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MOJA Arts Festival comes to Marion Square

Beginning on September 28, the MOJA Arts Festival began traveling around city of Charleston to celebrate and embrace African-American and Caribbean art. The festival is holding various events, most of which are free admission, throughout the city until October 8. The festival, sponsored by Roper St. Francis and BlueChoice HealthPlan Medicaid, made an appearance at the Farmer’s Market…

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Building Bridges at the College

This past Friday, the College’s Multicultural Student Programs and Services and the Office of Institutional Diversity teamed up with a growing non-profit organization called Save More Kids to host an event called Building Bridges at the Halsey Institute. Save More Kids just begun their partnership with the College of Charleston’s Office of Institutional Diversity. Upon…

Holy City Vintage Market

If you love authentic vintage clothes and accessories, have some spare time on Sunday, check out Holy City Vintage Market, a pop-up market that travels around the Charleston area with its vendors selling clothes, accessories and even home decor that have a history. They set up in the parking lot of the Park Cafe on Rutledge…

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