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Herbert Harrigan | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 12, 2018
Mikiah Herbert Harrigan began her season Sunday with another sterling shot-blocking performance. File
SC high court hears carriage company case against Charleston over stable | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 12, 2018
A debate over a distance of about two yards has traveled all the way to the highest court in the state.
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Post and Courier | November 12, 2018
The annual Southern Roots Smokehouse Rockabillaque was held in North Charleston's Park Circle on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018. The event included a car show, beard and mustache and pin-up contests, beer, food, vendors from the Charleston area and much more.…
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Post and Courier | November 12, 2018
Olamiji Pearse and Claire Wallace watch the Pin-Up Contest at the annual Southern Roots Smokehouse Rockabillaque held in North Charleston's Park Circle on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018. Jess Marie Spence/Special to The Post and Courier
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Post and Courier | November 12, 2018
The 2017 Miss Rockabillaque Olivia Shultz, announces at the annual Southern Roots Smokehouse Rockabillaque held in North Charleston's Park Circle on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018. Jess Marie Spence/Special to The Post and Courier
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Post and Courier | November 12, 2018
The Pin-Up contestants answer questions at the annual Southern Roots Smokehouse Rockabillaque held in North Charleston's Park Circle on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018. Jess Marie Spence/Special to The Post and Courier
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Post and Courier | November 12, 2018
Rosie the Riveter competes in the Pin-Up Contest at the annual Southern Roots Smokehouse Rockabillaque held in North Charleston's Park Circle on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018. Jess Marie Spence/Special to The Post and Courier
Academic Christopher Stroop to lead discussion on evangelicals' affinity for Putin's authoritarian Russia | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 12, 2018
Researcher and essayist Christopher Stroop will lead a discussion on the evangelical right, and what he perceives as their affinity for Russian President Vladimir Putin's authoritarian rule. Stroop, an activist of the ex-evangelical movement, will s...
S.C. GOP chair shuns Mark Sanford, setting the stage for another SC-1 race to embrace Trump in 2020 | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 12, 2018
Looks like Katie Arrington isn't the only one blaming Mark Sanford for Joe Cunningham's win in the 1st District last week. And buckle up, because state Republicans seem eager to set the stage for another Trumpy candidate like Arrington in 2020. ...
The Agenda: Charleston ranked 50th best city for singles; Unapproved chemical added to drinking water in Denmark, S.C. for a decade | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 12, 2018
Charleston ranked 50 out of 182 for best city for singles according to Wallethub. Cities were given an overall score and ranking, then ranked separately by "Economics," "Fun and Recreation," and "Dating Opportunities." more… ...
Trident Fishing Tournament: Nov. 11, 2018 | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 11, 2018
The leaders in saltwater and freshwater divisions of the Trident Fishing Tournament.
Without mass message, Smith struggled to break through in upset bid for governor | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 11, 2018
It was always going to be difficult for Democrat James Smith to win South Carolina's governor's race, but after his loss, Democratic strategists pointed to missteps, including a lack of focus on fundraising and too much attention to retail politics.
Where are they now? Kamala | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 11, 2018
One of the most feared wrestlers of the ‘80s, the “Ugandan Giant” Kamala was a major contender for Hulk Hogan’s WWF crown during his heyday.
Fighting fear of public speaking a way to inspire others | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 11, 2018
On Halloween Day, I delivered a speech in the student chapel service at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Mo. My topic was “What Really Scares Me.” The speech was an expanded version of an October column I’d written on the…
Citadel creates scholarship in name of MOH recipient Ralph Johnson | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 11, 2018
A scholarship has been created at The Citadel in the name of Charlestonian Ralph H. Johnson, who was awarded the Medal of Honor for sacrificing his life to save other Marines in Vietnam.
Sapakoff: What Florida football guys say about the Gamecocks after SEC rally is revealing | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 11, 2018
Gene Sapakoff column: Like the late Gainesville native Tom Petty, Florida didn't back down against South Carolina after the Gamecocks ran out of gas on defense and out of an all gas, no brakes attack on offense
South Carolina's Bianca Jackson returns to her home court | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 11, 2018
The reunion happened last year but that was in Columbia. This time, Bianca Jackson returns to a place where she grew up.
Latitude Margaritaville Kicks Off The Fun With A Tropical Tailgate Party In Hilton Head | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 10, 2018
Live music, beach games, giveaways, tailgate food and refreshments, and college football on big screen televisions! The Lake Latitude Club is just one of many unique lifestyle amenities that residents will enjoy at Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head.
5 Reasons to Donate Supplies to Fisher House for Veterans Day | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 10, 2018
Fisher House is a new resource for veterans and their families in Charleston County and it needs your help. Veterans who come to the VA Hospital for long-term treatments have families who need a place to stay and Fisher House…
Speed but do not obstruct Mueller probe | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 10, 2018
The future of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election is dangerously open to question now that President Trump has acted on his long-threatened decision to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions. This could expose…
Qway'jon Simmons | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 10, 2018
Qway'jon Simmons of Fort Dorchester runs against Wando on Friday. Roger Lee/Journal Scene
Fort Dorchester rips Wando to open playoffs | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 10, 2018
Six different Patriots scored a touchdown during a 61-0 Fort Dorchester win over visiting Wando in the first round of the Class AAAAA playoffs.
Sessions the latest to show Trump loyalty a one-way street | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 10, 2018
The day after the midterm elections, President Trump fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions, replacing him at least temporarily with a more pliable loyalist. When Sessions got the news on Wednesday, he asked if he could finish the week. Nope. Close…
Trump's combative star power will win him another term | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 10, 2018
President Donald Trump will win re-election. Anyone who watched Wednesday’s presser after Trump’s big night Tuesday knows in his or her bones that it will happen, because the president is getting better and better at the job. We in the…
CofC softball team will undergo diversity training after players pose in
Charleston City Paper | November 10, 2018
The softball team at the College of Charleston will undergo diversity and inclusion training after some of its players appeared in racist costumes in a photo on Twitter. In the photo, three players wearing dirty white shirts and fake mustaches...
City Paper production and sales staff wins 19 PALMY awards | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 09, 2018
The South Carolina Press Association honors the best print and digital newspaper advertising with the PALMY awards.
PHOTOS: Charleston protesters speak out against Sessions firing,
Charleston City Paper | November 09, 2018
On Thurs. Nov. 8, the corner of King and Calhoun streets was the site of a peaceful protest in response to President Donald Trump's firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. more…
Cutty's hosting gathering Friday to remember Mel Garrett, who was struck while riding his bike this week | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 09, 2018
Tonight at Cutty's on Bogard Street, friends and acquaintances will gather to remember the life of Thomas Garrett. Mel, as he was known, was a beloved neighborhood fixture who died after he was struck by a car while riding his bike Monday night near the Cr...
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Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
"See that man right there?" Dana Edwards said on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 as he held up a copy of an article related to the disappearance of his niece. "I don't want him to get away with it. I want…
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Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
A picture of Sharon Nannette Hayden as a young girl rests on a newspaper article related to her disappearance on the porch of her uncle, Dana Edwards, on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018. Lauren Petracca/Staff
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Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
Dana Edwards holds a picture of his niece, Sharon Nannette Hayden, when she was a young girl on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018. Edwards is trying to get justice for his niece, whose body hasn't been found after her boyfriend admitted…
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Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
Father Joe Tedesco (left) and Brother John Corrigan are pictured at Mepkin Abbey on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018. Lauren Petracca/Staff
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Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
August Turak signs a copy of his book, "Brother John," for guests attending an upcoming event at Mepkin Abbey on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018. Lauren Petracca/Staff
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Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
August Turak is pictured with a copy of his book, "Brother John," at Mepkin Abbey on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018. Lauren Petracca/Staff
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Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
August Turak, is pictured at Mepkin Abbey on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018. Turak, a monastic guest, says this spot overlooking the Cooper River is his favorite place to reflect during his visits to the monastery. Lauren Petracca/Staff
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Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
August Turak, a monastic guest at Mepkin Abbey, is pictured in the refectory on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018. Turak first found restoration from his anxiety and depression when he visited the monastery in 1996. Lauren Petracca/Staff
Joe Griffith, Charleston developer and community leader dies at 89 | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 08, 2018
Joe Griffith, founder and CEO of Joe Griffith Inc., died Wednesday. He left a permanent impact on Charleston, both as a developer and as a community leader. He also was instrumental in the annexation of Daniel Island into the city…
Charleston protesters will stand against firing of Jeff Sessions in Marion Square on Thursday at 5 p.m. | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 08, 2018
Charleston protesters will gather on Thursday evening in Marion Square to demonstrate against Attorney General Jeff Sessions' forced resignation by President Donald Trump. Participants will gather at the park at the corner of King and Calhoun streets on...
The Agenda: Clyburn says he'll run for majority whip; BMW shifting some X3 production to China after tariffs | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 08, 2018
Congressman Jim Clyburn, of S.C.'s 6th District, is running to be the House majority whip. Source: Orangeburg Times and Democrat S.C. lawmakers are holding a hearing to investigate the deaths of Wendy Newton and Nicolette Green, mental health patients...
College of Charleston announces three finalists in presidential search to replace Glenn McConnell | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 08, 2018
Three candidates who have applied for the top spot at the College of Charleston will be invited to the Holy City for interviews and open forums starting next week. Michael Benson, Andrew Hsu, and Rhonda Phillips have all been selected by the school'...
Lindsay Holler | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
Local musician Lindsay Holler will perform at the screening of "Live in the Streets" at The Terrace Theater on Wednesday.
Joseph Manigault House | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
All veterans and active duty military will receive free admission to USO Days at the Joseph Manigault House on Sunday.
Mark Blake | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
Mark Blake is pictured in a June 2016 prison photo. S.C. Department of Corrections/Provided
Patriots Point Vietnam Experience | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
The Vietnam Experience at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant.
Hunley underwater | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
All active and retired military will receive free tours at the H.L. Hunley submarine exhibit on Saturday and Sunday.
Sessions California | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2018, file photo, Attorney General Jeff Sessions pauses before speaking during a news conference at the Department of Justice in Washington. A U.S. judge Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, struck down a California law challenged…
Dorchester County Water & Sewer Department | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
John Forsyth (left) and Tim White with the Dorchester County Water & Sewer Department prepare to use a VacTruck to clean grease and other waste from Lift Station 117 in Hollywood Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Brad Nettles/Staff
Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigns after pressure from President Trump | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Jeff Sessions was pushed out Wednesday as the country's chief law enforcement officer after enduring more than a year of blistering and personal attacks from President Donald Trump over his recusal from the Russia investigation.
Yorktown | Post and Courier
Post and Courier | November 07, 2018
Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum will host several Veterans Day-related events aboard the aircraft carrier Yorktown.
Blotter: Lost control | Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper | November 07, 2018
Blotter O' the week: A man had two Nintendo controllers stolen from his front porch by a stranger in a green vest.