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  • February 2012

    The CharlestonWise initiative makes saving energy simple

  • February 2012

    With this month's Go Red! 5K, Stephanie Carter spreads awareness about heart disease - and honors her mom

  • January 2012

    A dig along the Ashley River reveals one of our state’s earliest known English settlements

  • January 2012

    Preservation, economic growth, livability, regulation, redevelopment, pollution—age-old issues for Charleston are once again rocking the boat as the debate over the local cruise industry and its impacts continues. And you thought cruising was supposed to be carefree...

  • December 2011

    Dash into the New Year with a Sullivan’s Island splash benefitting the Special Olympics

  • October 2011

    Ever since the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge opened in 2005 with bicycle and pedestrian lanes, the heavy use of the gateway span has been an eye-opener. On any given day, hundreds of people can be seen on foot or bike, making their way between Mount Pleasant and the peninsula. This daily human-powered display—highly visible to the cars driving past—is practically a banner proclaiming our city is a place where getting around car-free is possible. But once people pedal past that protected, 2.7-mile stretch, how bike-friendly really is Charleston?

  • October 2011

    CofC’s Natural History Museum resurrects prehistoric creatures

  • September 2011

    Local insurance biz Johnson & Johnson channels its commitment to giving into Trident United Way’s (TUW) Day of Caring

  • September 2011

    Bricks made at area plantations helped provide the wealth of architecture for which the city is renowned today

  • September 2011

    This month, peace-centered celebrations abound in the Holy City

  • August 2011

    Charleston Civic Design Center (CCDC) director
    Michael Maher envisions a Holy City that’s fit for the future

  • July 2011

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

  • May 2011

    The 2011 Charleston Bermuda Race takes on a different tone with Stephen Colbert at the helm

  • May 2011

    Charlestonians run to help domestic abuse victims and pets while honoring a slain daughter

  • May 2011

    An arts co-op—and garden— springs up downtown

  • April 2011

    Secession, slavery, states’ rights. Flag controversies, reenactments, monuments. The Civil War conjures ghosts and shadows. Hunleys and heroes, and conflict still here, where the first shots were fired 150 years ago. To mark the sesquicentennial, we asked noted historians, authors, and educators to offer their personal reflections on what the anniversary means to them, and to our community

  • April 2011

    Local horticulturists and volunteers gear up to save a national treasure

  • April 2011

    Bandied about for decades, a statue of controversial politico John C. Calhoun returned home 80 years ago

  • March 2011

    FIRST employs innovative thinking to maximize local students’ left-brain potential

  • March 2011

    Cooper River Bridge Run leads in eco-aware race innovations

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