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A little traffic can’t stop the James Island Cowboys from saddling up


The svelte, long-legged bird known as Meleagris gallopavo is quite a different beast than the fat and juicy...


Haven’t tackled your holiday shopping yet? We’ve got you covered with gift ideas galore, more than 170 of 'em—...


For a spring show, plant flowering bulbs this month


A circa-1915 American foursquare in Hampton Park Terrace gets a new lease on life, plus perhaps another century or...


Chef-instructor David Vagasky and his husband, Compost in My Shoe’s Jim Martin, serve up homemade shrimp ravioli,...





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Charleston’s oldest family-owned jewelry store, Croghan’s Jewel Box specializes in estate jewelry and silver as well as cutting-edge designs.

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November 2017 STYLE AND SHOPPING

The latest news in fashion and shopping around Charleston


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November 2017 LOCALS ONLY

Charitable accomplishments Charleston can be thankful for this season


November 2017 PEOPLE

Meet a pair of philanthropists making a big impact in their adopted home city


November 2017 EAT & DRINK

From slinging bánh mìs from a food-truck window to serving up Vietnamese dishes in Workshop, the Pink Bellies owner...


November 2017 EAT & DRINK

Smooth, subtle in flavor, and healthy to boot, tahini is enhancing eats around town


November 2017 PEOPLE

With an eye toward the future as much as the past, Historic Charleston Foundation’s outgoing CEO, Katharine “Kitty”...


November 2017 LOCALS ONLY

It was anchors aweigh on November 18, 1936, as President Franklin D. Roosevelt waved good-bye to the crowd gathered...


November 2017 STYLE AND SHOPPING

Sinuous forms are making waves in the design world—and designer Jennifer R. Mendelsohn is taking note. 


October 2017 LOCALS ONLY

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October 2017 STYLE AND SHOPPING

Fun and colorful finds for the new season


October 2017 STYLE AND SHOPPING

Loewe’s fall looks had us craving vibrant plaids, textured knits, and knee-high boots—pronto! A surprisingly...


October 2017 EAT & DRINK

Meet the two dudes behind Lowcountry Kettle Potato Chips, a Charleston riff on America’s favorite snack food


October 2017 STYLE AND SHOPPING

This season’s purses are super-sized


October 2017 STYLE AND SHOPPING

The founder of J. Stark paused from crafting leather accessories and running his retail space at 208 Coming Street...


October 2017 EAT & DRINK

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October 2017 LOCALS ONLY

Looking back—a year later—at how Hurricane Matthew impacted the Charleston area


October 2017 EAT & DRINK

Brooks Reitz of Leon’s Oyster Shop and Little Jack’s Tavern serves a savory supper of bison steaks, roasted carrots...


October 2017 ARTS & EVENTS

Free Verse Festival hails poetry all month long


October 2017 EAT & DRINK

Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston


October 2017 PEOPLE

A swanky coffee-table book celebrates Charleston through profiles of 50 fascinating residents


October 2017 EAT & DRINK

Did someone say pizza? Please your cheese (and topping) needs this fall with a wood-fired slice at one of the area’s...


October 2017 EAT & DRINK

After years of working together at a bakery in Washington, D.C., two friends ventured south to open their own spot,...


October 2017 EAT & DRINK

As cooler autumn temps arrive, savor a hearty mix of Carolina Gold rice, bacon, and seasonings cooked to a crisp in...


October 2017 LOCALS ONLY

A two-wheeled, well-hydrated roll through fall’s crisp splendor, or—in other words—leaf-peeping turns into leaf-...


October 2017 EAT & DRINK

Dream of hosting a spooky to-do that runs as smooth as spider’s silk? Join us in the heart of the Old Village, where...


October 2017 LOCALS ONLY

Charleston GardenWorks is the go-to firm for alfresco antiques