Alum Luke Cleveland ’01 created Coastal Stage Productions to make theater more accessible. His troupe recently performed “The Great American Trailer Park Musical” in Mount Pleasant.
Watch and read about Charleston entrepreneur and florist Anne Bowen Dabney ’05, who’s equally adept arranging flowers or opening a downtown restaurant and event space.
On Nov. 11, 2015, archivists, historians and others will discuss ways to preserve and manage the thousands of gifts and memorabilia that mourners and others left at Emanuel AME Church in the wake of the shootings.
Boundless Words & Voices will feature authors, musical artists, spoken wordsmiths, poets, dancers and others who will share their words, voices and vision. Taking place Nov. 6-9, 2015, all events are free and open to the public.
Television heartthrob Matt Czuchry ’99, playwright Brennen Reeves ’14, and Charleston’s response to the Emanuel AME Church tragedy are all highlighted in the newest College of Charleston Magazine.
The award-winning author shares his thoughts and insights on student activism, race relations and voting rights. An Evening with Bruce Watson takes place at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in Sottile Theatre.
Alum Ed Macy ’91 reveals the three most haunted buildings on the College of Charleston campus – and the story behind the spooks inside.
Freshman Charlie Paine wants to help restore Briarcliff Mansion, which was once owned by Coca-Cola heir Buddy Candler.