Still ‘Rocking’ Out

Still ‘Rocking’ Out

Former Plane Jane drummer finds a new creative expression with business venture by Lorne Chambers | Editor For 25 years Trey Smith has been banging on the drums in various rock bands, including The Pondering, Heavy Water Meter, and The Rhythm Method. Most notably,...

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Growing Up Bernstein

Acclaimed author and daughter of famed composer Leonard Bernstein, comes to West Ashley as part of for JCC Bookfest from Staff Reports Author, narrator, and filmmaker Jamie Bernstein has transformed a lifetime of loving music into a career of sharing her knowledge and...

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Taking The Highway

Local bluegrass duo Red Cedar Review play Home Team Live Wire Wednesday by Lorne Chambers | Editor A couple years ago, local musician Brad Edwardson made the decision to begin taking his music, specifically his guitar playing, more seriously. Edwardson, who at the...

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A Conversation with Corina Fimian

Corina Fimian was born in Switzerland and emigrated to the United States in 1996. After moving to Charleston, she started taking ballet at Ballet Academy of Charleston. With her love for ballet and a solid business background, Corina Fimian took over Ballet Academy of...

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Finding Her Voice

A year after losing her gallery, West Ashley arts champion and West Of Free Press contributor Susan Irish debuts personal solo show by Lorne Chambers | Editor It’s been a tumultuous year for Susan Irish. The former public school teacher and tireless supporter of the...

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Plane Jane Says Goodbye

Iconic Charleston party band calls it quits after 25 years of rocking the Lowcountry by Lorne Chambers | Editor Longevity is something that’s extremely hard to achieve in the music business. Yet Plane Jane has been at the forefront of the Charleston party scene for...

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Magic of the Marsh

Local artist Chelsea Edwards draws inspiration from the energy of the outdoors By Lorne Chambers | editor Whether it’s a song, a movie, a book, or a painting, art has the power to transport us. And with chilly weather here in the Lowcountry, it’s nice to be...

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Horsing Around

West Ashley dad Andrew Barton writes and illustrates children’s book ‘Heyward the Horse Loves Charleston, Of Course’ By Lorne Chambers | Editor West Ashley resident Andrew Barton is a father, husband, designer, and illustrator who can now add children’s book author to...

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The Road Less Traveled

Western North Carolina’s Sezessionville Road plays Home Team BBQ’s Live Wire Wednesday Special to West Of Free Press Sezessionville Road is an expandable two-piece Americana/Alt Indie/Rock Band from the mountains of Western North Carolina. Their music has tight and...

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All West Ashley’s A Stage

“The Pearl,” Charleston Stage’s new education center and rehearsal space opens in Ashley Landing shopping center this month by Bill Davis | News Editor Starting this month, Charleston Stage will open its new education center and rehearsal space in the Ashley Landing...

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Hooked on Screenprinting

Kyle Brown displays freshwater fishing inspired screenprints at The Schoolhouse Local visual artist Kyle Brown wasn’t always known for his eye-catching modern fishing art. He spent 5 years as a relief worker in war zones and refugee camps in Africa and Latin America,...

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