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  • So Charleston

    This forbidding-looking structure at 21 Magazine Street holds a darker, more haunting side of Charleston history. Surrounded by a high brick wall, with windows grated with double rows of bars, the Charleston District Jail first opened in 1802 and remained operational until 1939.

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    Help Itinerant Literate Books hit the road

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    SkyView Aerial Solutions puts drone technology to good use

  • Community

    A celebration of the local arts scene takes a final bow

  • So Charleston
    40 List

    We’ve rounded up 40 photos showcasing hidden and not-so hidden gems—from the peninsula to the islands and points in between—and are sending you on a scavenger hunt of sorts. Can you identify these local places?

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    Finicky Filly’s Brown Box Club

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    High-end (and high up) homes from New York to L.A. are on JGeiger’s client list

  • Local Seen

    Scottish heavy athletic gamer Shane Sutherland gears up for September’s annual event at Boone Hall

  • So Charleston
  • So Charleston
    40 List

    How do you define “luxury”? Perhaps it’s an occasional indulgence, or a unique experience, or even something exceptionally comforting.

  • So Charleston

    Read the very first issue of Charleston

  • So Charleston
  • So Charleston

    Travel back to the Summer of 1975 as six local writers reflect on what life was like from Charleston to East Cooper to James and Kiawah islands in the mid-1970s

  • So Charleston
    40 List

    To commemorate Charleston’s 40th anniversary, we honor 40 influential people and groups whose vision, passion, focus, and faith from 1975 to the present have reshaped the city we love

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    The future is bright for solar power

  • Biz - Sci - Tech

    A local company helps keep the wooden boat tradition afloat

  • Community

    Tranquil beauty reigns in local David Rawle’s labor of love, the new Theodora Park in Ansonborough

  • So Charleston

    Few would argue that the bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) is among the most charming members of the Lowcountry animal kingdom, what with its graceful moves, perma-smile, and playful personality.

  • Southern View

    Our contributing editor gets déjà vu when trying to wade through the June tragedy at Mother Emanuel AME

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