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Cover Story: Shamed - Court Rules S.C. Must Help Poor Rural Schools

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FT Roundup: Councilman Cameron Runyan Votes to Deny Same-Sex Benefits

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The Side Line: Should They Stay Or Should They Go?

Business. Brief.: At Ignite! 2014, Entrepreneurs Talk about How to Move the Midlands Forward

Arts Beat: Pianist Golka Offers Soul, Technique in Performance with USC Symphony

This Just In: U.S. Supreme Court: Same-Sex Marriages in S.C. Can Go Forward

FT Roundup: Men Convicted in Hunnewell Murder; Young Gets Life in Prison

Local and State News: City Extends Benefits to Same-Sex Spouses of Employees

This Just In: Same-Sex Couples Are Getting Married in South Carolina

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FT Roundup: Councilman Cameron Runyan Votes to Deny Same-Sex Benefits

Business. Brief.: Eight Companies Vie for $83,000 in USC’s Proving Ground Pitchfest

News. Brief.: Former State Senator Indicted on Ethics Charges

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Arts Beat: Lomazov Astounds on Tchaikovsky, Nakahara Gets Bold with Rachmaninoff

From The Editor: Cultural Council No Longer Relevant to Local Arts Scene

Business. Brief.: Eight Companies Vie for $83,000 in USC’s Proving Ground Pitchfest

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Holiday Guide 2014

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Shamed - Court Rules S.C. Must Help Poor Rural Schools

Free Times Looks Forward and Back at the Two-Decade-Old Corridor of Shame Lawsuit
This week, Free Times looks both forward and back — telling the story of the inequities in school funding that led to the Corridor of Shame lawsuit, taking a look at the controversial 3-2 decision, and asking how the state will move toward fixing its schools in the years to come as the court ruling requires.

Music + Nightlife

She Returns From War’s Self-Titled EP

“Dance around your honest conversation,” sings Hunter Park to open the new EP from Charleston’s She Returns From War.

Food + Dining

The Milk-and-Bread Mystery

It’s no surprise that in a city billed as Famously Hot, our native residents don’t have a clue how to exist when the possibility of inclement cold weather is pending.
Chew on This!: Eat Lots of Oysters

Arts + Lifestyle

Vista Lights Kicks Off Local Holiday Season

Whether you love art, food, wine, live music or just getting into the holiday spirit, Vista Lights offers a little something for everyone.
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