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The Charleston Museum director worked to create equitable access for the community, including local schools in rural...

Discover a bounty of options ranging from classic breakfast fare to nontraditional options like Jackrabbit Filly’s...

Plus, get your Island Provisions fix at the new Cannonborough/ Elliotborough shop

The March 8 fashion show raises money for the IBU Foundation, which empowers artisans around the world

Support the mission at this month’s Cocktails for a Cause fundraiser

Get a signed copy March 21 at The Sweetgrass Inn or April 12 at the Charleston Library 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.


On the eve of filming her fourth season, the sometimes spicy co-star reflects on getting married last fall and the...

These intrepid sisters broke gender barriers at the College of Charleston, reformed public school curriculum, and...

Fashionable picks for the start of spring

There's no better season to say 'I do' in the Lowcountry

The chef plans to open a small take-out restaurant on Line Street

Look for her latest collection to be released through The Miller Gallery website this month

She is relaunching Transformation Table with an event at next month’s Wine + Food festival

Find out how Murray, who was orphaned as a child, earned his wealth and why he shared it with the city

Learn about his involvement with the International African American Museum, his focus on mental health, and the six...

Plus, discover catfish & crab stew from chef Kevin Mitchell and a Charleston-inspired okra soup courtesy of the...

Learn more about his latest venture, Peculiar Pig Eats, a farm-to-table catering company

A roundup of seven artisanal local bakeries and bread-making companies

Swoon-worthy picks for this month

The business on Wentworth Street was part gourmet food store and part Jewish deli.

The nonprofit has treated more than 700,000 patients and has ambitious growth plans

Charleston is home to several natural skin-care brands

She’s kicking off the New Year with a book-signing at Charleston Library Society on January 26

Plus, FP Movement expands Free People’s activewear line to a new storefront on King Street

One couple decided to start fresh almost two decades after moving in, adding bright and colorful furnishings