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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).
Oysters on the Point Returns on February 5th with Empire Strikes Brass
The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina will host its third Oysters on the Point event of the season on Saturday,...