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- Dylann Roof likely has autism, but preferred death over that label, court records show (ABC News 4).
- Body found near Citadel campus (ABC News 4).
- Mount Pleasant police: Woman killed her father, threw clothes and gun into creek (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina House slams Gov. Henry McMaster as it overrides gas tax veto (Post & Courier).
- As battle over Confederate symbols wages on, South Carolina observes Confederate Memorial Day Wednesday (Post & Courier).
- S.C.’s Trey Gowdy among possible FBI director candidates, while Scott, Graham steer clear of criticism post-Comey firing (Post & Courier).
- Deputies searching for missing teen believed to be in “imminent danger” (Live 5 News).
- Hundreds join first public sea turtle release of 2017 (Live 5 News).
- Nation’s Largest One Day Food Drive is Saturday (HCS).
- The Brick Launches New $4 Happy Hour Menu (HCS).
- Italian Restaurant Juliet Opens With Crudos, Cioppino, Pizza (Eater Charleston).
- STUDY: Charleston Wine + Food fest economic impact up, local attendees down (Charleston City Paper).
- South Carolina’s Manchester Farms grows into one of nation’s leading quail producers (Post & Courier).
- Pancito & Lefty’s unique flavors will delight with a portions-to-price adjustment (Charleston City Paper).
- The Ordinary raises the not-raw bar with its smoked oysters (Post & Courier).
- SOL Southwest Kitchen Makes Progress on Meeting Street (Eater Charleston).
- Palace Hotel rolls out Token Tuesday with a Crab Claw video (Charleston City Paper).
- Napa Mount Pleasant hitting a stride with barrel-infused cocktails (Post & Courier).
- Limehouse Produce Announces 2017 “Berry Creative” Winners (HCS).
- Making a case for a downtown movie theater (Charleston City Paper).
- Marcus Amaker presents the city’s first poetry festival, Free Verse, this fall (Charleston City Paper).
- Shep Rose’s new reality show films scenes on Hilton Head Island (Island Packet)
- Charleston acts Becca Leigh, She Returns From War, and Brave Baby set for Spoleto finale (Charleston City Paper).
- In the name of Save More Kids, Charleston musicians launch music festival in Liberia (Charleston City Paper).
- The Gibbes displays centuries-old illustrations by an English naturalist (Charleston City Paper).
- Charleston radio broadcaster selling South Carolina stations in $23M deal (Post & Courier).
- Rip City announces six-show residency at Redux (Charleston City Paper).
- Living Your Truth Series Launches at Mother Emanuel on 5/16 (HCS).
- Catch Mac Leaphart’s honky-tonk show with Guilt Ridden Troubadour at The Royal American (Post & Courier).
- Wando defeats Ashley Ridge, 5-2; advances to Class AAAAA Lower State finals against White Knoll (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County saga involving former Charleston Naval Hospital a tangled mess in bankruptcy court (Post & Courier).
- South Carolina Senate passes diminished Freedom of Information Act bill (Post & Courier).
- Charleston County leads the state in overburdened bridges and congestion costs (Charleston City Paper).
- City of Isle of Palms reminds residents, visitors of beach parking rules (Live 5 News).
- N. Charleston Floral Shop Hopeful About New Gas Tax (ABC News 4).
- Two S.C. lawmakers disagree over offshore drilling: one wants to block it, the other wants voters to decide (Post & Courier).
- Former S.C. congressman Ed Young of Florence passes away (Post & Courier).
- If South Carolina’s Trey Gowdy wants to be the next FBI director, he already has the support of Bakari Sellers (Post & Courier).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Michael Miller (HCS).
- Charleston County Schools surprises teachers by reducing job security (Charleston City Paper).
- Lockdown lifted at Timberland High after ‘unsubstantiated’ report of bomb (Live 5 News).
- An illustrated talk reveals why Charleston’s flooding problems are nothing new (Charleston City Paper).
- VIDEO: Family members of fallen officers honored at annual memorial in Park Circle (ABC News 4).
- Charleston among world’s hottest luxury real estate markets, Christie’s says (Post & Courier).
- How to wake up a snoring passenger without making things weird, and other lessons from a young, female Uber driver (Charleston City Paper).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Erica Scripa (HCS).
- Gone to the dogs: Donations go a long way at CAS (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Unknown History (News 2).
UPDATE: This Event Has Been Canceled
UPDATE: This event has been canceled. Press Release Berkeley County Library System (BCLS), in collaboration with the South Carolina Bar,...