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  • Karen Weihs turns Carolina landscapes into vibrant abstracts
  • The Royal Tinfoil treats listeners to a wild melding of Americana, gypsy, punk, and blues
  • William McCullough seeks to paint true images of his homeland
  • An indie flick with all-local roots begins filming in Charleston
  • Joel T. Hamilton forges a singular path to success
  • Oil painter Charles Williams shares the story behind his latest series
  • Garage Cuban Band keeps crowds grooving
  • Bill Long sculpts salvaged Lowcountry wood into organic modern furnishings
  • Girls get amped at the Lowcountry’s second annual rock camp
  • The new Literary Charleston & the Lowcountry delivers works from 40 local and internationally renowned writers
  • Shannon Runquist celebrates the small moments in nostalgic vignettes
  • “Orchestra Uncaged” pairs works by two of the past century’s most radical composers
  • Teil Duncan’s painting career is off to a luminous start
  • Ryan Bonner's American rock goes a bit British
  • Michael Grofsorean has spent three decades curating Spoleto's boundary-breaking jazz series.
  • Photographer John Michiels seeks beauty in the Lowcountry
  • Two locals make it their biz to teach domestic arts
  • Three arts groups collaborate for Ebb & Flow at Piccolo’s Dance Festival
  • Mary Whyte’s portrait of former crabber and oysterman Algernon Varn graced the cover of our February 2011 issue. That feature introduced “Working South,” the renowned watercolorist... Read More