Incredible.Â People are sitting, hanging out, walking freely, and in general basking in the cultural spotlight that is Times Square, Manhattan.Â The space went car free around 12:30pm on May 24, and so far it seems to be a huge hit.Â Head on over to our friends at Streetsblog NY for a whole bunch of [...]
It’s Piccolo time once again, and the rainy weather seems to have turned just in time!Â Piccolo Spoleto and Piccolo Fringe offer a spectacular chance to see a plethora of comedy, theater, music, and dance shows in two weeks.Â Get your rest in these next two days, because it’s going to be a busy two [...]
Want to make your voice heard about the proposed rail lines running through the Park Circle community?Â Join your fellow citizens at Park Circle on Tuesday, May 19 at 7pm for a rally and march to protest. Need to learn more about the issue?Â Check out our previous post here.
Charleston Moves, our local organization advocating “active lifestyles and community well-being through transportation choices” is hosting a PRE-RELEASE screening of Veer, a documentary exploring America’s growing bicycle culture.Â The film follows 5 people whose lives are inextricably tied to bicycling over one year, detailing their personal struggles and what it means to be part of [...]
The big talk for the past few weeks has been all about rail – to build or not to build, where to build, where not to build, on and on.Â For North Charlestonians, the question is the most immediate, but the pros and cons can get hard to keep track of.Â Whether you’re lost on [...]
That’s right, Mixson Farms – Mixson’s very own community garden is planted and growing as we speak (or write).Â Thanks to some great Mixson volunteers, Marty Duke of Duke’s Garden Center, and Jennifer of the Children’s Garden Project, residents will soon have to walk just a few steps to harvest some fresh, healthy veggies.Â Stop [...]
is going to be a busy one!Â First of all, there’s the Art Walk in the Olde North Charleston Business District (that’s E. Montague Ave, near Park Circle) on Wednesday, May 6 from 6-8pm. You won’t want to miss this chance to see the artwork REALLY north of Broad Street. To ring in the summertime, [...]
Spring cleaning time may technically have passed, but clutter-clearing time certainly hasn’t! Join your neighbors on May 16 from 8am-2pm for the North Charleston community yard sale on E. Montague Ave., between the blocks of Jenkins and O’Hear.Â Sign-up is $10, and you can register online at www.villagestreetsale.com.Â Rain date is May 23.
The Film Society is still going strong in their home at the Olde Village Talking Picture House, at 1080 E. Montague Ave.Â In fact, back in March the House got voted “Best Place to Watch Cheap Movies” by the Charleston City Paper (movies there are only $5 for non-members, and $2 for members!).Â If you’ve [...]