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Charleston Community Sailing’s director keeps the program afloat

Largely off the public radar, HIV/AIDS is alive and well and spreading—especially in the South. Get reacquainted with the Lowcountry’s equal opportunity disease

Charleston commemorates 35 years of reporting on the parade that is life in this special, history-making town. Sure, it’s been a long—and sometimes strange—trip. But we can’t imagine a better place to live, work, and play. Here’s a snapshot of some of the highs and lows from 1975 to the present.

To commemorate Charleston magazine’s 35th anniversary, we honor 35 visionary, passionate, progressive, focused, effective people from all realms of influence who have helped shape the city we love since 1975.

North Charleston enters the world of marathon running—and eating

Carolina Coast Surf Club reunites for wave riding and more

Local students play with food for a cool art project benefitting Louie’s Kids and Slow Food Charleston

In a hidden center on North Charleston’s Navy Yard, a diminutive vessel harbors big history

Ten icons of life in the Lowcountry during the past 35 years

Tennis aces raise a racket for the $700,000 purse at the 38th annual Family Circle Cup

Pour It Now gets big air on a peninsula skate park with funding from Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission

We canvassed the city for unique and interesting art classes to engage your right brain

One downtown resident gets in gear as she discovers the joy of urban pedaling

The love and loss of two-wheeling in Charleston

Seventy-five years ago, DuBose Heyward and the Gershwin brothers took a chance on Broadway with Porgy and Bess

The South Carolina Aquarium celebrates 10 years of aquatic adventures

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

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