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  • March 2013

    The winner of the HGTV Dream Home is announced this month

  • February 2013

    Of all the superlative labels attached to Charleston—“most polite city,” “best place to live,” “top spot to visit”—the least talked about may be the only one that really matters: “most homeless.” A study conducted for the Conference of Mayors revealed that between 2010 and 2011, of 29 U.S. cities surveyed, Charleston had the greatest percentage increase of families experiencing homelessness—150 percent. The following school year (2011-2012), Charleston County School District documented 700 homeless children in its classrooms. Here, we move beyond the statistics by meeting two local families whose road to the American Dream took an unexpected detour through homelessness.

  • February 2013

    Looking for love? Don’t follow the herd

  • February 2013

    A locally based film production company has crews working around the nation

  • January 2013

    International corporation Speedwell Weather forecasts for smart business

  • January 2013

    Charleston’s economic future hangs on more than dredging silt. Let’s talk silicon, software, and more cowbell

  • January 2013

    Things Every Local Must Experience Whether your bloodline dates back generations or you just moved to town, check out and check off these Holy City must-dos

  • November 2012

    Two basketball tournaments weave missions of doing good into the on-court competition

  • November 2012

    YALLFest engages young adult readers on November 10

  • October 2012

    Four years after her retirement from the U.S. Air Force, award-winning combat photographer Stacy L. Pearsall recounts her experiences during three tours of duty on the battlefields of Iraq and missions around the world in Shooter: Combat from Behind the Camera, a collection of compelling wartime images and essays due out this month. Meet the retired staff sergeant as she shares moments both harrowing and hopeful and discusses finding her artistic vision against the backdrop of war

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