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Charleston Magazine

October 27, 2014

The Party:

NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin and Mark Bryan of Hootie & the Blowfish organized the third annual Pro-Am Jam, which recruits stars in golf, music, racing, entertainment, and sports to participate in a charity golf experience. A VIP private party, auction, and concert was held the night before the golfing began. 


The superjam at the end of the night featuring Mark Bryan, Darius Rucker, Steve Azar, Johnny Lee, Chris Kirkpatrick, and many more.


"Amazing event with @ProAmJam !!! One of the best charity events I have ever been to. Thank everyone so much for such a great time!" —Tweet from former *NSYNC member Chris Kirkpatrick, @IamCKirkpatrick


The Student Transportation of America Education Foundation, Mark Bryan's Carolina Studios, and the Denny Hamlin Foundation, all of which share the common mission of bettering the lives of children. 


Life on the water with “Clammer Dave” Belanger, who’s been cultivating and harvesting his specialized, nationally sought-after bivalves—Caper’s Clams, Caper’s Blades oysters, and new Cape Romaine Clusters—from local waterways

Charleston’s oldest craft-beer producer steps up its game

As the sommelier for the Peninsula Grill and its adjacent Champagne Bar, Dennis Perry knows bubbly––and he pours plenty of it during the holidays. “I love the season that spans Thanksgiving to New Year’s,” he says. “It’s the perfect time for toasting fellowship with Champagne and sparkling wines.” Read on for three of his favorite effervescent picks

Our taste & tell guide to the latest F&B openings in Charleston

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For funerals in the South, in lieu of flowers, bring food

The Food Rescue Truck has one mission: collect enough fare from area businesses to feed homeless locals at One80 Place seven days a week

Sculptor Matt Wilson welds found objects into whimsical creations

New leadership revamps the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival

The owners of Mount Pleasant’s The Coastal Cupboard introduce their own innovative style of cutting board

In fields just south of Charleston, Dr. Brian Ward is resurrecting the Carolina African runner peanut

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