The graphic communications major realized that being a fashion designer could be a viable career once she graduated...
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Local Author Signe Pike resureects Languoreth in her Lost Queen trilogy
Estelle Colored Glass is inspired by entrepreneur Stephanie Hall's grandmother
See artist Antwon Ford's “Grass in Motion” sculptures this month at the Gibbes
Tag along aboard a trawler with Captain Bubba Rector and crew
Coveted Shrimp Recipes from Six Local Eateries
Thomas George wants to remove the intimidation factor of wine
JKF had a fling with a suspected spy there
This art-filled Kiawah ode to symmetry and serenity was years in the making, and the making was half the fun
Topiary can add evergreen color and architectural form to gardens of all sizes and styles
Get a peek into the coming season with a Charleston-based lifestyle photographer and his family
Plus, she shares her favorite newly discovered spots
A roundup of summer recipes featuring the sultry season’s bounty of figs, peaches, and watermelon
For the past quarter-century, the Halsey director and chief curator has taken chances, championing the odd and...
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First year students are glad the ritual is gone
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Tour the space and get her decor tips
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Find a stylish mask and support local businesses
The artist and musician on what fuels her creativity
Motherland Essentials's artful soaps pamper and protect
Couple jumps at chance to take over a holistic pet shop in North Charleston
Dr. Reshma Kahn is on a mission to spread goodness, kindness, mercy, and generosity for all
He was elected to office despite rules forbidding Jews to serve
The cellist for Brandi Carlile has a new solo album out this month
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How they navigate those big ships into port
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The designer talks about her latest collection and support of Black-owned businesses
The North Charleston native on his biggest role yet
Named for the richly colored zigzag pattern resembling lightning bolts on the shells of juveniles, the lightning...