The City Magazine Since 1975

September 2011

Luxe Fabrics, handcrafted textures, beading, and brocade combine with bold jewels and accessories to deliver high drama to the season's society events
When it comes to collecting art and giving back, more is more in the Radcliffeborough home of Juan Tamarit and Dr. Gerald Dabbs.
Get a glimpse of the Charleston polo scene—traditionally an insiders’ sport that is gaining new ground with public matches on local plantations every fall and spring
Celebrating the season’s bounty at home with FIG chef Mike Lata
Classic comfort, impeccable service, and the gracious cuisine of Charleston Grill executive chef Michelle Weaver make the ultimate reward at the end of the day.
An exclusive new club brings top musical acts to Charleston
A European tour and recent CD release give Slow Runner’s musical marathon a dose of adrenaline
This month, peace-centered celebrations abound in the Holy City
Local insurance biz Johnson & Johnson channels its commitment to giving into Trident United Way’s (TUW) Day of Caring
Bricks made at area plantations helped provide the wealth of architecture for which the city is renowned today
For Eva Carter, each big, bold abstract painting is a journey that calls for decision-making, risk-taking, and some free fall
Precious metals and gemstones make these natural beauties shine
They say timing is everything--make yours spectacular with a handsome watch.
Local fromagerie Goat.Sheep.Cow. brings foodie decadence South of Broad
Dreaming of a great escape with stellar wines? Perhaps it’s time to jet set to a beautiful vineyard venue—or at least take an armchair tour while sipping delicious varietals from these destination wineries
When it comes to culinary delights, some of the most delicious items can be found in our own backyard. Here, we’ve gathered five decadent goodies made right here in the Lowcountry