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Posted over 1 year ago
James Island
If you love lobster ūü¶ě you will love the &Lobster food truck!
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Johns Island, SC
Posted 4 days ago
Blu Oyster Sushi & Seafood
The John’s Island eatery, Blu Oyster Sushi + Seafood, will offer half-priced house oysters. The special is available from 5 pm to close.  Blu Oyster is located at 1804 Crowne Commons Way on Johns Island. You can learn more at bluoystersushi.com.
Calendar May 31, 5pm - 10pm
Charleston, SC
Posted about 21 hours ago
The Charleston Pour House
Gimme Hendrix  A Jimi Hendrix Experience Tribute  - Chs Pour House  Deck Stage - 5pm doors  6pm show  2 sets  $12 advance  $12 day of show  Bio:Gimme Hendrix is a multi- award winning tribute band based in Athens, GA. The tribute is to the greatest group of all time, The Jimi Hendrix Experience. The Jimi Hendrix Experience is the best band to come out of the psychedelic 60’s, whose movement not only changed the decade, but redefined the way music would be played forever. The sound was an amazing blend of blues, soul, r&b, jazz, rock and many other genres of music. No one had heard anything like it before Jimi Hendrix’s priceless contribution.
Calendar Jun 2, 6pm - 7pm
Charleston, SC
Posted 4 days ago
Redux Contemporary Art Center
Intro to Screen-Printing - In this 3-week long course, you will learn the basics of screen printing. You will have either two one-color images or one image with two different colors. We will not be using computers in this class, so no Illustrator or Photoshop. Instead, we will be hand-drawing the transparencies to be burned onto the screen. You will create your image, learn how to prep and burn your screen, and then ink your image.   All materials are provided just bring your ideas. Hope to see you there! ***The first class will be 2 hours and the second and third classes will be 3 hours long.
Calendar May 31, 6pm - 8pm
Charleston, SC
Posted 3 days ago
Charleston Music Hall
CMH Celebrates Tina Turner Tina Film Screening FREE Runtime: 1 hour 58 min | ¬†Rated: R The Queen of Rock ‚Äėn‚Äô Roll, Tina Turner‚Äôs illustrious and decades-spanning career can quite simply be defined as legendary. Please join us as we celebrate her life with a *free* screening of Tina. CMH Celebrates is a way for our Charleston community to come together and memorialize the work and lives of some of the most iconic performers, who have entertained us for years. Each event will be completely free. Concessions will be available for purchase, so grab a friend and come take a walk down memory lane with us.
Calendar May 31, 7:30pm - 10pm
North Charleston, SC
Posted about 21 hours ago
Commonhouse Aleworks
First Friday for June features live music from Brushfire Stankgrass and BBQ from Big Boned BBQ! BBQ fires up around 5 with tunes kicking off at 6! Brushfire Stankgrass is an Asheville-based bluegrass fusion group featuring brothers Ben & Will Saylor (banjo/guitar/vocals), Micah Thomas (drums) and Daniel Iannucci (bass.) The band, now in their tenth year with its current lineup, has released four studio albums to date, and has two more albums currently underway, tracked at Asheville‚Äôs famed Echo Mountain Studios. Exciting live shows and cutting edge studio material is at the forefront of their musical product. ‚ÄúThe Rich Cache‚ÄĚ was released in 2021 and is just that, a collection of buried tunes that the band has performed on stages great and small for over a decade, and finally, lovingly, self produced into a full length album. Featuring fan favorites like ‚ÄúAppalachian Snow ‚Äú and ‚ÄúThe Party Suite‚ÄĚ the album evokes a true sense of the group‚Äôs history and evolution, and is a celebration of some of their most unique and lasting creations. From traditional acoustic mastery to deep space synth vibes, their entire range is on full display. Tracked at Echo Mountain Studios in 2018, ‚ÄúCity of a Thousand Hills‚ÄĚ is the culmination of countless hours of practice and collaboration, consternation and celebration. It is a rueful love letter to their mountain home, as well as a fervent call to action, continuing the band‚Äôs urgent message of preservation and conservancy in ‚ÄúPretty Ass Blue Ridge Mountain Shit‚ÄĚ that began with 2013‚Äôs Microclimates. With contributions from much loved local talents and the engineering mastery of the good folks at Echo Mountain, the album represents the groups greatest achievement to date, both creatively and technologically.
Calendar Jun 2, 5pm - 11pm