- 0101.November.Fridayhttps://nightlyspirits.com/book-a-tour-eastern/Henry's on the Market54 N Market St, Charleston, SC 29401
Nightly Spirits, the nation’s largest haunted pub tour company providing tours in 14 cities across the nation, is bringing its spooky ghost tales and lively tour guides to Charleston, South Carolina with tours kicking off Friday, June 28th. Established in 2012, Nightly Spirits boasts year-round, intimate tours of just 15 to 20 guests that provide a hair-raising history through Charleston’s apparitional annals.
Priced at just $25 for a two-and-a-half-hour tour that includes some pub time to drown the darkness, locals and tourists ages 21-and-up will gain access to exclusive off-limits areas throughout Charleston’s most “spectered” saloons. Enthusiastic and costumed tour guides will cast a spooky spell throughout the evening with their knowledgeable, theatric and even comedic tales of Charleston’s other worldly adventures.
Starting at 8:30 p.m., tour guests will meet their guide at Henry’s on the Market to kick off their night of ghoulish adventure. The tour will continue on to the equally haunted Tommy Condon’s where guests will learn why Charleston got its famous nickname, with Blind Tiger rounding out the night with more libations and haunted happenings.
HIACON will bring 72 exhibitors and more than 40 speakers and educators who represent farm business, sustainability, herbal and dietary supplements as well as hemp companies, business services, and brands showcasing product innovation. Up to 72 vendors with products ranging from hemp farm supplies to retail products will be on-site, as well as industry leaders and educators hosting Hemp Industry Talks. This annual trade association event provides for education, conversation, exhibition and networking like no other hemp event in the country. Attendees have the opportunity to learn from experts and each other. Orders for products and services are often negotiated right in the exhibit hall or the lounge while the event is live. This year’s HIACON will be monumental as the longest-standing hemp conference in its 26th year. It will be free and open to the public on Sunday, November 3, 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM. Only registered attendees will have full access for the entire weekend. To learn more, or to register for the entire event visit www.hiacon.org.
- 0101.November.Fridayhttps://www.therestorationhotel.com/event/jewelry-trunk-show-with-barracuda-moon/?instance_id=221The Restoration75 Wentworth Street Charleston, SC 29401
The moon has awoken with the sleep of the sun – it’s time for our final trunk show of the year. Barracuda Moon, a jewelry line inspired by the magic and rhythm of the ocean, will be on display at The Restoration Hotel. Don’t miss this chance to find the perfect holiday gift for yourself or someone special.
- 0101.November.Fridayhttp://halsey.cofc.edu/events/upcoming/CofC's School of Sciences and Mathematics, Auditorium202 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29403
Join us for a screening of the documentary film America Street. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director Idrissou Mora-Kpai, Assistant Professor at Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School of Communication.
“On America Street in Charleston’s East Side neighborhood, Joe is the owner of a small corner store, the heart of an old but slowly disappearing black community. Almost half of all African Americans trace their origins back to Charleston, a city that is still haunted by its slave-owning past. In the face of the multiple challenges that African Americans face, Joe is determined to stay hopeful and to resist losing his neighborhood to the rising forces of gentrification.
My film captures three months during 2015 of Joe’s daily struggles set against the backdrop of racist violence in the city, from the killing of Walter Scott by a police officer to the Emanuel Church massacre by a young white supremacist.
I was inspired to make the film when I moved to South Carolina in 2013. I am a West African immigrant and I was, and still am, trying to navigate a country that feels, in many ways, increasingly unwelcoming towards black bodies.
Through the character of Joe, my film examines how African Americans feel marginalized in a once predominantly black city like Charleston and how white supremacy is becoming more pervasive and insidious in America.”
– Idrissou Mora-Kpai
Find out more about Idrissou and “America Street” here: https://idrimora.com
Co-sponsored by departments and programs across the College of Charleston: African American Studies, African Studies, Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World Program, Department of Economics, First Year Experience, Geography Minor, Historic Preservation and Community Planning, Office of Institutional Diversity, Department of Political Science, Carter Real Estate Center, The Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, and the Southern Studies Program.
- 0101.November.Fridayhttps://www.facebook.com/events/2300073983434996/Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church7396 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29406
This is a FREE two-night concert series of South Carolina college gospel choirs (Friday at 7 PM, Saturday at 6:30 PM). On Saturday morning and afternoon, there will be student workshops, a general session, choir rehearsal, acoustic café (students dine, fellowship together, show their talents and win prizes), and mini-college fair (for high school students only). The High School Mass Choir will be featured on Saturday evening, along with The Collegiate Gathering Mass Choir.