In art this week, we have a review of an exhibit at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park featuring Georgia artist Lou Stovall and local painter Gary Grier.

We also have a think piece on why we look at animals in art, why need a connection to nature, and how we might not need that anymore given our current postindustrial, technocratic culture.

Lindsay Koob went to see the CSO and the Dukes of Dixieland. He sent us a review.

If you think classical music is dying, think again. Its biggest ally? The Internet. No, really.

Nintendo’s Wii is so addictive, so pervasive, it’s like the Borg. Here’s how.

The Charleston Ballet Theatre and Redux Contemporary Art Center aren’t moving yet from their current locations on King and St. Philip streets. But it might be just a matter of time.

The Savages opened last Friday at the Terrace Theater. It’s a flawed filmed about flawed people.

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