- CPD: Victim dies in downtown shooting (ABC News 4).
- Man shot in park while kids at swim practice nearby (Post & Courier).
- SC Farm-to-Restaurant Sales at Risk: How to Help (Carolina Farm Stewardship Association).
- Boeing breaks ground on North Charleston propulsion plant (Live 5 News).
- Sheriff: Miles shot himself, will be charged (Live 5 News).
- Purple Heart awarded 40 years later (Live 5 News).
- StarChefs.com Assembles Carolina Culinary Talent for Awards Gala (Post & Courier).
- Who is Charleston’s Chef of the Year? (Eater Charleston).
- John Currence dishes on the state of Southern cooking (Charleston City Paper).
- 82 Queen Offers Taste of Steven Lusby’s Beard House Menu (Post & Courier).
- HoM Introduces Monday Specials (Post & Courier).
- Creekside Pizza Co. in West Ashley should be opening soon (Facebook).
- Deihl Looks Forward to CWF Rolling On Under New Director (Post & Courier).
- High Cotton Pours Free Bubbly (Post & Courier).
- Summerville church ramps up fundraising effort for Philippines (Live 5 News).
- In Goose Creek ties to Philippines frayed by storm but faith unshaken (News 2).
- SC man who cut Lincoln Memorial grass to get new lawnmower, saw (Live 5 News).
- Nonprofit works to bring families in need Thanksgiving meal (ABC News 4).
- Charleston Animal Society is hosting a Pet Food Drive on 11/23 (Facebook)
- Sending Charleston cheer to the troops for Christmas, Blue Star Mothers and Families (News 2).
- The Obstinate Daughter To Open in January
- High Wire Teams With Warehouse for Next Tasting Party
- PBR’s Mural Unveiling Party this Saturday at The Alley
- “Rockabillaque” Engulfs Park Circle this Saturday
- Trailer for “Cook It Raw (Charleston)” Surfaces
- G. Love & Special Sauce Return to the Music Farm
- This Week at the Charleston Pour House – 11/11/13
- This Week at the Music Farm: 11/11/13
- Rand Paul to Charlestonians: “They’re Coming After Your Doughnuts!”
- Charleston Battery Head Coach Mike Anhaeuser elected to the USL Men’s Hall of Fame (USL Soccer).
- Local basketball stars get jump during early signing period (Post & Courier).
- Bracket breakdown for Class 1A football playoffs (ABC News 4).
- Bullying? Hazing? An absolute no-no for Spurrier, Swinney (Post & Courier).
- Funeral arrangements, cause of death announced for Columbia marathoner (Live 5 News).
- Charleston Southern to host The Citadel in football for first time in 2014 (Post & Courier).
- CPD searching for man wanted for harassment (ABC News 4).
- Jury split between men, women in trial of former Lincolnville pastor accused of raping prostitutes (Post & Courier).
- Alleged rape victim takes stand in former pastor trial (ABC News 4).
- Cops: Downtown man attacks woman after dance rejection (Live 5 News).
- Motorist hits Charleston police officer in West Ashley (Post & Courier).
- Report: Man found unconscious, told officer he tried to get high (ABC News 4).
- Report: Man arrested after posting fake Craigslist ad (ABC News 4).
- Ex-finance manager at Summerville firm gets 33 months for $625K embezzlement (Post & Courier).
- 2013 Black Friday Ads Released (Live 5 News)..
- SHS, GMS locked down Tuesday morning (Summerville Journal Scene).
- Vendue Inn renovations get underway downtown (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Last bottles of harbor-soaked wine on sale Wednesday (ABC News 4).
- Greasers Galore at the Inaugural ‘Rockabillaque Festival’ (Metronome Charleston).
- Antifreeze drips on some students, school bus driver (ABC News 4).
- Real estate agent: “We are in a Boeing world here” (News 2).
- Stand-Up at the Sparrow – 5 Things You Need to Know (Real Deal with Neil).
Survey: Most Charleston School of Law students oppose InfiLaw sale (Charleston City Paper).
- Hey, Y’all: Southern Accents Voted Most Attractive (TIME).
- Senator Tim Scott accepting applications for internships (News 2).
- At site of Woolfe Street collapse, new apartment building proposed (Charleston City Paper).
- DD2 gets financial thumbs up (Summerville Journal Scene).
Indie filmmaker hosts pay-what-you-can night at the Terrace (Charleston City Paper).
- President Wilson’s S.C. home to reopen in February (Post & Courier).
- The Punch List with BYOG Drummer JP Treadaway (Metronome Charleston).