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  • Community

    The Footlight Players award the first Anthony Aston Honors this month

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  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    Bidr helps fundraisers raise more funds

  • Local Seen

    With four-month-old contemporary art gallery The Southern, Erin and Justin Nathanson are pioneering new territory in the Holy City art scene

     

  • Southern View

    A novelist from off (but not too far off) visits the Holy City to soak in its character and creative culture

  • Local Seen

    As he preps for his 16th Charleston Race Week, Dr. Ken King talks to us about the city’s booming sailing scene, his devotion to the sea, and what the heck “starboard” means

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    The Holy City still uses the 17th-century term “piazza”—which comes from the Italian word meaning “open space”—instead of the more common “porch” or “veranda.” 

  • History

    A brief history of Hampton Park’s Sunken Gardens

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    A local startup is hitting it big with vibrant vessels serving people and pooches alike.

  • Community

    Building Skills Now trains valuable new workers.

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    Artisan Tees moves to bigger digs

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    Charleston-based Maya Chia is making a splash in the skin-care industry.

  • So Charleston

    Native to rivers, inlets, and bays, the osprey (Pandion haliaetus) is one of the Lowcountry’s most admired and recognizable raptors. It also happens to be the only hawk in North America whose diet is almost entirely made up of live fish.

  • Local Seen

    Adam Gorlitsky hopes to become the first paralyzed man to walk the Cooper River Bridge Run on April 2; but that’s just his first step.

  • History

    An enthralling new novel brings the history of a Charleston landmark to life

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    A Holy City ode written for two friends on their wedding day — written by  Anna Claire Hodge ///  artwork by Jill Hooper

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    Feeling the pull of a childhood spent on the water and the knowledge that this is where you belong 

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    Maga Design helps military and corporate clients visualize complex info

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    Towering over 65 feet high, this majestic Southern live oak (Quercus virginiana) is said to be the oldest living thing east of the Mississippi River, having survived for some 400 or 500 years, though some claim it’s existed for as many as 1,500.

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