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FEATURE PHOTO: Folk songs at Muse Fest

Robbie Fulks, folk singer, sings his song 'Tears Only Run One Way' at the 5th annual Muse Fest at the Charleston Square on June 1.

Zoë Donovan, Staff Reporter

June 2, 2019

Robbie Fulks, a folk music artist, sings his song 'Tears Only Run One Way' during the 5th annual Muse Fest at the Charleston Square on June 1. Muse Fest opened up just as the first Tour de Charleston races were finishing up. Muse Fest included a Kid’s corner, complete with bounce houses, mini-golf...

City Council approves appropriating MFT fund for FY18 to FY19

Logan Raschke, Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2019

The Charleston City Council voted to approve the motor fuel tax funds supplemental resolution that includes another $125,000 for FY18 to FY19 during its Tuesday meeting. “The 2019 fiscal year is complete. We know that more was spent than the original amount, so we must pass a supplemental resolution...

Art culture was expressed, empowerment for mental disabilities was conveyed at Muse Fest

Jake Edwards, performs live music for the crowd at Muse Fest, Saturday evening in the Charleston Square. Edwards told the crowd he was filling in for his sister, who could not make it to the performance.

Jordan Boyer, Editor-in-Chief

June 4, 2018

The art culture was expressed, live music was played and food and drink were served, all while spreading awareness for mental disabilities at the fourth annual Muse Fest in the Charleston Square Saturday. Muse Fest Arts & Craft Festival was coordinated by CTF Illinois, a not-for-profit organization...

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