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July 2011


It’s July. Summer has set in, and the novelty of no school and long days has worn off. So what’s a family to do? Plenty! Get out and make the most of this time together with these fun-for-all boating, fishing, and beaching adventures


Meet three extraordinary young people whose contributions to the arts, business, and the community have them on their way to achievements much bigger than their pint-sized selves


“Pflummsters” flock to Merrie Koester Southgate’s science-based novels for kids

Local Music

The genre-blending Elvis Costello brings his still-rolling rock show to the Performing Arts Center

The Charleston Profile

When she’s not blowing glass for her jewelry designs, this mother of two finds beauty in Doris Day, chats with her children, and a good night’s sleep

Style File

Every family needs a toss-it-all-in tote—find one to fit your brood’s style

Style File

This season’s swimsuits—mini in size, big in personality

Quick Bite

Carrie Morey of Callie’s Biscuits passes down a love for cooking to her three foodies-in-training

The Review

Retreat into the cool, green comfort of Eurasia Café and Wine Bar for a delicious experience in New American cuisine and beyond.

Quick Bite

Limehouse Produce has been putting food on local tables for more than 70 years

Quick Bite

Michelle Weaver shares cool tricks for using the garden’s most refreshing herb

Eat + Drink

Baby have you missing out on margarita season? Fake it till you make it with a delicious Taco Boy “mocktail”

The Charleston Home

A lively James Island clan face-lifts their traditional two-story digs with creativity and color

Southern View

One working mom’s adventures as a kiddie concierge

Love It!

Accessorize your summer with these hot items

Lowcountry Ramblings

Finding new places—and new friends—at James Island County Park