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  • PURE Theatre’s Sharon Graci preps for another season of pushing the envelope
  • 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
  • Andy McCarthy, ruler of King of Pops’ Charleston empire, fills us in on his cool job
  • Bette Mueller-Roemer puts decades of ceramics study to work in her vibrant raku pottery
  • 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
  • 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
  • Tiffany Reed Silverman leads an artistic renaissance as director of The Citadel’s fledging fine arts program
  • Catch up with guitarist Lee Barbour, who creates surf jazz, gypsy swing, and more
  • Jacob Lindsey brings equal parts chutzpah and worldly know-how to Charleston’s Civic Design Center
  • Toy inventor Dr. David Wyman takes entrepreneurship seriously    
  • Janine McCabe conjures theatrical characters through costume design 
  • Meet Dana Stevens, the L.A. writer and producer who set sultry new legal drama Reckless here in Charleston. 
  • Natural-world inspiration is at the heart of all Becca Barnet’s creations—from taxidermy to site-specific installations.
  • Justina Lasley has devoted 20-plus years to helping people seek out the answers they’re sleeping through
  • Last December, a group of F&B pros gathered at The Grocery downtown—some returning home from as far off as Sonoma and points in between—to pay tribute to chef Frank Lee, a culinary... Read More
  • Sharing a laugh with comedian Dusty Slay before this month’s Charleston Comedy Festival     
  • Brandy Culp makes collections from Charleston’s past her present tense
  • Twelve years ago, local physician Dr. Ann Kulze left her busy Mount Pleasant family practice, dedicating her life’s work to educating the public at large on healthy eating habits and lifestyles... Read More