Written by Christian Senger on behalf of ABC News 4
The second iteration of the Charleston Arts Festival will once again celebrate area creatives working across genres like music, dance, visual arts, comedy, culinary arts, and more. The 2017 edition features periodic events from Friday, September 22nd until Saturday, October 28th.
The festival will celebrate creators of all types through a variety of events held throughout the Charleston area...
Due to the great success of the Insurance "Spring Cleaning" Program, Green Law Firm is happy to announce that it has now become a permanent initiative for members of the community to take advantage of. If you haven't heard about it yet, attorney Bill Green invites you and your family members to have their home, auto, and renters insurance policies reviewed by an unofficial “Insurance Detective” on the Green Law Firm team for free. Policies will be examined to uncover mysteries and gaps in coverage that could leave people vulnerable after an accident occurs.
Kwame Alexander, New York Times-bestselling author and 2015 Newberry Medal recipient, will be the featured speaker at this year’s Black Ink: A Charleston African American Book Festival.
Alexander will join at least 50 black authors and hundreds of readers for the second annual event on Saturday, September 23rd from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the main branch of the Charleston County Public Library. The event is free and open to the public.
Written by Disco Teepee on behalf of ABC News 4
A look at the best in live, local music around the Charleston area this weekend.
Plan A: Rock the Rescue, Tin Roof
Plan B: Elvis Ain’t Dead Fest 2, Charleston Pour House - featuring: Dantes Jump Suit, Madam Adam, Mike Martin and the Beautiful Mess, ’17 Comeback Special, and Horror Business
Things around town: Jamisun, Charleston Harbor Fish House
Written by Sydney Gallimore on behalf of ABC News 4
Another school year is here, and with that, many teachers and administrators are well on their way to planning their school’s big field trips of the year. Many South Carolina schools choose to bring their students to Charleston due to its rich history, hands-on learning opportunities, and cultural landmarks. But just because you’re a parent chaperoning a school trip doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy Charleston’s vibrant culinary scene!
Here are some great options for satisfying your group's picky eaters (without sacrificing flavor) in Charleston:
Written by Christian Senger on behalf of ABC News 4.
Every Friday this August, the Town of Mount Pleasant will present the Waterfront Music & Movies series at Waterfront Park. The fun starts at 6:30 pm.
Each event is free to attend and includes live music and an outdoor movie with the Ravenel Bridge and Charleston Harbor as the perfect backdrops. Multiple food trucks and vendors will be onsite during each event.
This year's schedule is as follows ...
Written by Sydney Gallimore on behalf of ABC News 4.
It’s hard to believe, but the summer is starting to come to a close and “back to school” is nearly upon us. Tax-free weekend is just days away to help you save some money on school supplies and new clothing. Now is also the time to start thinking about meal planning for your child’s lunches. Find inspiration with these 5 healthy and easy school lunch ideas:
1. DIY Lunchables ...