Another week down, y’all. A lot has been happening in Charleston with two weekends that kicked off the tourist season: Southeastern Wildlife Expo and Charleston Wine + Food. But City Paper readers had a few other topics on their minds this week from the anti-lynching bill passed in Congress to Minero’s springtime reopening announcement.

Here’s a roundup of our top stories, posts and comments from March 5-11.

Stories of the week

This week’s City Paper explored the history behind Charleston street names, tried to figure out what’s going on inside Lindsey Graham’s head and offered a roundup of new local music. Readers were also interested in the U.S. Senate’s passing of an anti-lynching bill and the winner announcement for our weekly My Dream Dinner contest.

Social media posts of the week

We did the postin’. You did the likin’.

Top comments of the week

We want to hear from our readers! Here are some social media comments from our followers that caught our attention this week.

“Torres’ burritos are the truth.” – Robert on the mention of the Torres Superettes carnitas burrito in this week’s My Dream Dinner winner announcement

“Cool article. So much history embedded in those names.” – Simon on the history of Charleston street names

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