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What’s your Tattoo Story?

Tattoo: an indelible mark or figure fixed upon the body by insertion of pigment under the skin or by production of scars– that is according to Merriam-Webster. But what does the word tattoo mean to you? Tattoos have entirely different meanings to every single individual. To those that actually made the chose to become “imprinted,”…

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Why You Should See: Stop Light Observations at the Music Farm

Released ahead of their upcoming Music Farm show, Stop Light Observations’ newest single, “2young,” blends childhood nostalgia with 2018’s feelings of frenzy and confusion. Not only will listeners be replaying the song’s catchy hook in their head, but the imagery will become a supercut on repeat. “I saw a kitty-cat chase a psychedelic rat,” lead…

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Skylight: How Pinegrove Comes to Terms With Themselves (And How You Can Too)

“…I wanna do much better,” Pinegrove’s lead singer Evan Stephens Hall laments on Pinegrove’s new Skylight final track, “Light On.” In light of the controversy surrounding the band’s latest self-released album, these foreboding words might sound eerie and disconcerting– but still remain completely and quintessentially Pinegrove. In the wake of the #MeToo era, Pinegrove, more…

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CofC Theatre and Dance Open “The Tempest” and “Rough Magic”

The College of Charleston’s Theatre and Dance Department opened “The Tempest” on Friday, Sep. 28. The classical Shakespearean play was accompanied by “Rough Magic,”a modern interpretation of “The Tempest.” Both plays will be running until Oct. 7. Susan Kattwinkel, a professor in the Theater and Dance Department, facilitated a talkback following the “The Tempest.” Director,…

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