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Director of Charleston Music Hall, Charles Carmody in Studio with Richard

Listen to Richard Todd’s conversation with the Director of the Charleston Music Hall, Charles Carmody. They chat about how he manages his 7 1/2 month-old baby boy, the passing of John Prine, how he & his staff

Richard Todd checks back in with his friend in Milan Italy, Michele Palumbo

Richard Todd checks back in with his friend in Milan Italy, Michele Palumbo! After speaking with him at the beginning of March, there have been over 15,000 deaths in Italy. It was time to check back in

Richard and Attorney John Price Discuss Essential Businesses on The Legal Buzz

On this edition of The Legal Buzz, Richard Todd speaks with Bridge legal Advisor John Price. They discuss how an essential business like an attorney’s office stays in business and does business during the current conditions of

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Happy Hour Hangouts with The Critic: Coronavirus Edition

Maintaining optimism in these trying times, The Critic practices “stay-at-home”  measures with a soundtrack provided by The Stooges & The Replacements! Check it out below.    

Charleston City Paper Publisher, Andy Brack Discussing the Coronavirus Situation (So Far) 

Listen to Richard Todd’s conversation with the Publisher of the Charleston City Paper & Editor of the Statehouse Report, Andy Brack. They discuss why Gov. McMaster has not issued a statewide “stay-at-home” order and how our state

Bridge Legal Advisor, David Aylor, Talks About “Stay-at-home” Orders & How They are Helping Lowcountry Families During This Time

On this edition of The Legal Buzz, Richard Todd talks with Bridge Legal Advisor David Aylor about the dispute between cities and the state of SC over the ability to issue a “stay-at-home” order and whether it

Richard Chat’s with Michelle Woodhall, Board Member of the Lowcountry Hospitality Association, President of Charming Inns & Circa 1886 Restaurant

Listen to Richard Todd’s conversation with Michelle Woodhall, board member of the Lowcountry Hospitality Association, President of Charming Inns and Circa 1886 Restaurant. They discuss the impact on the hospitality industry during this Corona Spring, how things

The Legal Buzz with Bobby Phipps of John Price Law Firm

On this week’s edition of The Legal Buzz, Richard Todd speaks with Bobby Phipps, an attorney at the John Price Law Firm, about how they are staying open to deal with legal issues while taking special measures

Happy Hour Hangouts: Social Distancing, Social Distortion, Social Hygiene, & Social Beverages

Critic talks social distancing, social distortion, social hygiene, & social beverages with correspondents Stupid Mike, Donzilla & Stephanie, and Attorney David Aylor.

LCHR Roller Derby Season Opener

Come out for our Season Opener and see your Lowcountry Highrollers take on Panhandle United from Fort Walton Beach, Florida! The Allstars (177) will be taking on the Panhandle Unite Allstars (183) The Bruisin’ Betties will be

Richard Chats with 9th Circuit Solicitor, Scarlett Wilson 

Listen to Richard Todd’s conversation with the 9th Circuit Solicitor, Scarlett Wilson, as she addresses how the criminal justice system is adapting during this new normal and how the wheels of justice will continue to turn.  

Richard Todd Chats With Lowcountry Local First Executive Director, Jamee Haley

Check out Richard Todd’s conversation with Jamee Haley, the Executive Director of Lowcountry Local First, as they talk about ways to help and support our local businesses and those hurting in the community during these difficult times.

Charleston City Paper, Andy Brack On How You Can Help the Community

Check out Richard Todd’s conversation with the Publisher of the Charleston City Paper, Andy Brack, as they discuss some interesting ways you can help your community during this uncertain time and how we are all in this

Critic and his Correspondent Caroline from Reform Studios go Circle Hopping

Critic and his correspondent Caroline from Reform Studios go Circle Hopping in one of the coolest neighborhoods in the country! No official St. Patrick’s Street Party, but plenty of food, bevs, fun and an appearance from Attorney

Attorney David Aylor in Studio Discussing the Legal Ramifications of the Coronavirus

On this edition of The Legal Buzz, Richard Todd talks with Bridge Legal Advisor, Attorney David Aylor. He discusses some of the legal ramifications of the coronavirus that you might not have thought of!

Charleston Jazz Orchestra Music Director & Director of Jazz Studies at CofC, Robert Lewis, in Studio with Richard Todd

Check out Richard Todd’s conversation with Robert Lewis, the Musical Director of the Charleston Jazz Orchestra and Director of Jazz Studies at the College of Charleston. They discuss the state of jazz here in town, the history

Director of Charleston Music Hall, Charles Carmody Talks About Changes to the Venue and Upcoming Shows

Listen to Richard Todd’s conversation with Charles Carmody, the Director of the Charleston Music Hall, as they prepare to remove and replace the seats in front of the stage. Which will provide standing room for more dancing

Check out Richard’s Exclusive Conversation with his friend Michele Palumbo from “Inside the Red Zone” in Milan Italy

You’ll want to hear Richard Todd’s exclusive conversation with Michele Palumbo, his friend, and part-owner in several restaurants in Milan, Italy, from “inside the red zone”!  He describes the situation in Italy regarding the Coronavirus just before

The Critic Takes the New Free Trolley Through the Brewery District

The Critic and his correspondents Donzilla & Stephanie take the new free trolley through the Brewery District in downtown Charleston. Can they complete the mission and visit all 9 breweries in a single afternoon? Click below to

The Legal Buzz with Attorney John Price – March 9th, 2020

On this edition of The Legal Buzz, Richard Todd talks with Bridge Legal Advisor John Price about the need for some medical knowledge when dealing with accident victims and how some of their own history with personal

Happy Hour Hangouts with Attorney David Aylor

T.C. & D.A. discuss Spring Training, the Innings Festival, and the Real I.D. over food & bevs at happy hour downtown.

Lorrie Griggs Talks About Drifter Fest: The Inaugural Bert Griggs Memorial Jam

Drifter Fest: The Inaugural Bert Griggs Memorial Jam will take place from March 6th to 8th at multiple venues throughout the Charleston area. The music-filled weekend will celebrate the life of Drifter Merch founder Bert Griggs who

Andy Brack of Charleston City Paper in Studio Discussing Super Tuesday Results, Best of Charleston Voting and More

Listen to Richard Todd’s conversation with Andy Brack, the Publisher of the Charleston City Paper and Editor of the Statehouse Report, as they discuss the results of Super Tuesday and analyze things moving forward in the primary

Richard Chats with Authors of “100 Things to do in Charleston Before You Die”, Lynn & Cele Seldon

Check out Richard Todd’s conversation with the authors of “100 Things to do in Charleston Before you Die”, Lynn & Cele Seldon. They discuss the release of the 2nd edition of this very popular book and their

Trippin’ with the Critic Phoenix, Arizona Day 2

Trippin with The Critic | The Bridge at 1055

The Critic kicks off 4 decades of out of town radio roadshows with the Just Stay Warm Tour 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona! Spring training baseball at the Cactus League, live music at the Innings Festival, & plenty

Trippin’ With the Critic in Phoenix, Arizona Day 1

Trippin with The Critic | The Bridge at 1055

The Critic kicks off 4 decades of out of town radio roadshows with the Just Stay Warm Tour 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona! Spring training baseball at the Cactus League, live music at the Innings Festival, & plenty