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  • So Charleston

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

  • So Charleston

    Locals practice a rare, centures-old art

     

  • History

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

  • Local Seen

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

  • Community

    Shape up with Aerial Fit’s high-flying apparatus

     

  • So Charleston

    Charleston abounds with images of the pineapple—in art, architecture, even notepaper and handmade jewelry. While the city isn’t responsible for making the tropical fruit a symbol of hospitality, its mannerly residents certainly embraced the custom early on and carry it forward today.

  • Local Seen

    Brandy Culp makes collections from Charleston’s past her present tense

  • So Charleston

    Celebrating the lives of six remarkable Charleston citizens who left us this year after helping to shape the city we love

  • So Charleston

    Grits, more commonly called “hominy grits” by Charlestonians, are as much a part of the Lowcountry diet as the shrimp placed atop them (an 1894 News & Courier article stated, “hardly a family in the city does not have this dainty little crustacean served for breakfast”

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