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What's in Store: Gold Creations

Classic Charleston Tea Party with Gold Creations.
Founded in 1975 by Glenn and Vicki Wolfe, Gold Creations has been selling jewelry and covetable treasures in the Charleston City Market ever since. Shop Gold Creations @


Pretty picks to amaze on Mother’s Day

Visit the creative spaces of sculptor Herb Parker, painter Rhett Thurman, graphic designer Gil Shuler, and batik and...

What’s happening this month

Learn about her new health-focused baking venture, Plante Pâtissière

Pretty picks for spring

Read about the station, designed by architect and preservationist Albert Simons

Glimpse through the layered history of the city as well as the lives and livelihoods of merchants and tradesmen,...

The local makes a second appearance at the Volvo Car Open

You can shop her website by the beach where the sand was collected

Created in 1903 on the upper west side of the Charleston peninsula, Hampton Park is the city’s largest park. The 61-...

Teen volunteers help prepare the nonprofit’s plant-based meals

The confection inspired a novel and an early sweet trend

A writer ponders what gets passed down, both the tangible and intangible elements of style

Warmer weather means it’s time to trade your heavy leather handbag for a colorful and airy springtime must-have

Find out what he’s wearing this spring

Plus, a Julia Berolzheimer + LAKE collab

See what a decor refresh with a pretty coastal palette and custom fabrics and furnishings can do

Spring into the new season with hand-picked gifts

The engineer is known for working with Band of Horses, SUSTO, and Brave Baby

The start-up business provides support for women and teens

Put some spring in your step this season with colorful baubles, fine jewels, fun shoes, and accessories

The reality TV veteran recently released a new book, One Day You'll Thank Me

Feeling cooped up from quarantine? It’s the perfect season to get outside and enjoy nature

The building now houses the South Carolina Historical Society Museum