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Explore Italian gelato, inventive ice cream flavors, Not Fried Chicken, and more

The homeowners fell for the Pettigrew Street gem, complete with an enormous porch perfect for entertaining

Plus Julia Berolzheimer partners with Pottery Barn for garden party ready designs

Plus, she shares her favorite way to style her jewlery for the summer

Find adventure-ready block-print blankets from Seabird Society


What's in Store

Six Hours at Freshfields Village
When you get that spring fashion itch, venture Freshfields Village, where Lowcountry meets high style. Here, local stylist Andrea Serrano walks us through a few of her favorite shops in the Village.


Rancho Lewis offers an expansive dining room serving authentic Texas-Mexico border food

Plus, find out what he does to keep extra resin out of landfills

Travel editor Sandy Lang leads the way to old-school Lowcountry flavor and character, as well as inventive new fare...

Cruise the Battery, explore sunny cypress swamps, and other iconic Holy City spots captured in time

An avowed arts enthusiast goes to Monster Jam

The theater trailblazers retreat to Avondale after the curtain falls on Queen Street 

Plus, Under the Almond Trees celebrates its fifth anniversary with a fundraiser for Florence Crittenton Programs

The prolific painter will unveil his first comprehensive exhibition of small pieces in more than a decade this month...

Discover changes coming to Spoleto Festival USA, College of Charleston School of the Arts, Charleston Gaillard...

Discover a road map to more than 300 artist studios, galleries, and other cultural points of interest across the 25-...

Try the much-touted French fare at Brasserie La Banque or go New York-style with Bodega brunch offerings

A Charleston native, John Ondo helms the Ocean Course’s restaurant at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

These shops introduce new juice to members while supporting small producers

Embrace spring with these fanciful finds

Learn how the Charleston market has evolved for start-ups during the past decade

Find out how one of the trailblazers gave back to her community

Nathan Durfee finds a new setting for his paintings and family in Wagener Terrace

Check out our local picks for feminine white dresses with bridal vibes

Plus, Haegur: A Maker’s Post is opening on Sulilvan’s Island

James Island native Nicole Rubin returns home to usher in a new era for one of downtown Charleston’s most storied...