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Local Seen

  • Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston
  • The Footlight Players award the first Anthony Aston Honors this month
  • Meet the artist behind Romney Urban Garden’s mosaic mural and get her tips for bringing the art form to your own green spaces
  • Pickled, fried, tossed—enjoy green beans three ways this season
  • Listened to a Spoleto Festival USA concert in the last two decades? It’s likely that John Kennedy had a hand in its inception
  • The recipe for Minero’s famous dip
  • Conor Donohue’s songwriting shines in new release Cayenne
  • A novelist from off (but not too far off) visits the Holy City to soak in its character and creative culture
  • Plein-air painter West Fraser’s new book captures the love of his Lowcountry homeland and its magnificent light
  • Bidr helps fundraisers raise more funds
  • Zimmerman went ultra-feminine this spring, translating old-fashioned accents for today’s modern woman. Our version emulates the soft palette, ruffles, and lace
  • Expert advice on food styling to use at your next summertime soiree
  • Step into summer with these home and fashion must-have
  • Ninety years after the untimely death of Edmund Thornton Jenkins, Spoleto Festival USA premieres his unfinished operetta, Afram ou La Belle Swita. Learn more about the son of the world-renowned... Read More
  • The owners of High Wire Distilling Co. imbue a 19th-century single house with soulful folk art  
  • 188 East Bay St. (843) 577-5665
  • From May to midsummer, Holy City gardens are bathed in the sweet scent of blooming gardenias. And yet those less versed in local history may not know that these evergreen shrubs are named for 18th-... Read More
  • Last fall, the former Garden & Gun style editor—who now writes about architecture, interiors, and design for the likes of The Wall Street Journal and House Beautiful—founded Seeline... Read More