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    In February, this cold-hardy evergreen shrub or tree fills gardens of the Lowcountry with a welcome blaze of color, flowering in an explosion of pinks, reds, and whites. While some 250 species of camellia exist, two of those that locals know best are C.

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    Traditional Charleston Battery Benches are still crafted on King Street

  • Southern View

    The prospect of “change” at her beloved Hampton Park has this writer contemplating the passage of time in the historical neighborhood

  • Local Seen

    Veterinarian Brian King heals creatures from all walks of life

  • So Charleston

    40 Ideas to Better Yourself—and Your City—in 2015

  • So Charleston

    It may be a simple dish of rice and peas, but no right-minded Charleston resident goes through January 1st without a plate of hoppin’ John on the table, as it’s said to bring good luck.

  • Local Seen

    Whitney Powers crowd-sources ideas with website If You Were Mayor

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    The business waking up Summerville

     

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    MOONDOG Animation Studio has a feature film in the works

  • Community

    King Street’s ”Sky Residence”

  • Southern View

    For funerals in the South, in lieu of flowers, bring food

  • So Charleston

    We all know the beloved Christmas trimming that goes by the name of ”poinsettia,” but plenty of locals have no idea it was named for a Charlestonian. Botanist, physician, and politician Joel Roberts Poinsett discovered the shrub while serving as the first U.S.

  • Biz - Sci - Tech
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    The MicroCool apron keeps cooks safe from burns

  • Biz - Sci - Tech
    biz~sci~tech

    The owners of Mount Pleasant’s The Coastal Cupboard introduce their own innovative style of cutting board

  • Local Seen

    In fields just south of Charleston, Dr. Brian Ward is resurrecting the Carolina African runner peanut

  • Community

    Charleston editors and contributors share their picks for recent, locally tied releases

  • Southern View

    As his sharpshooting in-laws look on, a local cook/curator/designer embarks on his first deer hunt and finds a new connection to the cycles of life

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