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  • “They say we’re a dying breed,” says fourth-generation shrimper Franklin Rector. “That’s nowhere near true. Every year there’s a new boat on the creek. What’... Read More
  • Meet Indaco's new executive chef
  • Tina Hirsig creates space for her own artistic practice despite a hectic schedule as wife, mom, and teacher
  • Right now, tassels are bringing color, texture, and movement to everything from dresses to sandals to handbags, but we’re especially obsessed with all the earrings we’re finding around... Read More
  • With help from designer Cortney Bishop, a pair of Chicago transplants bring low-maintenance sophistication to a South of Broad townhome
  • 513 King St. (843) 641-0821
  • Edendriver, created by late boat designer Seph Limehouse, makes its debut
  • Projekt CHARME fosters connections between Charleston and the German town of Haldensleben
  • Get Mercantile and Mash’s tangy twist on the Arnold Palmer from coffee manager Michael Mai—and keep reading for two boozy versions
  • Kayaks, SUPs, pleasure boats, fishing and touring charters, and commercial fishing boats share the busy channel
  • John Zucker shares three fruit-forward dishes
  • Through its hands-on approach to media arts education, Yo Art! is molding local students into budding fashion designers, photographers, and tech magnates 
  • Trendy tie-on accents and intricate embellishments take center stage against a monochromatic nude backdrop in the David Koma look we sought to emulate
  • A call for entries for our third annual photo contest, themed “Only in Charleston,” netted more than 600 submissions. Check out our top picks, including the winners in the amateur and... Read More
  • Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston
  • Discover a cool, locally designed line of cotton clothing
  • The Travelin’ Kine releases its debut album
  • BevCon Charleston unites wine, beer, and cocktail industry leaders for a new festival in the Holy City
  • Shem Creek’s natural tidal flow and marshlands have long provided a habitat for an array of marine plants, fish, shellfish, birds, and mammals. Only in recent decades has the relationship... Read More