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The Charleston Profile

  • In 1936, modern masterpieces from the collection of Solomon and Irene Guggenheim debuted at the Gibbes
  • The latest news in fashion and shopping around Charleston
  • For sweet, cool-weather fruit, plant persimmon trees
  • Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston
  • A grassroots group builds community and inspires a love for nature in all ages
  • Reptile leather, along with its faux kinfolk, is bringing exotic, eye-catching texture to all manner of accessories this season 
  • Web developer Rich Yessian’s home in the sky makes for a rare modern addition to downtown’s historic landscape
  • Dedicated members of a church youth group create a thriving community hub, the Romney Urban Garden 
  • What’s happening this month?
  • Butcher & Bee’s Chelsey Conrad creates three dishes with pecans
  • Andra Watkins’s latest novel fuses historical fiction with time travel for a riveting story
  • A divine chinoiserie gown graced Gucci’s fall/winter catwalk; we brought the look down to earth in the form of a glam pantsuit, using accessories to pick up pops of color from the floral fabric...
  • This Thanksgiving, take a cue from five chefs’ flavorful sides—heavy on the veg—and serve some soon-to-be new traditions for your family’s feast
  • Few foods smell as good as an oven-roasted turkey on the final Thursday in November. Yet some Thanksgiving Day traditions are made to be broken. This year, why not fire up a charcoal grill for a... Read More
  • Chef Craig Deihl serves up a feast at his family’s rustic island retreat, cooking most every dish over fire
  • In 1705, Englishman James Child established a ferry service on his property named Strawberry Bluff
  • Catching up with Edith Howle, curator of TEDxCharleston, in advance of the October 19 event
  • The latest news in fashion and shopping around Charleston
  • Meet a co-owner of James Island’s Tradesman Brewing Company
  • Among the largest of the 14 species of bats indigenous to South Carolina, these creatures of the night regularly set up residence in human houses and outbuildings (but may also sleep away the days... Read More