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August 2011

Outdoors

Follow the lens and field notes of a longtime nature and wildlife photographer to glimpse Lowcountry creatures great and small, commonly seen and elusive

Meet five design teams who, through their own creative processes, craft a variety of materials—wood, leather, metal, plastic, paper, and more—into singular products that are making their marks in Charleston and beyond

The Review

Water’s Edge is one of those classic seafood restaurants where the scent of saltwater, call of gulls, and unmistakable tang of fried seafood serve as glorious reminders that you’re enjoying dinner on the coast.

Arts Profile

Painter Nathan Durfee translates universal human
experiences into his own vibrant reality

The Charleston Home

For one downtown family, a smart update of their 1980s brick dwelling is all in the details

Local Music

Sol Driven Train burns up the tracks with “sonic schizophrenia”

What drama went down after 1886’s great quake? A new tome tells all

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Lowcountry plantation opens to visitors this fall

Community

Charleston Civic Design Center (CCDC) director
Michael Maher envisions a Holy City that’s fit for the future

Scouting Report

Slip into one of these statement bracelets for a look that packs punch

The Charleston Profile

One of the creative minds behind digital marketing company Blue Ion shares his passion for blues tunes, outdoor adventuring, and the wild West

Quick Bite

It’s dinner and a show at the Avondale Mellow Mushroom, where the kitchen is the stage

Quick Bite

Chef Micah Garrison shares bygone flavors made from heirloom produce

Quick Bite

Spice up your life with The Cocktail Club’s Double Standard

Love It!

Beat the August heat with these cool comforts

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