The City Magazine Since 1975

March 2012

“Street-wear is a youthful, edgy take on everyday clothes and a movement of music and arts. That’s what I’m about and what I love!”
“I love the quote, ‘Beauty without intelligence is a masterpiece painted on a napkin.’”
“A little black dress may be the go-to item for most women, but not for me. I love things that make a statement and for outfits to POP!”
“Style is confidence; it’s inside of you, and once you find yours, it can last forever.”
“I admire those who pull from a variety of resources to dress and design boldly.”
“My style is softness versus structure.”
“My style is best described as ‘Hemingway goes surfing.’”
“Style’s not about what you are wearing but how you are wearing it.”
“Style is a reflection of one’s spirit.”
“My style is comfortable and classic with just a little hint of something unexpected.”
Run Dan Run explores new musical territory
The Charleston Symphony Orchestra League fosters the Lowcountry’s musical future
Lulan’s Eve Blossom writes of forging change through design
Famed interior designer David Easton addresses Charleston International Antiques Show guests
When Kristy Bishop traded her paintbrush for needle and thread, she unbound the abstract artist within
Like the welcome gift of an early spring bloom, Next Door brings a culinary rebirth to the space that formerly housed Samos on Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant.
DeBordieu’s Steve and Margaret Bond are shaking up the world of seasonings with Sea Island Saltworks
Miniature-sized split bottles are a wallet-friendly way to sample new wines. These vintages aren’t meant to be aged, so stop into a local wine shop or restaurant and enjoy now
Emily Cookson uses hickory-smoked almond ice cream, chocolate ganache, and homemade graham crackers to make chic s’mores.
Meet five culinary heavyweights making guest appearances at this year’s Charleston Wine + Food Festival
Hank’s Seafood Restaurant dishes up its coveted recipes and more in a new cookbook
Falling in love with a horse—and Western-style duds—at The Recycled Cowboy
Sprouts & Krauts’ quick and healthy fare drew loyal fans to Marion Square Mall
Need new companions for your spring ensembles? Pair up with these studs
In fresh colors and designs, cross-body bags make effortless accessories for warm-weather adventures
One feminist mother’s catwalk conundrum
Author and songwriter Carolyn Evans falls hard for a 19th-century gem that proves worth the wait
Step into spring with these fun finds.