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O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree:

Ah, it's that magical time of year again when we gather up the family and our trusty ax, hop in the car and drive around town in search of the perfect tree; and when we finally find it, we smile that big holiday smile, and with the Christmas spirit dwelling deep within us, use the ax to keep the salesman at bay as we strap the tree to the top of our car and drive off because who in their right mind would ever pay $125 for a Fraser fir?
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Bluesman Eric Lindell comes to the Pour House
On Friday night, Eric Lindell will be featured at the Pour House on James Island. Lindell's second album, "Low on Cash, Rich in Love," has made quite the impact on the blues scene, and visitors to the Pour House are sure to be rocked by his soul-bearing melodies. Lindell is originally from the San Francisco area of California. He claims that his passion for music, like most gifted musicians, started when he was very young.
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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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A group exhibition of Southern artists working with cameras
Rebekah Jacob Gallery is presenting The Imagist through Dec. 31. The display features photographic and video works from diverse genres that relate to the South. In provocative color or richly toned black-and-white applications, each artist has a poignant, visual story to tell of "their South" through studio portraiture, landscape photography and urban street photography. And in some cases, moving pictures.
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Popular King Street spot manages to adopt and adapt
In early summer, the folks at Patrick Properties reeled in their staff and pulled the anchor on Fish Restaurant as we knew it.
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