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  • December 2012

    The Jubilee Project kicks off with a New Year’s Emancipation celebration

  • November 2012

    Tracing the Charleston Symphony Orchestra back to its early 20th-century roots

  • October 2012

    Gertrude Legendre blazed her own trail as a big-game hunter and preservation-minded Lowcountry socialite

  • September 2012

    From dancing children to local notables, sculptor Willard Hirsch helped shape the city

  • August 2012

    Replicating Holy City style was all the rage in the '30s and '40s

  • July 2012

    The trailblazing Dart family turned the page on education and literacy for local Afican-Americans

  • April 2012

    How one woman’s final act of generosity transformed her family’s beloved farm into a future county park

  • March 2012

    Sprouts & Krauts’ quick and healthy fare drew loyal fans to Marion Square Mall

  • February 2012

    A revered family, a renowned plantation, and a reclaimed legacy are the ties that bind at the Middleton family reunion

  • January 2012

    Before bridges criss-crossed the Lowcountry, boats transported residents from town to beach and countryside

  • February 2010

    Read the romantic sagas of three legendary local couples— the Dawsons, the Heywards, and the Warings— whose shared passions helped rewrite the course of history

  • February 2010

    As the nation’s first archaeologist, Lowcountry native John Izard Middleton made history even as he was recording it

  • November 2009

    As the American colonies rebelled against England, a father and son found themselves battling for personal emancipation

  • September 2009

    Natural Defense
    The Coastal Conservation League celebrates its first 20 years

  • July 2009

    In the wake of a drowning economy, hopeful eyes turned to the skies as Pan American Airways’ transatlantic seaplane service set course for Charleston during the 1930s

  • June 2009

    Steamship lines lured Yankees to the South using sunny ads decorated with palmettos and oranges

  • May 2009

    From the start of Spoleto in 1977, Charlestonians have opened their homes, and hearts, to the festival

  • November 2008

    In South Carolina during the Revolutionary War, a humble plantation owner and courageous patriot named Francis Marion became the father of guerrilla warfare.

  • September 2008


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