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Charleston arts organizations add cheer, humor to holiday theatre shows
Even if you are a Scrooge about the usual Yuletide trappings, such as dry fruitcake, crumpled-up wrapping paper and too-sweet eggnog, don't fret. This year the Charleston area's arts organizations are making a special effort to entertain you out of any seasonal miasma from which you might be suffering. In fact, they are going to make certain you will LOVE the holiday season, yes, every single sip of eggnog.
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Where there's a will, there's a greenway

In this day and age, it's rare to find a place where you can get away from it all. The buildings. The traffic. The body in the trunk.
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Legendary musicians David Byrne and Brian Eno collaborate on new album, bring tour to Charleston
The title exclaims "Everything That Happens Will Happen Today." However, for David Byrne and Brian Eno, it's actually been happening for 30-plus years.
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Film based on Nicholas Sparks book drawing attention in Charleston

Adapted by screenwriter Jamie Linden ("We Are Marshall") from the novel by Nicholas Sparks, the feature film "Dear John" is approximately midway through its 10-week shoot in the Charleston and Harleyville areas, with additional location filming having taken place on Edisto Island.


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Charleston Artist Guild Gallery will feature the latest watercolor series by artist Helen K. Beacham
Artist Helen K. Beacham will join Waterfront Art Gallery on Jan. 1 for a showcase of her new watercolor series at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery, 6 N. Atlantic Wharf near East Bay St.
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Mount Pleasant restaurant is a work in becoming
It is all about expectations. With a name like Abe's Oyster House, I was expecting oysters â€" lots of them. I was expecting East Coast Cassostrea virginicas along with west coast Cassostrea gigas. Maybe even some flat Belons or those tiny little Olys (Olympia) and definitely the locals â€" Bull's Bay and May River.
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