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October 2009

Outdoors

Our lowcountry guide to exploring the great outdoors

Travel

Ramble along with Melissa C. Smith as she drinks in the sights, sounds, aromas, and tastes of the distilleries along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Arts Profile

Painter Honor Marks praises the earth with intricate nature studies

The Halsey Institute opens its new designed-for-the-future facility

Local Music

Haunting blues and boozy rockabilly from Megan Jean & the KFB

Making strides to help women prevent and survive breast cancer

Chef's Table

McCrady’s chef Sean Brock welcomes friends to a down-home dinner at Thornhill Farm

The Review
Quick Bite

When it comes to boxed wines, don’t expect rich, first-growth flavor—that’s not what they’re made for. Instead, think convenience, portability, and a smaller environmental footprint. Try packing these varieties on your next outdoor adventure

Quick Bite

A pair of college buddies tap Charleston into the craft beer biz

Quick Bite

Make the most of in-season produce with a quick tip from Chris Stewart

Quick Bite

Practical and delicious, oyster-stuffed quail has graced local tables for generations

The Charleston Home

Tippy Stern Brickman marries a stunning island setting with organic artwork

The Charleston Profile

Style, art, and entrepreneurship keep the founder of Charleston Cycle Chic’s wheels spinning

Lowcountry Ramblings

Point your car towards the Highway 21 Drive In to watch new flicks in an old-school setting

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