- Associated Press - Sunday, December 14, 2014

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Charleston’s Second Sunday on King - the one day of the month when the city’s historic King Street is closed to vehicles and turned over to pedestrians and outside dining - is celebrating the holidays.

This Sunday authors are unveiling new books in time for the holidays, while the Preservation Society of Charleston hosts artisans from the American College of the Building Arts who are making plaster ornaments and cotton wreaths.

A number of stores along King Street that are not generally open on Sundays will be open this week.

Musicians are also providing holiday music.

The Charleston Caroling Company will be strolling up and down King Street and there is a holiday concert by the Charleston Catholic School Band.

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