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2:19 am on Tuesday April 10, 2012

The 2012 Spoleto Festival poster is here

Image by Spoleto Festival USAUsually we're chomping at the bit to get the new Spoleto Festival USA poster shared with readers, but, well, a day of server outages has a way of making things slip through the cracks. Still, if you missed it, here's a...
11:00 am on Monday March 26, 2012

2012 Cooper River Bridge Run less than a week away

Update March 26: The 2012 Cooper River Bridge run is less than a week away and regular registration has officially sold out. If you're getting ready to run, you should take a peek at the Bridge Run site's handy "Things You Should Know" section. On...
4:00 am on Friday February 24, 2012

Registration for 2012 Cooper River Bridge Run open (Update: Fewer than 7,000 spots remain)

Update February 24: As of Thursday, more than 36,000 participants had signed up for the Cooper River Bridge Run in Charleston. With a cap for registrations at 43,000 the race has fewer than 7,000 spots left and is expected to reached capacity by...
6:28 am on Friday September 10, 2010

Winning poster design for 2011 Cooper River Bridge Run unveiled

Rick Sargent, a Charleston illustrator, is the winner of a $1,000 purse and lots of eyeballs for his poster design of the 2011 Cooper River Bridge Run. The Post and Courier has a story about this year's winner and a photo set from the poster's...
9:21 am on Wednesday May 5, 2010

The new Spoleto poster is out: 'From Rhode Island to South Carolina' (updated)

Update May 7: More about the flap. Update May 5: If you'd like to know a bit more about the what and why of the poster, The Post and Courier has a short but respectable post about the poster (the best I've found anyways); read it here. Also worth...
8:26 am on Saturday May 1, 2010

The return of the Charleston Farmers Market (updated x2)

Image by Geoff Marshall / TheDigitel Update May 1: The Charleston City Paper has a nice rundown of some of what's new, tasty, and/or interesting at the market; take a read here. Update April 4: The Post and Courier was there for opening day and has...