From flooding to workforce housing, I speak exclusively with Charleston mayoral candidate Will Freeman for "Quintin's Close-Ups."
Sara Turner is a prominent Charleston family law and criminal defense lawyer and for a year now, she has had her own law firm.
From the business cards controversy to the latest on the old Piggly Wiggly site in West Ashley, I sit down exclusively with City of Charleston councilman Peter Shahid for a special edition of "Quintin's Close-Ups."
Jason Taylor is a prominent Charleston attorney who lives in downtown Charleston, but he is concerned about the city's future. It's one of the reasons why he is running for Charleston City Council's District 3 seat this fall.
Gordon H. Garrett is a prominent attorney and community leader in the City of North Charleston, but he is concerned about the city's future and that's why he is running for North Charleston City Council's District 8 seat.
You can carry a laptop in these bags, but it still looks like a handbag. I speak exclusively with the founder and owner of Alesya Bags, Alesya Macatol, for a special edition of "Quintin's Close-Ups."
From the hate crime bill to his second year in office, I speak exclusively with state representative Marvin Pendarvis for a special edition of "Quintin's Close-Ups."
Flooding, infrastructure and affordable housing are some of the issues that small business owner Jason Sakran are concerned about and that he wants to be the next Charleston City Council member to represent the city's District 3 area.
He is the superintendent of the South Carolina Public Charter School District. In this edition of "Quintin's Close-Ups," I speak exclusively with Elliot Smalley, one-on-one.
From healthcare to terrorism, those are some of the issues that former 1st Congressional District candidate and businessman Teddy Turner are concerned about.
The South Carolina General Assembly has ended its legislative session for this year.
Kathryn Whitaker is a mom, a wife, a woman of God, a political lover and a marketing professional. Now she is running for South Carolina State Senate District 37 in 2020.
There is a lot of good things happening at the Charleston Parks Conservancy.
According to the Piccolo Spoleto's website, The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison and adapted by Lydia R. Diamond, captures the story of 11-year-old Pecola Breedlove who wants nothing more than to be loved by her family and schoolmates.
Spoleto and Piccolo are returning in 16 days. Nigel Redden of Spoleto and Scott Watson with Piccolo speak exclusively with me about the festivals.
Peter Tecklenburg has been Charleston County's auditor for 6 years. In this edition of "Quintin's Close-Ups," I speak exclusively with him, one-on-one, to talk about the latest news from the office and its future.
Judge Peter Kouten has been Charleston County's associate probate court judge since 2017.
Marie Delcioppo is the president of the Daniel Island Neighborhood Association and now she wants to represent Daniel Island and parts of downtown Charleston on Charleston City Council.
He's a father, a husband, a businessman and for the past 12 years, he has also been a Charleston City Council member.