If you’re like us, you’re probably left wondering where May went. It seems that just yesterday our summer began. But now it’s time to kick off June, and really let this summer begin. We’ve got plenty of things to do this weekend from pro wrestling to a more peaceful farmers market. Don’t forget that Spoleto festival is still going on. With everything going on, you’re bound to stumble upon some fun.
Friday Did you tear up a little bit when Britney and Justin broke up? We secretly did too. But in What If?’s production Kate and Sam Are Not Breaking Up, a tween celebrity couple may have a chance of rekindling their flame — just not by choice.
Dreaming of setting sail with a cocktail in hand? Now you can with the Firefly Friday Sunset Dolphin Cruise.
Marriage is a commitment that we choose. But what if it wasn’t a choice? Check out A Brimful of Asha, a play with real-life mother and son duo take on the topic of arranged marriage.
Saturday Don’t get stuck on the peninsula this Saturday. Venture out to Johns Island Farmers Market.
Reminiscing of the days of Jimi Hendricks and peace signs at Woodstock? We are too. But Charleston has the next best thing at Winestock.
Street art is everywhere this summer. So we know you don’t want to miss the first solo exhibit from Patch Whisky, the street artist who paints bright and colorful aliens.
The ladies — and men — at Charleston Birth Center are still fighting to keep their doors open. This time they brought food with them. Join the Battle for Birth Center Rights Fundraiser when they host a food truck rodeo at Holy City Brewing.
Know any huge wrestling fans? Take them out for a night of smack downs at Big Time Wrestling.
Kill two birds with one stone and get some exercise while attending a foam party at the Electric Foam Run.
Sunday Start your day with some Buddhist meditation at the Charleston Zen Center.
While Opera may not be everyone’s cup of tea, we can guarantee that Kat’a Kabanova is bound to impress.
Has your dog been stuck in your tiny apartment all week? Treat your pup and take them to Bark for Your Brew. Remember to treat yourself with the craft beer available.
Attraction always feels like risky business. But what if you were attracted to someone who could have been involved with foul play that killed your cousin? This is the plot that unfolds in the Spoleto performance of My Cousin Rachel.
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