This weekend, you could win a car, meet Wade Boggs, buy some cheap records, check out some art, or paddle with dolphins. The choice is yours. Good luck.
The Price is Right, Live! is finally here, and the show will take place this Friday at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. Don’t miss your chance to win a car, speedboat, or exotic vacation. Hey, we'd probably even be excited to win a year's supply of paper towels.
Two art exhibits are hosting their opening receptions this Friday night. Stop in and check out Mouthful of Diamonds by Karen Ann Myers at Robert Lange Studios, or ecologically-inspired works by Lara Neece at the Real Estate Studio.
This is the last weekend to see The Motherf**ker with the Hat at PURE Theatre (read our review here). Or go for the Southern coming-of-age show The Exact Center of the Universe (we reviewed that one too).
Help raise money for two worthy causes at the Charleston RiverDogs' Hot Stove Banquet, where Wade Boggs will speak, or the Spoleto Festival USA Auction.
Get all Valentiney at the Small Works for Lovers art show, which will have champagne and chocolates as well as art. If your sweetheart's more into music than art, try Vinyl Saturday at Monster Music. You'll get 20 percent off all vinyl.
Celebrate Black History Month at the CSO Spiritual Ensemble's No Trouble at the River: The Perilous Story of The Underground Railroad or at Magnolia Plantation, where they'll bring historians, storytellers, and more at their Slavery to Freedom exhibit.
If you want to bust out the black tie or cocktail dress plan on attending the Chase After a Cure Gala at the Marriott or the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League's Benefit Ball.
Brave this chilly weather and venture out with Coastal Expeditions on their Gray’s Bay Paddle. You'll be seeking out dolphins, birds, and other wildlife.
Enjoy the oysters while they are still in season at the Blue Oyster Bash at Charles Towne Landing or the Charitable Society of Charleston's Annual Oyster Roast.
It's the 50th Anniversary of Amelia Bedelia, and Herman Parish, nephew of original author Peggy Parish, will be at Books-A-Million reading and signings copies of the books.