by Susan Cohen
Hosting art openings, free yoga classes, and shows both large and small, from DIY punk bands to indie darlings like Future Islands, Outer Space was on its way to becoming the home base for Charleston's alternative community. And then, just like that, it was gone. When the lease ran out on its Meeting Street location in June, Outer Space's organizers decided not to renew, relegating shows back to houses and other nontraditional venues. While its founders are still hosting events around town, they no longer have a centrally located spot, which means it's harder to find out about these things unless you're well connected.
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