Slager nears (Charleston City Paper).
- Corruption probe prompts South Carolina lawmakers to delay vote on Gov. McMaster’s Ports Authority nominees (Post & Courier).
- Thirst Quenchers: Water Mission brings clean water to communities around the globe (Charleston Mag).
- Where to Find Soft Shell Crabs in Charleston, 2017 (Eater Charleston).
- Hen and The Goat Serves Cobb Salads and Egg Sandwiches on James Island (Eater Charleston).
- Gullah Expert Charlotte Jenkins Joins Gentry Bar & Room (HCS).
- Fish forgoes French past for Asian-influenced future (Charleston City Paper).
- Psst! Climb aboard the Spirit of Carolina for super shrimp and grits (Post & Courier).
- You Could Sing the National Anthem at This Year’s Charleston Beer Garden (Facebook).
- Edmund’s Oast Exchange Hosts Madeira School (HCS).
- Mexican bakery in Hanahan offers entry to the wide world of pan dulce (Post & Courier).
- Fish Announces Bridge Run Hours & Specials (HCS).
- John Hodgman weighs in on hot dog taco after one surfaces on North Charleston taco crawl (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston-based Envies Flavor Shot Coming to a Store Near You (HCS).
- Charleston Chefs Pair Up With Belgian Beers (Eater Charleston).
- Time Is Running Out to Get Pink Bellies on Campus (CofC).
- Hibachi, Teppanyaki, And All The Sake (Yelp Charleston).
- Opinion: Constantly asking restaurants to give freebies to charities has got to stop (Charleston City Paper).
- Volvo Car Open Partners with Sloane Stephens to Collect Shoes in Fight Against Global Poverty (HCS).
- Charleston Battery’s 25th Anniversary Kicks Off Saturday (HCS).
- New club seats at The Joe offer luxury baseball experience (ABC News 4).
- Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition launches TV and Movie Club (Charleston City Paper).
- Avian Conservation Center Hosts “Bird Songs,” Nashville Songwriters in the Round (HCS).
- No delay for Folly Sea & Sand Festival after all (ABC News 4).
- Glee club marks end of Spring Tour at Mother Emanuel (ABC News 4).
- Terrace Theater extends screenings of film fest flicks, begins donation drive (Charleston City Paper).
- Dangermuffin goes acoustic and expands musically on Heritage (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston’s Bizness Suit creates an album featuring members of ZZ Top and Pink Floyd (Charleston City Paper).
- The legend behind Charleston Boxing Club is ready to get his due (Charleston City Paper).
- Stingrays to play four home games this week, with a dash of extra fun (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Evan West (HCS).
- Monte Lee returns to Charleston for emotional game between Cougars, Tigers (ABC News 4).
- Escape to the fairy-tale world of ‘Sleeping Beauty’ (Post & Courier).
- Patrick Dougherty brings his larger-than-life installations to the Gibbes (Charleston City Paper).
- Redux hosts farewell exhibit; ‘Slightly Askew’ comes to City Gallery (Post & Courier).).
- S.C. Families Brace for Possible Health Care Changes (News 2).
- Ta-Nehisi Coates talks history of slavery, Confederate flag at College of Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Nikki Haley says she ‘experienced the wrath’ of South Carolina political strategists, including Richard Quinn (Post & Courier).
- The principal of Harleyville Elementary School has died (Post & Courier).
- S.C. lawmaker takes a stand against online ticket scalpers (Charleston City Paper).
- Interfaith group continues call for racial bias audit of Charleston Police Department (Post & Courier).
- Mt. Pleasant homeowners petition to stop Carolina Park regional stadium (Live 5 News).
- Erin’s Courage: Banding together to stop bullying (ABC News 4).
- Attorneys for death row inmate want Slager jury list for appeal process (Live 5 News).
- No limits at Camp Rise Above (ABC News 4).
- As American Apparel closes, several new shops opening in downtown Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Suit filed in Charleston over missing Malaysia Air jet transferred (Post & Courier).
- Mount Pleasant police looking for man who struck another with handgun (ABC News 4).
- Babies born at Coastal Carolina Hospital bear names of star-crossed lovers (Live 5 News).
- Purple Heart veterans share combat stories at Patriots Point (Live 5 News).
- Hail, outages reported with strong thunderstorms as front moves through Lowcountry (ABC News 4).
- Bond set for prominent Midlands pastor charged with domestic violence (Live 5 News).
- Moncks Corner drug/alcohol ministry wants to expand into helping addicted women (News 2).
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