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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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New comedy club Wit’s End from comic Josh Bates coming to North Charleston

NORTH CHARLESTON — Stand-up comedy in Charleston will have a new home not far from Park Circle after The Sparrow closes later this year.Comedian Josh Bates announced a new venture with entrepreneur Rick Blind that will bring a combination bar and theater to 3324 Rivers Ave. The new space, set to open in in Feb...

NORTH CHARLESTON — Stand-up comedy in Charleston will have a new home not far from Park Circle after The Sparrow closes later this year.

Comedian Josh Bates announced a new venture with entrepreneur Rick Blind that will bring a combination bar and theater to 3324 Rivers Ave. The new space, set to open in in February, will include about 5,000 square feet of space divided between the bar, a 90-seat theater, a green room that doubles as a podcasting studio and a forthcoming VIP area.

The new comedy club that will step in for The Sparrow as the gym for Charleston stand-up comics sits across the street from the Starlight Motor Inn and next door to Jackrabbit Filly ownership’s new restaurant, King BBQ. The Sparrow became a hub for comics plying their craft in part due to its long-running weekly open mic nights.

Having a theater space means Wit’s End will be able to host other forms of entertainment as well. Future plans include bringing community theater events to the space, in addition to hosting sketch and improv comedy events. Bates said he and his partner might even work with King BBQ on events.

Comedy at The Sparrow became a spin-off brand that’s brought in rising stars in the stand-up world to Park Circle after the bar’s owner, Cami Kind, tapped Bates to evolve entertainment offerings in 2019.

In July, Kind announced the bar would close after more than a decade because of a lease dispute. She said that she would not reopen The Sparrow elsewhere.

The upcoming closing left Bates needing to find a new path forward for Comedy at The Sparrow, whose open mics became so popular that they switched from walk-in signups to advance registration on Mondays.

The last day of comedy at The Sparrow is Dec. 9. Bates said he plans on a smooth transition for comedy fans when Wit’s End opens in February. He has booked national comics to play in the club’s opening weeks, along with a concert series.

Bates said more information on the club will be shared in the coming months.

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Free trade classes for adults coming to N. Charleston Community Resource Center

The Community Resource Center in North Charleston will soon offer free classes for any adult who wants to learn skills for manufacturing jobs.NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Through a private partnership with Neal Brothers Distribution, the Community Resource Center in North Charleston will soon offer free classes for any adult who wants to learn skills for manufacturing jobs.Neal Brothers is investing in the program so the courses are free for adults. Neal Brothers CEO Daryll Ray Griffin says it’s important to acknowledg...

The Community Resource Center in North Charleston will soon offer free classes for any adult who wants to learn skills for manufacturing jobs.

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Through a private partnership with Neal Brothers Distribution, the Community Resource Center in North Charleston will soon offer free classes for any adult who wants to learn skills for manufacturing jobs.

Neal Brothers is investing in the program so the courses are free for adults. Neal Brothers CEO Daryll Ray Griffin says it’s important to acknowledge that college is not the only path. He believes the program will help expand their recruitment and support their workforce.

“The Community Resource Center is the epitome of giving a helping hand so Neal Brothers will always be a part for the Community Resource Center,” Griffin said.

The program has support from State Representative Wendell Gilliard who emphasized how important trade skills are and acknowledges how big the industry is in the Lowcountry. He says he plans to pre-file a bill for the second time next legislative session about manufacturing education.

“The bill will call for us to infuse in the curriculum in the State of South Carolina for the first time that we will teach our students advanced manufacturing,” Gilliard said.

Charleston County School Board member Courtney Waters says the trade industry is now included in the general discussion of education paths early on, but for many parents who didn’t have this option – they now have the opportunity to take classes.

“We have to wrap our arms around the parents who were not served by our education system decades before them. So, I appreciate so much this partnership with the private industry to bring necessary education to parents because we have to make sure we are providing support to entire families,” Water said.

She also mentioned her time working in the industry during the announcement and expressed her excitement for seeing other people discover what the job has to offer.

“As someone who was once upon a time forklift certified and worked in an advanced manufacturing facility, I really appreciate that this is the type of skill that gets someone above the entry-level salary and allows them to attain a skill,” Waters said.

Louis Smith, the Executive Director Community Resource Center, says the program is prepared to handle about 200 students. The center’s North Charleston campus features multiple classrooms and forklift training will happen on-site.

“We have partnered with many people throughout our community to make this happen. We want to make sure that all of our adults are able to get a decent job and a decent education. And as you know, the majority of the jobs now are going toward mass production,” Smith said.

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Roper St. Francis to build massive $1B health campus in North Charleston

Listen to this articleRoper St. Francis Healthcare will build a new campus in North Charleston that will include a new hospital and office building.The $1 billion Roper Hospital Medical Campus in North Charleston will occupy 27-acres near interstates 26 and 526 and be easily accessible for patients living in Berkeley, Charleston or Dorchester counties, according to a Roper release.The project will be one of the largest, most advanced health care construction projects on the East Coast and will meet the health care needs ...

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Roper St. Francis Healthcare will build a new campus in North Charleston that will include a new hospital and office building.

The $1 billion Roper Hospital Medical Campus in North Charleston will occupy 27-acres near interstates 26 and 526 and be easily accessible for patients living in Berkeley, Charleston or Dorchester counties, according to a Roper release.

The project will be one of the largest, most advanced health care construction projects on the East Coast and will meet the health care needs of one of the fastest growing areas in the country.

“This new medical campus will be a paradigm for providing healthcare, whether that’s complex surgeries in a hospital or an annual checkup in an outpatient office,” said Dr. Jeffrey DiLisi, president and chief executive officer of Roper St. Francis Healthcare, said in the release. “We made the bold decision one year ago to move Roper Hospital, and I’m grateful to our North Charleston partners for breathing life into this dream. This new campus will ensure our ability to continue delivering the quality care that’s been the hallmark of our brand for generations.”

The new Roper Hospital Medical Campus is expected to include a full-service acute care hospital with a 24-hour Emergency Room, the release stated. The campus also will have a Medical Office Building where a vast array of outpatient and specialty care will be provided. Roper St. Francis Healthcare has secured six premium real estate parcels off Mall Drive near North Charleston City Hall to build the campus.

In November 2021, DiLisi announced a roadmap for the next decade for the Lowcountry’s largest health care system for adults that centered on caring for more patients, expanding services and modernizing technology to better serve future generations, the release stated. One of the five key initiatives of that Roper St. Francis Healthcare 2030 plan was optimizing the health care system’s footprint in the Lowcountry, which also includes expanding Roper St. Francis Berkeley Hospital and providing additional health care services in highly populated and growing communities.

This new campus will be the fourth location for Roper Hospital since it opened downtown in 1856 and will be technologically and structurally upgraded to better withstand natural disasters, such as floods, hurricanes and earthquake, the release stated.

While construction may take up to five years, Roper St. Francis Healthcare will continue to offer services on the Charleston peninsula to remain convenient to those in need downtown, according to the release.

Roper St. Francis Healthcare has long maintained a strong presence in North Charleston, operating the Roper Hospital Diagnostics & ER – Northwoods, along with two Express Care locations and the Greer Transitions Clinic.

Roper St. Francis Healthcare hired E4H Environments for Health Architecture and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) to design the new medical campus, the release stated. The partnership combines global design excellence with comprehensive health care planning and design expertise. These teams provide a combination of local knowledge and national thought leadership, which has facilitated innovations and transformations for clients such as New York-Presbyterian Hospital, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Cleveland Clinic, and Egypt's New National Cancer Institute in Giza, one of the largest facilities of its kind in the world.

“E4H is honored to be a part of this landmark project for Roper St. Francis Healthcare and the community which it will serve. As a mission-driven organization focused on 100 percent healthcare design, we are dedicated to improving outcomes for patients, families, and caregivers. E4H is deeply inspired by the synergy between RSFH’s core values and our own,” said Jeremy Bartz, partner at E4H, in the release. “Starting with a systemwide strategic masterplan that will provide key insight into critical needs across the community, E4H and SOM will design a new medical campus that will set the standard for healthcare in the Lowcountry of South Carolina.”

Bring in the new year with one of these celebrations in Charleston

The countdown to 2024 is on and it’s not too early to secure your plans. If you want to be out on the town for New Year’s Eve + New Year’s Day, Charleston has lots of events and celebrations. Keep reading to explore some.New Year’s Eve - Sunday, Dec. 31New Year’s Eve Dinner | Times vary | Azur + Azur Events, 159 Market St., ...

The countdown to 2024 is on and it’s not too early to secure your plans. If you want to be out on the town for New Year’s Eve + New Year’s Day, Charleston has lots of events and celebrations. Keep reading to explore some.

New Year’s Eve - Sunday, Dec. 31

New Year’s Eve Dinner | Times vary | Azur + Azur Events, 159 Market St., Charleston | $85

Join Azur for a six-course, French-inspired New Year’s Eve Dinner. Enjoy menu items like champagne, Foie Gras, Caviar, A Harmonious St. Jacques Feuilleté, Frosty Parisian Delight.

New Year’s Eve at Aquarium Aglow | 5:30-9:30 p.m. | SC Aquarium, 100 Aquarium Wharf, Charleston | $34.95

You don’t have to be a night owl to enjoy this family-friendly party which features food, drinks, and animals.

The Wonderer Masquerade of Wonder | 9 p.m. | The Wonderer Charleston, 1705 Meeting Street Rd., Charleston | Prices vary

Immerse yourself in a night of enchantment and adventure under the stars. There will be indoor + outdoor themed areas and all-inclusive bars, light bites, three stages of live entertainment, aerialists + acrobatics, and more. The suggested attire is “dress to impress” with masks.

Sorelle New Year’s Eve Party | 9 p.m.-1 a.m. | Sorelle, 88 Broad St., Charleston | $175

Dance the night away with live music, passed canapés, and select beer, wine, and cocktails.

New Year’s Eve at the Alley | 9 p.m. | The Alley, 131 Columbus St., Charleston | $85

Enjoy a night of silent disco, music from DJ Phamtastik, free bowling + arcade games.

Studio 34 Disco Party | 9 p.m. | 34 West Theater Company. 200 Meeting St., Ste. 100, Charleston | $100

Take a step back into the 70’s and dazzle under the stage lights. This experience includes an open bar, local + curated bites and sweets, prizes and live music from DJ KIMI, and a special appearance from DYSCO KNGZ.

NYE Midnight in Paris | 10 p.m-1 a.m. | Félix Cocktails et Cuisine, 550 King St., Charleston | $125

This soiree includes bites, specialty cocktails, a champagne toast, and a midnight balloon drop. Parisian chic attire is encouraged.

Sparkle + Swine | 9 p.m. | Farm Haus Butcher and Beer Garden, 604 Coleman Blvd. Mount Pleasant | $0-$250

Groove into 2024 listening to local Charleston Band, Hans Wenzel + special guests. There will also be complimentary party favors + champagne and specialty curator appetizer spreads

New Year’s Studio 71 Party | 8 p.m. | Islander 71, 80 41st Ave., Isle of Palms | $150

The evening will be filled with live music, an open bar, chef-curated food station, and a special “Studio 71” lounge. Reservations are encouraged but walk-ins are accepted.

New Years Day

2024 Dunleay’s Polar Plunge | Jan. 1 | 2 p.m. | Dunleavy’s Pub, 2213 Middle St., Sullivan’s Island

Start your new year with a great cause, the Special Olympics South Carolina

Polar Plunge Party | Jan. 1 | 10 a.m. | Paradiso Charleston, 4401 McCarthy St., North Charleston

Plunge at the hotel pool for a refreshing dive into the new year. Afterward, guests can warm up by the fire pits and treat themselves with cocktails at the Bloody Mary station.

FOURTH CHICKEN SALAD CHICK COMING TO THE GREATER CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, MARKET WITH NEWEST RESTAURANT OPENING IN NORTH CHARLESTON

-Fast casual concept celebrates grand opening in Cedar Grove shopping center Dec. 5th with free chicken salad for a year-ATLANTA, Nov. 20, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicken Salad Chick, the nation's only fast casual chicken salad restaurant concept, announced today its latest opening in Charleston, South Carolina. Located at 8803 Dorchester Road in North...

-Fast casual concept celebrates grand opening in Cedar Grove shopping center Dec. 5th with free chicken salad for a year-

ATLANTA, Nov. 20, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicken Salad Chick, the nation's only fast casual chicken salad restaurant concept, announced today its latest opening in Charleston, South Carolina. Located at 8803 Dorchester Road in North Charleston's Cedar Grove shopping center, this is the fourth Chicken Salad Chick to open in the area from owners Julie Beville and Michelle Singleton, who also own Chicks in Summerville, Mount Pleasant and Goose Creek. The new restaurant features a convenient drive-thru and spacious patio for outdoor seating. The community is invited to celebrate the grand opening on Tuesday, Dec. 5th; the first 100 guests in line will win free chicken salad for a year.

During grand opening week, North Charleston guests can expect to experience the Southern hospitality that Chicken Salad Chick is known for with specials and giveaways that include:

Chicken Salad Chick's Charleston-area growth is being led by Julie Beville and Michelle Singleton of Sing Bev Hospitality. These multi-unit franchise owners opened their first Chick in Greenville, South Carolina, in 2013 and have steadily expanded to own and operate a total of 16 locations throughout North and South Carolina over the past decade.

"North Charleston - and the greater Charleston market in general - is one of the fastest growing areas in the entire country, and Michelle and I feel so fortunate for the opportunity to open another restaurant here," said Julie Beville, co-owner of Chicken Salad Chick North Charleston. "We love bringing the best chicken salad to our raving fans while also making a positive impact in the local communities we serve."

Sing Bev Hospitality has been partnering with local chapters of the American Cancer Society for years through Chicken Salad Chick's Annual Giving Card and numerous other events and programs that support the CSC Foundation's mission to help raise money to find a cure for cancer. With the North Charleston opening, they will be supporting the local American Cancer Society chapter as part of their pre-opening Friends & Family events.

Chicken Salad Chick in North Charleston will be open Monday – Saturday from 10:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. For more information, visit www.chickensaladchick.com. Follow Chicken Salad Chick on Facebook and Instagram for the latest news and trends.

For more information on giveaways and specials, visit https://www.facebook.com/ChickenSaladChickNorthCharlestonSC/.

*Guests should arrive early to secure a place in line. The first 100 guests must remain in line and download the Craving Credits app. Wi-Fi will not be available on site. Once the restaurant opens, guests will make a purchase of "The Chick" or anything of greater value and enter a code in the Craving Credits app to officially secure their spot. If you leave the line for any reason, your spot will be awarded to the next guest in line. Guests will receive their first free Large Quick Chick electronically to their app the Monday following Grand Opening Day. **Must download the CSC App and be 16 years or older to purchase. Not valid with any other offers. Limit 1 reward per guest present."

About Chicken Salad Chick Chicken Salad Chick serves full-flavored, Southern-style chicken salad made from scratch and served from the heart. With more than a dozen original chicken salad flavors as well as fresh side salads, gourmet soups, signature sandwiches and delicious desserts, Chicken Salad Chick's robust menu is a perfect fit for any guest. Founded in Auburn, Alabama, by Stacy and Kevin Brown, in 2008, Chicken Salad Chick has grown to more than 240 restaurants in 18 states. Today, under the leadership of Scott Deviney and the Chicken Salad Chick team, the brand is continuing its rapid expansion with both franchise and company locations. Chicken Salad Chick has received numerous accolades including rankings in the 2023 Entrepreneur Franchise 500, Franchise Times' Fast & Serious for the third consecutive year, Fast Casual.com's top Movers and Shakers from 2018 to 2023, QSR's Best Franchise Deals in 2019, 2020 and 2022, and Franchise Business Review's Top Food Franchises in 2020. See www.chickensaladchick.com for additional information.

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