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5:49 am on Sunday December 8, 2013

Development, revelers, restaurants, more: Profiling the Upper King boom

King Street above Calhoun Street has been a hot spot in Charleston for years now, but now a move by the parent company of The Post and Courier, Evening Post Industries, to develop a 12-acre Courier Square development at Meeting and Columbus Streets...
7:39 pm on Tuesday December 3, 2013

Downtown development called 'game changer'

The parent company of The Post and Courier, Evening Post Industries, is near to approval of the massive 12-acre Courier Square development at Meeting and Columbus Streets near the new Bi-Lo in downtown Charleston.
2:51 am on Wednesday September 5, 2012

For their tribulations, Charleston's Garden & Gun magazine earns a New York Times feature

Image by Flickr user therangonaginAssured five years of support by the parent company of The Post and Courier, Charleston-based magazine Garden & Gun looked like it was assured a path to success. But that blanket shriveled in early 2009 when...
4:35 am on Saturday February 13, 2010

The Post and Courier's parent company is also a real estate company

Our local daily is more than just a newspaper company, its parent company, Evening Post Publishing, also owns a plethora of TV stations and real estate, including a number of large land swaths in downtown Charleston. Today the company announced a...
3:27 pm on Monday March 23, 2009

Several Charleston area papers affected by company-wide furloughs (updated)

Image by Ken Hawkins/TheDigitelImage by 20090323-pandc.jpg Bruised, but not out. Updated: March 23rd, 7 p.m.: We've just gotten word that the furlough does not affect those hired during 2009. It's a move that has caused some griping as the policy...
3:10 pm on Wednesday March 18, 2009

Garden & Gun picked up by new owner, sort of

Image by 20090318-garden-gun.jpg The Post and Courier's parent company, Evening Post Publishing Co., has sold a majority interest in Garden & Gun magazine. The buyer? A new company formed by the magazine's management: Indigo Acquisition. Fun...
2:28 pm on Wednesday January 14, 2009

Garden & Gun's parent company cuts off funding

Image by Flickr user brighterworlds Image by 20090114-garden-gun.jpg Garden & Gun's parent company is cutting the magazine off, and forcing it to seek alternative funding. No layoffs have yet been announced. Mediabistro.com reports: Evening...
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