- Ceremony planned for Sofa Super Store fire anniversary (ABC News 4).
- 8-year-old from Charleston paints message of love in wake of Orlando shooting (Post & Courier).
- A look at Tuesday’s primary election results (Charleston City Paper).
- Bond set for juvenile detention center escapees (ABC News 4).
- Fans being delivered to families in need as temperatures climb (Live 5 News).
- Emanuel AME Church Memorial Events (HCS).
- Emanuel one year later (Post & Courier).
- From Tragedy to Trust: Documentary (Post & Courier).
- Pastor’s grief fuels desire to help light way for gun reforms (Post & Courier).
- Dylann Roof lawyers want jury with Charleston-area residents (Post & Courier).
- Chris Singleton’s year of strength and sorrow after the Charleston shooting (Sports Illustrated).
- Sharon Risher, a relative of three Emanuel Church victims, speaks out for gun reform on Capitol Hill (Post & Courier).
- Scott and Graham give emotional reflections on anniversary of Emanuel AME Church shooting (Post & Courier).
- Palmetto Brewery’s Tanael Escartin is the only female head brewer in South Carolina (Charleston City Paper).
- Wise-Buck Offering Happy Hour with $1 Beers & More (HCS).
- Former Mission Chinese Food Chef Plans to Bring Neapolitan Pizza to Charleston (Eater Charleston).
- The bulgogi and banchan are worth the trip to 843 Korean BBQ & Sushi House (Charleston City Paper).
- Crooked Crown serves summer’s coldest drinks (Post & Courier).
- Scott’s Bar-B-Que Keeps Whole Hog Tradition Alive in Hemingway (Eater Charleston).
- Leftovers: Tidbits from the Food & Bev Community (HCS).
- Meet the 3,500-Pound Smokers at Upcoming Lewis Barbecue (Eater Charleston).
- Love shandies and handies? Get ready for Short Grain’s anniversary party (Charleston City Paper).
- Definition of South Carolina Barbecue Found at Big T’s (Eater Charleston).
- Benny Palmetto’s chain to open downtown (Post & Courier).
- New coffee shop and a late night pizza joint coming soon to Upper King (Charleston City Paper).
- True BBQ Claims Best Hash in South Carolina (Eater Charleston).
- The Alley picks up weekend brunch (Post & Courier).
- Grocer calls out sunflower seed-linked listeria outbreak (Post & Courier).
- ‘Southern Charm’ Season 3: Kathryn Dennis, Thomas Ravenel To Face Off At Reunion? -SPOILERS (Fashion & Style).
- Death Cab for Cutie’s lead singer walks off stage during Charleston concert on Wednesday (Post & Courier).
- Local musician Regina Ferguson has launched a crowd-funding campaign for her debut album (Kickstarter).
- First Huger Street hip-hop showcase takes over Palmetto Brewery (Post & Courier).
- A Day With Dear Old Dad (Yelp Charleston).
- The Very Hypnotic Soul Band forms after Emanuel AME tragedy to inspire change (Post & Courier).
- Travelin’ Kine’s Slaton Glover experiences musical rebirth (Charleston City Paper).
- James Island Yacht Club Regatta marks start of summer sailing season (Post & Courier).
- Confederate flag removal may have been a substitute for real gun law reform (Post & Courier).
- Charleston is better than a loophole (Post & Courier).
- Gov. Nikki Haley endorsing Scott Talley in runoff against Sen. Lee Bright (Post & Courier).
- Not Jumping In: On Race and Gentrification in Charleston (The Toast).
- Quintin’s Close-Ups: Toby Smith (HCS).
- Racism still lives here (Charleston City Paper).
- S.C. State University removed from probation (Post & Courier).
- Black Caucus demands Bill O’Reilly apologize for saying he wants to ‘slap’ Rep. Jim Clyburn (Post & Courier).
- Solutions elusive for Charleston region’s affordable housing problem (Post & Courier).
- Ride-hailing app Lyft plans to launch in Charleston ‘in the near future,’ company says (Post & Courier).
- Historic church for sale for $4.25 million (Post & Courier).
- Crime Stoppers offering $9,500 reward in N. Charleston homicide (Live 5 News).
- JI Messenger announces final issue (Charleston City Paper).
- Video shows thief driving off with camper trailer from storage facility (Live 5 News).
- Prosecutors seek evaluation of mom who drove van into ocean (ABC News 4).
- Coroner identifies woman killed in hit-and-run in N. Charleston (Live 5 News).
- WCSO: Help still needed in case of dog found with ears cut off (ABC News 4).
- Police: Woman left napping toddler in hot car because he ‘gets grumpy’ (Live 5 News).
- Crews searching for missing Myrtle Beach swimmer (ABC News 4).
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