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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.

Mobility Month will be filled with experiences for the community
Grab your pals and get ready to learn and make elevated cocktails yourself.
Grab a pass to this week-long festival.
It’s officially strawberry picking season
Avaiation enthusiasts will enjoy the Charleston Airshow.
The Flowertown Festival garners thousands of people to celebrate springtime in the Lowcountry.
After finishing the race, treat yourself to celebrate at these after-parties featuring live music, food, and fun.
This year will commemorate the 20th anniversary of Pat Tillman’s death.
Here’s what you can expect for North Charleston’s new sports complex.
The famous painter was inspired by Charleston after visiting the Holy City in 1929.
Camellias at Hotel Bennett will serves up bites and decor to escape into a world of Alice in Wonderland.
Charleston is loaded with places to get an Espresso Martini
The College of Charleston men’s basketball team is in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
The cocktail making class explores the history of cocktails with a focus on Charleston plus the opportunity to make your own.
Moonlight Mixers is a dance series for five nights featuring live music.
This is your opportunity to score some Pi Day deals.
This win is the College of Charleston’s 12th straight win; the second longest winning streak in the nation.
Meet the founder behind the Charleston-based CBD skincare brand, She Biology.
The Refinery is ready for warmer weather and live outdoor concerts.
How can you not love the charm in Charleston?
The Charles will feature townhomes and apartment flats and will located next to The Jasper Apartments
Charleston Wine + Food has created this initiative to align with its new mission and to showcase the local culinary industry and contribute to its growth and sustainability.
ArtFest is a free event and is for individuals of all ages.
This extra day is added to the calendar every four years to keep it synchronized with the Earth’s revolutions around the sun, so what do you plan to do with your extra time this Leap Day?
Yappy Hour is an evening filled with drinks, dog fun, and live music.
Sofi Tukker will be joined by other international + regional acts
These parking updates have already started around Charleston and will continue throughout the year.
Along with the Cougars, you can also support the Bulldogs and the Buccaneers
Keep reading to discover how to win free Verde.
Wine + Food Street Fest will be a block party to remember