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Humans of Charleston

Title:  “It’s amazing. The people are nice, the architecture is nice, the history is nice, the weather was nice. Beaches aren’t as good as Long Island though.”   “It’s such a double edged sword to have history. It’s good to have history but it’s also bad because you’re old. As I get older I can’t…

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Beware of Dog: Four Girls’ Impacting the Charleston Music Scene for Themselves and for Others

This is Beware of Dog to the curious observer: Four girls with a youthful fiery passion for music and art, and most of all, sharing that passion with others. Their website, (bewareofdogproductions.com), is filled with the pastel pink of adolescence, photos of cigarettes and guitars covered with stickers– the header under their main photo reads:…

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Home Is Where the Song Is

By Keely Headrick & Callista Milligan Between musicians and music junkies, Charleston is bursting at the seams with music lovers. Show posters and setlists plaster rooms, festival wristbands cover arms, and band tees can be spotted in every class. Conversations start over common music taste, but sometimes bonds run deeper. Concerts and jamming with friends…

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Skylight: How Pinegrove Comes to Terms With Themselves (And How You Can Too)

“…I wanna do much better,” Pinegrove’s lead singer Evan Stephens Hall laments on Pinegrove’s new Skylight final track, “Light On.” In light of the controversy surrounding the band’s latest self-released album, these foreboding words might sound eerie and disconcerting– but still remain completely and quintessentially Pinegrove. In the wake of the #MeToo era, Pinegrove, more…

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