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February 2014

Brief overview of this month's issue.
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The Charleston Profile

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 master and mentor, a friend and philosopher who has helped shape a generation of cooks

History

What's in store for Charleston's International African American Museum

Local Music

Power-pop group A Fragile Tomorrow shows its strength at a February concert

Local Seen

Justina Lasley has devoted 20-plus years to helping people seek out the answers they’re sleeping through

Biz - Sci - Tech

Blind Hog Designs debuts with cool tools for “fun, food, and fellowship.” 

Biz - Sci - Tech

Cuddly kids' toys teach about giving back

So Charleston

Heard the term “freedman’s cottage” used to refer to a one-room-wide, single-story home on the peninsula?

The Charleston Home

LaNelle and Robert Barber rebuild on Bowen’s Island

 

Arts Profile

Natural-world inspiration is at the heart of all Becca Barnet’s creations—from taxidermy to site-specific installations.

So Charleston

Locals practice a rare, centures-old art

 

Giving Back

With a new name and expanded geographic reach, East Cooper Land Trust conserves open spaces for everyone.

Scouting Report
Runway to Reality

Milly’s catwalk showed a sophisticated way to rock one of the season’s hottest textiles: in a monochromatic mingling of textures, with a metallic bag for contrasting pop

Style File

Experts weigh in on the trend

 

Market Report

For a look that surprises, designer Michael Mitchell is in love with pairing bold finishes with contrasting details—all in natural patterns and textures. He shares some favorite examples from the Spring 2014 High Point Market

Gardening 101

Plant this magnolia hybrid for an elegant harbinger of spring.

The Review
Quick Bite

Whether you’re looking for a more intimate setting for your special Valentine’s Day dinner or just trying to avoid the crowds, preparing a romantic meal for two at home might be easier than you think.

Quick Bite

Celebrate Valentine’s by making your own version of the holiday’s signature treat.                                        &n

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