Almost fun: A tale of Banjo-B-Que and Augusta, Ga.

Banjo-B-Que could be the South’s premier bluegrass and barbeque festival. It could be set in downtown Augusta next to the …

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Banjo-B-Que show preview: Top picks

Banjo-B-Que show preview: Top picks

You might not have heard of Banjo-B-Que before, but if not, that’s about to change. The Augusta-based music festival that …

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Snoop Dogg’s “Bush” – An Album Review

Snoop Dogg’s “Bush” – An Album Review

Snoop Dogg returns with Bush, his latest album serving as yet another tribute to the 70’s funk that inspired him. …

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Penguin Prison “Lost In New York” – An Album Review

Penguin Prison “Lost In New York” – An Album Review

It should sound a little funny to hear about penguin prisons and summers in the same sentence…Unless that sentence is …

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Shaky Knees Preview: An Interview with Hey Rosetta!

Shaky Knees Preview: An Interview with Hey Rosetta!

  CisternYard Radio is headed to the Shaky Knees Music Festival in Atlanta, GA from May 8-10th! To continue our …

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Ritzy Recycling and Classy Compostables: A Charleston Affair goes zero waste

Ritzy Recycling and Classy Compostables: A Charleston Affair goes zero waste

A Charleston Affair creates a sense of glamour, a chance to celebrate success, an excuse for friends to party one …

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Shaky Knees Preview: DJ Holden Curran’s Top 5 Picks

Shaky Knees Preview: DJ Holden Curran’s Top 5 Picks

  5. Social Distortion Social Distortion – a premier skate-punk craze band, that emerged in in Orange County, CA in …

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Funny Girl

Funny Girl

“It was hysterically funny!” Glowing praise for any comic. It might interest you to know that the word “hysterical” comes …

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Jet skis and basketball: A year in review with President McConnell

  President Glenn McConnell jet skis in his free time and sees a bright future for the College of Charleston. …

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Pay it forward: Upscale stylist gives haircuts to homeless

Pay it forward: Upscale stylist gives haircuts to homeless

Random acts of kindness can go a long way.  For Mark Bustos, 30, giving free haircuts to the homeless is …

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Candle-light vigil held in the Cistern

On Sunday night, students and community members gathered in the College of Charleston’s Cistern Yard to mourn and honor the …

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Charleston Miracle League: A grandslam for the lowcountry

Charleston Miracle League: A grandslam for the lowcountry

Miracles can come in many forms. For college students, miracles can be defined as passing a difficult class or making …

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