“Charleston, South Carolina: Must-see spots the tour guides may not show you” USAToday.com

Owner of Bulldog Tours, Charleston, S.C.
Source: USAToday.com
Source: USAToday.com
“John LaVerne, owner of Bulldog Tours, says that after taking a guided tour of Charleston, you should “just start walking.”

USA Today leads you in a journey of Charleston via 39 photos and dialogue. It includes suggestions by some of the local tour guides. I suspect that you will find a suggestion of something that you haven’t experienced.

Check out the guide!

MOJA Arts Festival – A Celebration of African-American and Caribbean Arts

Moja, a Swahili word meaning “One,” is the appropriate name for this festival celebration of harmony among all people in our community.” MOJAfestival.com

MOJA Festival

“2019 marks Charleston’s 36th annual MOJA Arts Festival: A Celebration of African-American and Caribbean Arts. Selected as one of the Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Events for many years, the MOJA Arts Festival promises an exciting line-up of events with a rich variety of traditional favorites. The upcoming festival is scheduled for Thursday, September 26 through Sunday, October 6, 2019. Nearly half of MOJA’s events are admission-free, and the remainder are offered at  modest ticket prices.

The MOJA Arts Festival is a multi-disciplinary festival produced and directed by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the MOJA Planning Committee, a community arts and cultural group, and the MOJA Advisory Board, a group of civic leaders who assist with fundraising and advocacy.” MOJAfestival.com

Further Info – ABCNews4.com: MOJA Heritage Day celebrates African-American and Caribbean culture