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Erika Grimes

City Editor, CHStoday

Erika is a City Editor based in Charleston, SC. She is a graduate of the journalism schools at the University of South Carolina and Syracuse University and has been in communications for the last five years. When not working, you can find her traveling or trying out a new restaurant.

Get your football fix at one of these Charleston locations.
Here’s what to expect at this year’s event.
The learning center will serve as a hub for technology, business, and entrepreneurial education in Charleston.
The Edge of America has some exciting celebrations in store.
This event will showcase unique homes in support of the Charleston Symphony and music scholarships
The lighthouse has rich history that spans 200+ years.
Charleston Wine Festivals is excited to bring back this festival after it saw success last year.
Team-building is great idea for companies to explore.
Park Circle Gallery is located in North Charleston, and its exhibits are free and open to the public Wednesday-Saturday.
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the tastes and traditions of Charleston’s Latin American community.
The next installment of Charleston Restaurant Week returns today and runs until Sunday, Sept. 17.
There’s various events during this holiday weekend in the Lowcountry.
Grab a friend or family member and enjoy a Saturday afternoon of shopping, deals and promotions, champagne, live music, and mac and cheese.
Local student artists in Charleston County get to shine.
You can taste the freshness of its thoughtfully curated dishes with local + sustainable ingredients for the rest of August through September.
Check out these 20+ yoga studios around the Holy City, which offer private sessions, beginner classes, memberships, and more.
Check out this list of spots to host your special event.
There will also be various events for the community to enjoy to celebrate the new exhibition.
Travel down the road to Wadmalaw Island for this fun festival.
Who doesn’t love brunch and afternoon tea?
Try one of these Lowcountry activities before summer ends.
Find your treasure at one of these Lowcountry spots.
This immersive hat experience will be one to remember.
From southern red velvet to praline, here are what ice cream flavors you said best describe our city.
This two-day festival will celebrate the vibrant sounds of jazz at the Gaillard Center.
The pink hotel’s celebrations will last all month.
Treat yourself to healthy habits and events all month long.
A safe space for LGBTQI+ individuals in our community.
All are welcome to explore the arts.
Featuring Kate March, a Charleston-based multidisciplinary artist.
Good news for Charleston.
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