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January 2011

Travel

Journey to the Caribbean isle of Barbados, Charleston’s sister colony in the sea

This month at New York’s Park Avenue Armory, 70 pieces of Charleston’s past—from centuries-old furniture, paintings, and metalwork to delicate textiles and ceramics—will be in the spotlight at the Winter Antiques Show (WAS), the go-to trove for curators, collectors, scholars, and designers.

Looking to the future to preserve our city’s built history

Scouting Report

Discover the beauty of an organized jewelry box

Style File

Today’s knitting supplies—and finished products—give the old-school craft a vibrant new rep

Arts Profile

Wendy Allen casts her talents into the Japanese art of gyotaku

The Review
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Local chocolatiers introduce a better-for-you candy bar

Quick Bite

Admit it, workaday suppers are often eat-and-run occasions. But you can make staple dishes—from chili to chicken—linger-worthy with these interesting, affordable wines that can all be grabbed from most grocery store shelves

Quick Bite

Get fired up over the spicy world of chili peppers with Red Drum’s Ben Berryhill

Quick Bite

Gin Joint co-owner Joe Raya shares a sip of mixology’s good old days

The Charleston Home

The Peters make a storied home on Meeting Street’s “Mansion Row” their own

Lowcountry Ramblings

Channeling the past at Old Santee Canal Park

Southern View

A guide to rationalizing New Year’s resolutions

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