The City Magazine Since 1975

April 2010

Remembrances from a year spent gathering and arranging the floral bounty of Lowcountry gardens—adapted from Southern Bouquets
Retired physician and green hobbyist Gene Johnson transforms an outdated downtown yard into a lush, open-air living room for its part-time, Spoleto-loving owners
Airy Hall’s Kendrick Mayes finds art in articulated skeletons
Tennis aces raise a racket for the $700,000 purse at the 38th annual Family Circle Cup
Spread your roots across the city in gardens that thrive on a little community TLC
With a rock ’n’ roll country swagger, Mac Leaphart croons about sins, saviors, and small towns
Unearth a perfect gem from this spring’s outcropping of stone accessories
The owner of green design-build firm Hilke Development talks about tools, accessories, and his new, energy-saving business venture
Artistic gardeners discover Zen and the art of backyard maintenance
Chef Ken Immer preaches the benefits and teaches the strategies of raw food
Saddling up for the Walterboro Rodeo
Lowcountry Local First brings a new generation of farmers to the fields
This Earth Day, raise a toast to California wineries that are making it possible for eco-sippers to have their sustainable grapes—and enjoy drinking them, too. Here, a few friendly flavors you’ll want to savor
Embrace the buzz blossoming around St-Germain liqueur—and its exotic roots in the French Alps—with Cypress’ pear martini