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Middleton Place

March 2017
What’s happening this month?

September 2016
This fall, what’s old is new again. Spot trends that nod to the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s making appearances in contemporary...

September 2016
Rarely viewed and never-before-seen works by Alice Ravenel Huger Smith, aka “Cousin Alice,” will be reunited at...

May 2016
Artist Jonathan Green brings a colorful dose of African cultural authenticity to the Spoleto stage

May 2015
Micah Garrison of Palmetto Mushrooms joins a growing number of state-certified mushroom foragers

February 2015
In February, this cold-hardy evergreen shrub or tree fills gardens of the Lowcountry with a welcome blaze of color,...

November 2014
How to get that gift list checked off as quickly (yet thoughtfully) as possible? Pencil a few of these festive events...

October 2014
Canicross comes to Charleston

June 2014
One longtime wave-rider’s search for wilderness surf experiences along the uninhabited shoals, sandbars, and islands...

June 2014
Folks from the world over become U.S. citizens this month at Middleton Place

October 2013
Sharon Cooper-Murray preserves the disappearing language and folk art of the Gullah Geechee culture 

November 2012

May 2012
Laissez le bon temps rouler with bayou-inspired zydeco sound at the festival finale

February 2012
A revered family, a renowned plantation, and a reclaimed legacy are the ties that bind at the Middleton family reunion

August 2011
Chef Micah Garrison shares bygone flavors made from heirloom produce

January 2011
This month at New York’s Park Avenue Armory, 70 pieces of Charleston’s past—from centuries-old furniture, paintings,...

August 2010
Living in Charleston, we often take history for granted—as if every city has cobblestone streets and a park where...

May 2010
Caterer Caroline Bevon opens the lid on festival-inspired picnic fare

April 2010
Remembrances from a year spent gathering and arranging the floral bounty of Lowcountry gardens—adapted from Southern...

February 2010
As the nation’s first archaeologist, Lowcountry native John Izard Middleton made history even as he was recording it

December 2009
Get a taste of Charleston’s tea-growing tradition

October 2009
Seasoned riders and those new to the sport trot over to these stables and trails

April 2009
Priceless antique prints showcase a sampling of the flora that put our city on the botanical map—specimens that still...

November 2008
Feasting off the land at a legendary Lowcountry boar hunt