Things Every Local Must Experience Whether your bloodline dates back generations or you just moved to town, check out...
The Jubilee Project kicks off with a New Year’s Emancipation celebration
St. James-Santee Episcopal’s “Brick Church” sits on a lonely stretch of the Old King’s Highway
Tracing the Charleston Symphony Orchestra back to its early 20th-century roots
Neighbors partner up to rehab small, historically significant houses
Revel in historical sophistication, minutes from town
Falling hard for an “inland” Eden, historic Hampton Park
Corroded metals on sunken ships and drawings on ancient walls inspire Paul Mardikian’s abstract paintings
Five Charleston food and beverage veterans are crafting their own one-of-a-kind libations
Local musicians deliver Holy City history during The Sound of Charleston
Exploring the natural wonders of Botany Bay Plantation
Bricks made at area plantations helped provide the wealth of architecture for which the city is renowned today
Charleston Civic Design Center (CCDC) director Michael Maher envisions a Holy City that’s fit for the future
It’s July. Summer has set in, and the novelty of no school and long days has worn off. So what’s a family to do? Plenty...
You know summer’s in full swing when you avoid the sunny side of the street and instead leap frog from shady spot to...
Secession, slavery, states’ rights. Flag controversies, reenactments, monuments. The Civil War conjures ghosts and...
Finding old Florida in Fernandina Beach and the shores of Amelia Island
Bandied about for decades, a statue of controversial politico John C. Calhoun returned home 80 years ago
Artist and actress Alicia Rhett ventured from the Holy City to Hollywood and back again
Celebrating the blessings of the season with a traditional Lowcountry feast
This month at New York’s Park Avenue Armory, 70 pieces of Charleston’s past—from centuries-old furniture, paintings,...
Four states away, a new museum highlights the Holy City’s Jewish roots
The secession banner presided over this state's withdrawal from the Union 150 years ago
With the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in reorganizational limbo, we recommend, for your classical music fix, a busy...
Living in Charleston, we often take history for granted—as if every city has cobblestone streets and a park where...
In a hidden center on North Charleston’s Navy Yard, a diminutive vessel harbors big history
Be a part of history at America’s first theater
Edisto Island’s historic plantation returns to grace, thanks to its faithful owners and scores of dedicated craftsmen
Read the romantic sagas of three legendary local couples— the Dawsons, the Heywards, and the Warings— whose shared...