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We talk to local comedy heavyweights The Have Nots! and Tony Kemp
Charleston is a city of laid-back beaches and high fashion, churches and nightclubs, weekend tourists and lifelong natives, culture, art, history, music, and ... improvisation? That's what Greg Tavares, Brandy Sullivan and Timmy Finch, the members of The Have Nots! think â€" and what they've seen develop in Charleston since their advent 14 years ago.
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Low-speed, hijinks

There are few things in this world that I care more about than the environment. It just so happens that whale hunting is one of them.
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Fundraiser benefits Charleston Animal Society, showcases talent at Music Farm
Cord and Pedal Christmas Ball 2008 The local musical cooperative, Cord and Pedal, celebrates its fifth year hosting a fundraiser for animals at 9 p.m. Saturday at the Music Farm.
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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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Local artist organizes show to purchase toys for area children
As Christmas steadily approaches, buying gifts is on everyone's mind. Art is always a great option, but with the downward slope of today's economy, few can afford to dole out the money it costs to buy gifts for family and friends.
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Small Italian restarurant will satisfy large appetites
Italians are a superstitious lot. This is made clear with the expression "in bocca al lupo" on the menu of chef/owner Ken Vedrinski's latest restaurant, Trattoria Lucca. You see, luck â€" either good or bad â€" is not to be tempted, and the expression "into the mouth of the wolf" is your insurance policy. Your response is "crepi il lupo" â€" I shall eat the wolf.
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