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Ahead of the center's 30th anniversary this fall, Smalls shares what he’s wearing for Spoleto

For our May arts issue, we scouted eye-catching locally made items to elevate your home or wardrobe

This month, the nonprofit hosts Mobility Month, including a Ride of Silence to honor cyclists who have been killed...

Fields-Black and photographer J. Henry Fair are collaborating on an immersive exhibit for the Gibbes Museum of Art...


What's in Store

VIDEO: 6 Hours in Freshfields with The Gallavantor
Join The Gallavantor for a day in the Village as she shops and gathers inspiration for her artwork.


The couple left an indelible mark on Charleston culture, paving the way for modern art in the Lowcountry


Plus, Philosophers & Fools pairs favorite reads and new releases with the perfect sip and Buck Mason brings...

Travel editor Sandy Lang discovers arts, culture, Americana, and Mount Charleston in Sin City

The Avondale restaurant features a casual bar and a dining room that leans “Lowcountry foraging clubhouse”

Montgomery oversees a network of programs that help support Lowcountry farmers and put fresh, healthy food into the...

Located on the south bank of the Ashley River, the property boasted walking trails lined with beautiful blossoms

The cut-flower program is expanding from James Island’s Medway Garden to Magnolia Community Garden in West Ashley...

Lammonds is performing at fundraiser for the Center for Birds of Prey on April 18

Spring Into Style

The former Broadway performer says her training helps her balance on scaffolding to paint ceilings

Sam Metzger and Kendal Leonard host seasonal markets and hands-on workshops at their verdant space

The first group of Huguenots arrived on the ship Richmond in April 1680

Look for her second collaboration with Mitzi Lighting in June

And a new men’s clothing store opens in Mount Pleasant

New businesses are blooming all over the Lowcountry in the form of floral delivery, herb gathering, and craft making...

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Located along the banks of Ralston Creek, the residence nods to French countryside architecture

Madeira island has long been connected to Charleston via seagoing trade routes and its fortified wines

Now in its 44th year, this collaborative design event is a can’t-miss for home decor enthusiasts

See Matsuda’s work at two shows this month: One at Redux and the other at Hed Hi Studio