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The violent storms killed 32 people and caused more than $30 million in damages in today’s figures


The menu offers house-made pastas, local fish, and delightful smaller plates


80 Muze offers clean and sophisticated fragrances made from natural oils


The digital artist known for his “Everydays” project recently opened Beeple Studios to celebrate “digital weirdness...


His all-covers album blends traditional Irish sounds and bluegrass for his own take on familiar songs


Discover some of our favorite spots in the Holy City for hot, fresh bagels


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Croghan’s Jewel Box
Charleston’s oldest family-owned jewelry store, Croghan’s Jewel Box specializes in estate jewelry and silver as well as cutting-edge designs.

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Gaddy opened grab-and-go Atlyss Food Collective on Spring Street in June



An opening reception will be held on September 22, with works on view through November 4



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Founders Ned Johnson and Neil Thomson spent months testing paddles for the brand



Plus, the Charleston native’s favorite versatile style picks for late summer



Plus, Gorjana brings its West Coast-inspired jewelry collection to King Street



Explore history ranging from the last century’s mustard-sauce migration to the modern craft ‘cue boom



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Stop in for rustic bistro-leaning entrees from chocolatier Christophe Paume



The Ridgeville native recently returned to thank the high school cafeteria worker who helped launch his career



Stop by Lola Rose for a neighborhood trattoria feel and a menu of fresh pastas and wood-fired pizzas



The CEO shares how SC Ports stacks up against competitors and what projects are on the horizon 



Each Album is a curated shopping experience inspired by a favorite song



Plus, Summerville children’s boutique Tweedle Beedle opens its second location in Mount Pleasant



The property, along the banks of Wappoo Creek, includes a home studio for the artist