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October 2010

Eat + Drink

As Sean Brock opens his second Charleston restaurant, Husk, the James Beard Award-winning chef’s commitment to restoring heirloom ingredients to the Southern table comes full circle—from lessons learned at his grandmother’s elbows to his passions for husbandry and horticulture


Autumn just may be Charleston’s finest season, when temps start to cool and skies are bright and clear—the perfect time for Lowcountry excursions. So get out and enjoy the days!

The Review

The local NOAA marine forensics lab helps bust seafood bad guys around the globe


Author Greg Mortenson offers a sip of international fellowship

Arts Profile

Metamorphosis: Like a Boy Scout-turned-mad scientist, Ben Timpson transforms natural and found objects into enlightened works of art

Quick Bite

Meet the man behind the java that keeps Lowcountry eateries abuzz

Quick Bite

Find Caribbean-style comfort with Surf Bar’s Painkiller

Quick Bite

When it comes to alfresco dining excursions, screw-top wines are the way to go. And with respected makers embracing the easy-open caps for their ability to preserve flavor, you’ve got plenty of quality options to choose from. Try sipping one of these on your next outing

Quick Bite

Discover 3.14 Pies’ Cran-Peary Crumble, plus tips on crafting a delicious crust

Lowcountry Ramblings

Treat yourself to tricks at the St. Paul’s Academy Halloween Extravaganza

Style File

Lasso a pair of cowboy boots and kick your fall fashion up a notch

The Charleston Profile

This avid cyclist and enthusiastic businessman gets in gear with good friends and family, simple indulgences, and a spunky sidekick