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PURE Theatre —Time Stands Still

PURE Theatre opens their 9th Season in their new home with a story of that focuses on a photojournalist and a foreign correspondent trying to find happiness in a world that seems to have gone crazy. WHERE: 477 King Street COST: $25 adults & $15 student INFO:

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Local Beer Here

If drinking suds is your thing, there’s plenty of excuses to get your beer buzz on.

Oktoberfest @ Closed for Business Drink local brews in a festival tent with live music, house made sausages & pretzels. WHEN: Fri – Sunday WHERE: 453 King Street COST: $5

Chef Jeremiah Bacon’s new joint, Macintosh has opened on Upper King with a menu rooted in the spirit of the Southern palate. The Macintosh is open for dinner seven nights a week, with a late night menu as well as Sunday brunch. WHERE: 479B King Street COST: $$

Museum Mile Weekend

Stroll the one-mile section of Meeting Street and you will discover six museums, five nationally important historic houses, four scenic parks and a Revolutionary War powder magazine, as well as numerous historic houses of worship and public buildings including the Market and City Hall. WHERE: Meeting Street COST: $25 for 13 sites INFO:


DJ Bonobo at Pourhouse Famed British DJ and Producer DJ Bonobo’s sets of hip hop, funk and jazz are legendary.. Get read for some heavy beats.

Charleston Pub Crawl With more than 30 bars and restaurants, The Charleston Pub Crawl and SweetWater plan to break the Guinness book world record for largest pub crawl ever, all while protecting Charleston’s water by raising awareness and money for The Charleston Waterkeeper. WHEN: Sat. from 2:00–10:00 PM WHERE: Three connected crawl routes: East Bay Street, Market Street and King Street COST: $25 (purchase online) INFO:

wha’cha? reading Charleston based author Jason Ryan recreates the era of South Carolina's "gentlemen smugglers," marijuana kingpins who kickstarted Reagan's war on drugs with a vivid, sun-drenched intensity. Ryan draws on extensive interviews, grand jury and trial transcripts, personal correspondence, news articles, and police reports in this thoroughly researched and entertaining account of Operation Jackpot. Available at Blue Bicycle Books 420 King St.

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Holy City Beer Now on Tap at Kudu Adding to their impressive list of brews and great prices, Kudu is now serving Holy City Pecan Dream Brown Ale. WHEN: Now WHERE: 4 Vanderhorst Street

WHERE: 1977 Maybank Hwy. COST: $15 INFO:

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The Green Fair in Marion Square

The fourth annual Charleston Green Fair returns to Marion Square on for a full day dedicated to creating excitement and enthusiasm for green products, services and technologies available to residents using an environmentally responsible forum of education and entertainment. WHERE: Marion Square COST: $5 INFO:


'Art Crime and the FBI: Pursuing the Priceless' lecture and book signing

Robert Wittman, celebrated as the “most famous art detective in the world,” shares the thrills of recovering over $300 million worth of stolen art from notorious criminals during his 20-year career as an undercover FBI investigator. WHERE: Citadel's McAlister Field House. COST: $10 general and $5 for students INFO:



Charleston, South Carolina weekly guide for those on the go. A foldout, tabloid sized tip sheet for events, places, people, food & wine, nig...