We blame Orange Is the New Black, but lately we’ve been binge-watching shows rather than getting out and living life. After we finished the new season of OITNB, we went back in time and rewatched some of our ol’ faves. It’s embarrassing. So this weekend, we’re turning off the Dawson-Joey-Pacey love triangle and breaking out of our caves. You should too.
Friday Just because the U.S. doesn’t play again until Tuesday, doesn’t mean you should stop practicing your soccer cheers. Head to the Charleston Battery game and root for the home team as they take on the Richmond Kickers.
Stretch out with some yoga and then enjoy some beer and food at Fourth Fridays.
Half Christmas is one of our favorite holidays to celebrate, and there’s no better place to partake in the revelry than at The Shelter: International Association of Haters – Halfway to Christmas Party.
Sexuality is complex, to say the least. But in Bedroom Secrets issues with sexuality will be explored with a psychotherapist and her five patients.
Grab your Bob Marley shirt and head over to Reggae Night Summer Concert Series (http://charlestoncitypaper-staging.newspackstaging.com/charleston/reggae-night-summer-concert-series/Event?oid=4924007) for some jams.
It’s the last Party at the Point of the season. And they’re rocking it out with a Journey tribute band.
Saturday Start your Saturday with a bike tour and then enjoy some vegan food at Dinner and Bikes.
USC football fans can meet and learn from former quarterback at the Connor Shaw Football Camp.
Tomayto? Tomhato? It’s all the same at the Tomayto Tomahto Festival.
Time to pull out that Batman or Catwoman costume out of the back of your closet for the Third Annual Super Hero Bar Crawl.
Enjoy folksy music from Columbia local at Tape Waves w/ Stefanie Bannister.
This may be your chance to find love — or at least fifteen minutes of fame — at The Bachelor Casting Call.
Come support Joann Leigh at the Benefit for Local Diagnosed with Stage 4 Brain Cancer.
Nine local bands will rock out at Hearts & Plugs’ Summer Shindig. Did we mention there would also be free Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams?
Electro-pop group Lectra Lust takes the stage at Royal American to celebrate their CD release.
Sunday Growing up in the South, Sunday dinner was more of an event than a meal. You can continue that tradition by nom-noming on some Gullah food at Gullah Geechee Sunday Supper.
Grab your dancing shoes and best moves to Sunday Night Swing.
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