You are here

Home
...

PEOPLE


  • This month, YA fiction writer Ryan Graudin appears at YALLFest days after releasing a buzzed-about new book 
  • As he heads down the homestretch, Mayor Riley seems to be gaining steam. He may need it
  • Colour of Music festival founder Lee Pringle works to awaken the nation to black classical music
  • On the water (and in the air) with Chucktown’s own pro kiteboarder, Davey Blair
  • Meet Cherie Blackburn, the 52-year-old attorney scaling crags around the country
  • From “grown-to-sewn” to big vats of moody blues, Donna Hardy is dyeing to reclaim history
  • Checking in with Park Circle Film Society cofounder Nicholai Burton before this month’s Lowcountry Shorts Festival
  • When professor Marc Regnier isn’t training the next generation of classical guitarists, he’s recording with the greats 
  • Karl Beckwith Smith creates murals on canvas for homes and businesses all over town
  • WINGS for Kids CEO Bridget Laird is taking the locally based nonprofit—which focuses on developing social and emotional intelligence in underserved children—to new heights
  • Marine scientist Dr. Peter Kingsley-Smith talks artificial oyster reefs, invasive shrimp, and miraculous crabs
  • PURE Theatre’s Sharon Graci preps for another season of pushing the envelope
  • Bette Mueller-Roemer puts decades of ceramics study to work in her vibrant raku pottery
  • Andy McCarthy, ruler of King of Pops’ Charleston empire, fills us in on his cool job
  • Top concierge Kevin McQuade makes it his mission to show visitors the essence of Charleston
  • Talking hip-hop with dancer, instructor, and choreographer Naquan Villega
  • Nationally lauded poet Richard Garcia celebrates his new book’s debut at Piccolo Spoleto
  • Tiffany Reed Silverman leads an artistic renaissance as director of The Citadel’s fledging fine arts program
  • Renowned Charleston milliner Leigh Magar follows South Carolina’s textile history to Columbia’s Olympia Mill Village and finds inspiration for her new line of hand-dyed and -sewn dresses
  • Catch up with guitarist Lee Barbour, who creates surf jazz, gypsy swing, and more