- Flats at Mixson owner, North Charleston say builder’s appeal is all wet (Post & Courier).
- Editorial: Charlotte should look to Charleston for inspiration, for faith (Post & Courier).
- Protest goes peacefully outside Panthers game (ABC News 4).
- McCrady's Opens Thursday; Tickets Available Now (HCS).
- Edmund's Oast to Host Chefs from NYC's Birds & Bubbles (HCS).
- Q&A: Jessica Slaughter of FIG and The Ordinary (Resy).
- Junior League of Charleston to Host Re-Launch Party for Cookbook (HCS).
- Photo Gallery: The Taste of Charleston at Boone Hall (Post & Courier).
- International African-American Museum to go before architectural review board next week (Charleston City Paper).
- This Columbia cop bonded with a man over football and saved his life (The State).
- WWE Live's Holiday Tour Visits the Coliseum in November (HCS).
- Five Questions: Jonathon Heyward: From West Ashley to England, young conductor’s career on the rise (Post & Courier).
- WATCH: Charleston Arts Festival reveals two new Create, Erase, Repeat videos (Charleston City Paper).
- Things aren't as old-school as they seem with the Deslondes (Charleston City Paper).
- Bill Murray: Actor, comedian, Brooklyn bartender (Post & Courier).
- Not all those selling Palmetto roses get with the program (Post & Courier).
- Quintin's Close-Ups: Muhiyyidin D'baha (HCS).
- South Carolina Commerce seeks its own Army Corps staffer to expedite permits (Post & Courier).
- Nuclear reactors are under construction in South Carolina (Post & Courier).
- Dozens show for watch party, unveiling of National African American museum (ABC News 4).
- I-95 in Orangeburg blocked after fatal crash (ABC News 4).
- Accused Sundance rapist ‘led boyfriend’ into a life of crime (New York Post).
- Man resuscitated after electrocution in Colleton County (Live 5 News).
- Hotel occupancy strong amid rapid growth (Post & Courier).