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  • Janine McCabe conjures theatrical characters through costume design 

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  • The Deans debut a primer on etiquette and entertaining

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  • Parlors morph into playrooms and vintage treasure find new purpose in the Lail family's urban digs.

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  • Two chief execs in the global fashion industry chose Charleston as their home. Too young to retire, they are pursuing new projects and lending their experience and expertise to aspiring entrepreneurs

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  • Painterly florals, elegant pastels, and delicate textures bring understated romance to the season

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  • Dig into this month's Carolina Yard Gardening School

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  • Art Institute of Charleston (Ai) fashion program faculty who bring real-world experience to the table for their students

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  • Think spring with these must-have items

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  • Burbage's legacy continues thanks to George and Lisa Bowen

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  • Each spring, azalea blooms turn the Lowcountry landscape into a kaleidoscope of pink, red, purple, magenta, and white. Called the “Royalty of the Garden” by horticulturists, this member of the Rhododendron genus is a favorite around the globe for its vivid colors, profusion of flowers, and adaptability to a wide range of soils—but did you know the Lowcountry has played a notable role in its popularization?

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