First thing every morning, Deb rolls over and asks me who I am today—Jimmy Buffet? Ernest Hemingway? Fidel Castro?” says Howard Brown. His wife’s smart to ask.
In a matter of weeks, an estimated 40,000 runners will descend on Charleston to participate in one of the largest 10K races in the country,
The sport of golf is steeped in tradition. Collars are worn. Divots are replaced. Decorum is maintained. And every April, a select few travel to Augusta, Georgia, to witness golf’s most prized tradition: the Masters.
As ships explored still-new corners of the globe in the 18th and 19th centuries, exporting, importing, and recording plants was as much an adventure for nurserymen, botanists, and artists as conque
While his work generally draws admiration, College of Charleston art professor Herb Parker wryly recalls one installation a decade ago in Savannah that garnered quite a different reaction.
For those who’ve yet to kick up their heels with our resident big band, the Charleston Jazz Orchestra (CJO) continues its inaugural season with a foot-tapping tribute to jazz legend Count Basie.
As chef of Mediterranean bistro Lana, John Ondo knows garlic. “Because if you’re not using it, your meal’s not Mediterranean,” he says.
The recent resurgence of artisanal bakeries has reintroduced Americans to the great regional breads of Europe.