CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Musicians, authors and children's activities highlight the 2nd Sunday on King Street event in downtown Charleston.
The city's busy King Street shopping district is closed to motor vehicles one Sunday a month so visitors can stroll down the center of the street, eat at outside tables and take in special events.
Musicians from the Charleston Symphony Orchestra are performing this Sunday, and at one store children will be able to color their own trick-or-treat bags.
There will also be greyhound dogs for adoption and local authors signing their books.
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