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When it comes to kitchen remodeling in Charleston, SC installing new kitchen cabinets is a great idea. If you're already upgrading or replacing your kitchen countertops, having new cabinets that match the aesthetics of your kitchen makeover is a no-brainer.

At Stone City KB, we believe that everyone deserves an elegant, versatile kitchen with stunning cabinetry. That's why our team will work closely with you to discover the material, texture, and style of cabinets you're craving. Once we do, we handle all the heavy lifting, including cabinet design and installation in your home.

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Matching Design

Many customers install new kitchen cabinets because they're already remodeling their kitchen and need their cabinets to match the aesthetics of their updated space. Do you want your kitchen to feel more open and airier? Do you have specific lifestyle requirements that necessitate a particular cabinet material? Our kitchen cabinet experts can help you find the perfect cabinet setup for your needs.

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Having a uniform aesthetic throughout your kitchen and home is important. But from a practical standpoint, new kitchen cabinets often mean more kitchen storage. That's a big deal for families, especially when younger children are involved. If you find that your countertops are magnets for clutter, new cabinetry can help remove the mess and stress less. The more storage your kitchen has, the easier it will be to use your kitchen for cooking and entertaining.

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Boost Resale Value of Your Home

Take a few moments and check out the bones of your current cabinets. Low-quality, cheap cabinets are often a turnoff for potential buyers. If you plan on selling your home in the next few years, one of the best ways to boost resale value is with new cabinetry.

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Enhanced Functionality

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The Addams family invades Dock Street Theatre

Everyone’s favorite creepy, kooky, altogether ooky family has experienced a renaissance in recent years. The Addams Family is brought back to life in two modern animated movies, an upcoming Netflix original series and, of course, The Addams Family: A New Musical, which opens at the Dock Street Theatre Oct. 19.The play originally opened on Broadway in 2010 and starred Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth as Gomez and Morticia. The show was a smash hit, grossing millions and racking up a Drama Desk Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award, a...

Everyone’s favorite creepy, kooky, altogether ooky family has experienced a renaissance in recent years. The Addams Family is brought back to life in two modern animated movies, an upcoming Netflix original series and, of course, The Addams Family: A New Musical, which opens at the Dock Street Theatre Oct. 19.

The play originally opened on Broadway in 2010 and starred Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth as Gomez and Morticia. The show was a smash hit, grossing millions and racking up a Drama Desk Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award, a Drama League Award and two Tony Award nominations. But despite its success, the show received mostly negative reviews, including from Charleston Stage’s artistic director designee Marybeth Clark.

“I wasn’t super impressed with Addams Family when it was on Broadway,” said Clark, who also directs the production at Charleston Stage. “But they redid it for the tour and they cleaned it up. It’s a lot tighter and I think it plays a lot better.” The revised version of The Addams Family: A New Musical enjoyed a successful tour starting in 2011, including a stop at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center in 2014.

For the uninitiated, the Addams Family was created by Charles Addams in 1938. They originally appeared in single-panel cartoons and became a successful television series, most notably in the 1960s, and two very popular 1990s live action films. The Addams are wealthy aristocrats who love all things macabre and delight in the frightening and weird.

A New Musical tells an original story featuring the titular family. Wednesday Addams, who serves as the basis for many Addams stories including the upcoming Netflix adaptation, has fallen in love with a normal boy. She tells her father Gomez, who must try to keep it a secret from his wife Morticia while entertaining a “normal” family at the Addams estate. Hilarity ensues.

The original stage production kept the production design minimal, but Clark and her team of designers chose to go in a different direction. “The music is surprisingly complicated,” she said. “It’s kind of old-school musical theater with lots of

parts, and they tended to just have people standing downstage singing without that many sets. And our designers are really into the sets. So we have a lot more visual interest in this.”Charleston Stage scenic designer Adam Jehle, in a press release, spoke of his intentions for the show’s design: “My hope is for audiences to leave having seen a fresh take on this American classic. Our ‘design mantra’ for the show has been the phrase ‘Everything is not as it seems.’ Be sure to take a good look at the set in each scene, because that very well may be true.”

Clark promises lots of surprises in the design. Gravestones that feature jokes and oddball designs. Even the appearance of certain characters that the show omits. Some iconic characters of the Addams Family, most notably Cousin It and Thing, are absent from the script, but Clark is working to find ways to include them.

“I believe that they need to be there in some way,” Clark said about the show’s more infamous omissions. “I’m looking for ways to make sure that Addams Family purists have a moment where they go, ‘Oh!’”

The cast of 22 includes actors from all of Charleston Stage’s various acting pools and features resident actors Cedar Valdez as Gomez Addams, Eliza Knode as Morticia Addams, Jenna Barricklo as Wednesday Addams and Raymond Cronley as Lucas Beineke. Acting ensemble member and Best Of Charleston 2022 award-winning actor Colin Waters plays Uncle Fester. The cast includes local guest actors and contracted Charleston Stage players of all ages and experience levels.

“Most shows, we have a combination of that: someone who’s doing their first show, someone who’s doing their 20th show,” Clark said. “And this show is no different.” As fate would have it, Eliza Knode is making her debut at Charleston Stage, while Colin Waters is doing his 20th show with Charleston Stage.

“To be playing Morticia, which is a very iconic role, is really exciting for me,” Knode said. Knode was familiar with the musical from her youth as she performed songs from the show as a high school student.

Waters views playing Uncle Fester as a tremendous opportunity. “It’s so interesting seeing the way he’s almost foiling a lot of other members of the family,” he said. “There is just such a grandiose nature of the scale of the show itself. But the music especially. There are parts where it’s broken down to eight or nine parts of split music happening at the same time. When it’s all put together it hits you like a train coming at ya.”

Knode added, “There’s a different Addams Family for each generation.” The Addams Family: A New Musical should serve each of those generations, from the youngest family members to the most seasoned musical theater aficionado.

The Addams Family: A New Musical will play at the Dock Street Theatre Oct. 19-Nov. 6.

Charleston City Council discusses need for Johns Island Councilmember

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Charleston city leaders are discussing giving Johns Island more representation on City Council. Councilmembers expressed mixed opinions on redistricting during a council workshop Tuesday, while residents say change is needed.City officials say explosive growth seen on Daniel Island and Johns Island has created the need for change in the city council’s representation. City leaders are considering a couple of options to address the problem.Residents link John Zlogar, who serves as Chairman of...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Charleston city leaders are discussing giving Johns Island more representation on City Council. Councilmembers expressed mixed opinions on redistricting during a council workshop Tuesday, while residents say change is needed.

City officials say explosive growth seen on Daniel Island and Johns Island has created the need for change in the city council’s representation. City leaders are considering a couple of options to address the problem.

Residents link John Zlogar, who serves as Chairman of the Johns Island task force hopes the answer will come sooner rather than later.

“Year after year, our population grew, but we were still relegated to the children’s table while the rest of the city had their 12 seats at the big table,” says Zlogar.

The City of Charleston’s population increased by 25% over the last ten years. Johns Island saw a larger change in population, growing by 154%. People who live there say they want to be able to give more input.

“It’s that obvious to Johns Island, and it should be that obvious as well to council members that there should be one district on Johns Island,” says Zlogar.

City Council is considering a handful of options, including eliminating a district on the peninsula to move to Johns Island. Another option; bringing Johns Island into neighboring council districts or a mixture of both. The end goal for officials is equal representation across the board.

“We made sure that Daniel Island and Cainhoy got two representatives, Johns Island got two representatives, and the peninsula loses just one, says Councilman Peter Shahid.

Councilman Keith Waring says it’s a necessary move as growth is expected to continue in and around Johns Island.

“I will vote for the people of Johns Island; you know a representative who lives on Johns Island will bring the voice of the people,” says Councilman Waring.

Others disagree with the notion, including Councilwoman Caroline Parker, who says the area could have representation if someone decided to run for office.

“I understand you Johns Island, I totally hear you, but someone from Johns Island could always run,” says Councilwoman Parker.

People who provided feedback to a survey, like Zlogar, seem unsure of the solution but agree stronger representation is needed.

“Of those, 86%, over 86% wanted a single district on Johns Island,” says Zlogar.

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg says City Council plans to hold a public hearing on redistricting at next week’s city council meeting. Mayor Tecklenburg noted during Tuesday’s meeting that action could happen depending on the discussion.

Environmental services working overtime to clean up city after storm

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Environmental Service workers in the City of Charleston have long weeks ahead of them as cleanup from Hurricane Ian is just beginning.“It means extra hours, longer hours,” said Jameaka Scriven Pinckney, the route supervisor for the city’s street sweeping department. “We know that we have to get the city clean. That’s our number one priority.”Three-person teams will work long hours, likely seven days a week over the next several weeks to tackle the seemingly end...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – Environmental Service workers in the City of Charleston have long weeks ahead of them as cleanup from Hurricane Ian is just beginning.

“It means extra hours, longer hours,” said Jameaka Scriven Pinckney, the route supervisor for the city’s street sweeping department. “We know that we have to get the city clean. That’s our number one priority.”

Three-person teams will work long hours, likely seven days a week over the next several weeks to tackle the seemingly endless piles of yard waste and other debris caused by Hurricane Ian.

“That’s all we have on the routes is just one operator and two drivers,” said Keith Baughman, an environmental services worker for the city.

Baughman’s route takes anywhere from eight to 10 hours on a typical day. With the added work from the storm, his route can take up to 13 hours because of constant trips back and forth to the dump.

“On a normal day, eight to 10 times,” said Baughman. “On a day like this, anywhere from 13 to 14 times a day.”

Preparations were made ahead of the storm to get ready for the weeks ahead.

“Making sure all the vehicles are running, making sure everybody knows a storm is coming,” said Pinckney. “We’re in hurricane mode.”

Some changes will be made to the city’s debris pick-up services over the next few weeks to ensure all yard waste is taken care of.

“How we’re setting it up to get caught up is we’ll go as far as we can, then where we finish today, next week we’ll just pick up where we stopped. So we’ll actually start off in the middle, or however far we get, and then continue until we get it all picked up.”

Baughman said the biggest thing he wants Charleston residents to know is that yard debris cannot be mixed with any other miscellaneous items, otherwise it cannot be picked up.

“Bees Ferry [landfill] will not allow us to bring miscellaneous items to them. It has to be sticks, leaves, bags, just like it is,” he said.”

Miscellaneous items include metal, wood, furniture, mattresses, etc.

“Anything that got damaged in the storm that they want to throw away, just hold on to it until we finish our clean-up, and then we will resume the miscellaneous again,” said Baughman.

Baughman and Pinckney agree it could take up to a month for the storm clean-up to be completely finished.

In the meantime, Baughman shared some things people can do to make the process easier for environmental services workers.

Click here for an updated debris pickup schedule in your area.

Highest-rated bars in Charleston, South Carolina, according to Tripadvisor

Stacker compiled a list of the highest rated bars in Charleston, South Carolina from Tripadvisor.Over the years, Tripadvisor has become the world’s largest travel resource with 37.7 unique online visitors in the U.S. alone.When the site was founded in 2000, the founders’ goal was to provide travelers with an online platform to exchange reviews of destinations and hospitality businesses such as hotels and restaurants....

Stacker compiled a list of the highest rated bars in Charleston, South Carolina from Tripadvisor.

Over the years, Tripadvisor has become the world’s largest travel resource with 37.7 unique online visitors in the U.S. alone.

When the site was founded in 2000, the founders’ goal was to provide travelers with an online platform to exchange reviews of destinations and hospitality businesses such as hotels and restaurants. Travelers from all over the world continue to use the site and app to determine where to stay, learn about the under-the-radar gems in their chosen destination, and where to eat, based on other travelers’ reviews.

For hotels and restaurants, reviews can boost foot traffic to a location. But at times, they can be misleading in that they disproportionately cover more touristy areas while ignoring some local gems. In New York City, for example, a majority of highly rated bars were located in the Theater District—likely due to all the tourists who flock there and are more inclined to leave reviews.

Tripadvisor. Tripadvisor rankings factor in the average rating and number of reviews. Some bars on the list may have recently closed.

#14. Bin 526

– Rating: 4.0 / 5 (11 reviews)– Detailed ratings:– Type of cuisine: Wine Bar– Price: not available– Address: 20 Fairchild Street, Charleston, SC 29492– Read more on Tripadvisor

#13. Palace Hotel

– Rating: 4.0 / 5 (33 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.5/5), Service (4.0/5), Value (4.5/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $– Address: 35 Hanover St, Charleston, SC 29403-6712– Read more on Tripadvisor

#12. Bourbon N’ Bubbles

– Rating: 4.0 / 5 (47 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.0/5), Service (4.0/5), Value (3.5/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 570 King St At the corner of Spring St, Charleston, SC 29403-4833– Read more on Tripadvisor

#11. Pour Taproom Charleston

– Rating: 4.0 / 5 (47 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.0/5), Service (4.0/5), Value (4.0/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Brew Pub– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 560 King St, Charleston, SC 29403-5520– Read more on Tripadvisor

#10. Burn’s Alley Neighborhood Bar

– Rating: 4.5 / 5 (26 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Service (4.5/5), Value (3.5/5)– Type of cuisine: Pub– Price: not available– Address: 354 1/2 King St, Charleston, SC 29401-1440– Read more on Tripadvisor

#9. Uptown Social

– Rating: 4.0 / 5 (65 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.0/5), Service (4.0/5), Value (3.5/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 587 King St., Charleston, SC 29403– Read more on Tripadvisor

#8. Moe’s Crosstown Tavern

– Rating: 4.5 / 5 (75 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.0/5), Service (4.0/5), Value (4.0/5), Atmosphere (3.5/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $– Address: 714 Rutledge Ave, Charleston, SC 29403– Read more on Tripadvisor

#7. Edmund’s Oast Brewing Co.

– Rating: 4.5 / 5 (71 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.0/5), Service (4.5/5), Value (4.0/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 1505 King Street Ext, Charleston, SC 29405-9442– Read more on Tripadvisor

#6. Charlestowne Tobacco and Wine

– Rating: 4.5 / 5 (106 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.0/5), Service (4.5/5), Value (4.5/5), Atmosphere (4.5/5)– Type of cuisine: Wine Bar– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 56 Market Place Drive, Charleston, SC 29403-5503– Read more on Tripadvisor

#5. John King Grill & Dueling Pianos

– Rating: 4.0 / 5 (219 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.0/5), Service (4.0/5), Value (3.5/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 428 King St, Charleston, SC 29403-6230– Read more on Tripadvisor

#4. Maybank Public House

– Rating: 4.5 / 5 (97 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.5/5), Service (4.5/5), Value (4.0/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 1970 Maybank Hwy, Charleston, SC 29412-2126– Read more on Tripadvisor

#3. Bumpa’s

– Rating: 4.5 / 5 (60 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.5/5), Service (4.5/5), Value (4.5/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 5 Cumberland St, Charleston, SC 29401-2603– Read more on Tripadvisor

#2. Meeting at Market

– Rating: 4.5 / 5 (265 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.0/5), Service (4.0/5), Value (4.0/5)– Type of cuisine: American, Bar– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 120 Market Street Belmond Charleston Place, Charleston, SC 29401– Read more on Tripadvisor

#1. Carmella’s Cafe and Dessert Bar

– Rating: 4.5 / 5 (831 reviews)– Detailed ratings: Food (4.5/5), Service (4.5/5), Value (4.5/5), Atmosphere (4.5/5)– Type of cuisine: Italian, American– Price: $$ – $$$– Address: 198 E Bay St Suite 100, Charleston, SC 29401-2612– Read more on Tripadvisor

Charleston Pride Festival returns this month after two-year hiatus

Charleston Pride Week kicks off Sunday to offer eight days of activities to educate, celebrate, honor and advocate the importance of the Lowcountry’s LBGTQ community.On November 12, Charleston Pride will hold its first free festival in two years. It will be noon to 6 p.m. at The Refinery (1640 Meeting Street Road) and will include a curated selection of live entertainment, a variety of vendors, local food trucks and more.“After being on hiatus for a couple of years through the pandemic, we know that the work around ...

Charleston Pride Week kicks off Sunday to offer eight days of activities to educate, celebrate, honor and advocate the importance of the Lowcountry’s LBGTQ community.

On November 12, Charleston Pride will hold its first free festival in two years. It will be noon to 6 p.m. at The Refinery (1640 Meeting Street Road) and will include a curated selection of live entertainment, a variety of vendors, local food trucks and more.

“After being on hiatus for a couple of years through the pandemic, we know that the work around building community and sense of belonging between the queer community in the Lowcountry and the state isn’t the same when it’s all virtual,” said Domenico Ruggerio, executive director of We Are Family. “So being able to gather in person, celebrate the community in person and celebrate love is something that’s really exciting.

“I’m excited and our youth here at We Are Family are excited to take part in not only the festival but events throughout the week. We will have a tent at the festival and we’re really excited to be able to see everyone and just have a good time with folks.”

Another local leader in the LGBTQ+ community, Sunshine Goodman, president of Alliance for Full Acceptance, echoed Ruggerio’s sentiments.

“After years of not having [the festival] and dealing with a pandemic and going through all that we’ve been going through the last couple of years, I think it’s an exciting time,” she said.

“With the adversity that we’re facing and with politicians directly aiming their laws and legislation toward the trans and the LGBTQ+ communities, I think that it’s a marvelous time for us to show that even with all of that, we can come together. We can celebrate. We want to celebrate our lives. We are here. We’re not afraid of those things, and we are willing to fight,” Goodman said.

In the week that follows, Charleston Pride also offers these events:

The Real Rainbow Row Walking TourLiterary Discussion on LGBTQ+ Representation in MediaCharleston Pride Presents Magic Mike MondayLGBTQ+ Karaoke NightNacho Mother’s Taco Tuesday with DJ Four5 of the Dance DoctorsPatti O’Furniture’s “On The Back Deck” Happy Hour Drag ShowGame Night: Arcade, Bowling, and TriviaLGBTLOL: A Night of Stand-Up ComedyTherapy Thursdays Drag Show with Dr. Brooke CollinsPrism Party with DJ NattyHeavyDrag Me to Brunch

“Really looking forward to the LGBTLOL,” Ruggerio said. “That’s always a fun event to be able to highlight some of our local talent and just have a night to laugh. We have some really great, talented comedians and folks in the community here in the Lowcountry and South Carolina. Anytime I get the opportunity to see them perform is always a blast.”

The mission of Charleston Pride is “to promote the visibility of the LGBTQ community by educating society, honoring our heritage, advocating for our culture, and celebrating our diverse society,” according to the organization’s website. “Our purpose is to highlight the uniqueness and diversity of our community through distinct events throughout the year promoting our history and culture, including the annual Charleston Pride Parade and Festival, henceforth referred to as the ‘Annual Pride Event.’”

For more information about Pride Week events or to purchase event tickets, visit charlestonpride.org.

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