The violent storms killed 32 people and caused more than $30 million in damages in today’s figures
The hotel celebrates its 170th anniversary this month
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The violinist and music education advocate infused classical canon with humor and infectious enthusiasm
Considered a strategic location during the Revolutionary War, the site was defended by General William Moultrie
The Charleston Museum director worked to create equitable access for the community, including local schools in rural...
The business on Wentworth Street was part gourmet food store and part Jewish deli.
See a frosty fellow built on the Cistern lawn by members of the ATO Beta Xi chapter at the College of Charleston
Today the vibrant thoroughfare hosts some of the city’s best restaurants, bars, hotels, and art galleries
The unprecedented natural disaster caused 60 deaths and cost an estimated $166 million in damages
The organization was originally known as the Chicora Country Club and founded along the Cooper River
Built in 1872, 71 Wentworth will be subdivided into 12 luxury apartments
See more images in “Charleston in Sports: A Photographic History, 1890s-1960s” on view in the Lowcountry Image Gallery...
“Fur & Frost: Carolina Winters” will be on view in the Historic Textiles Gallery through April
Founder George LaBrasca Jr. hired “pizza queens” to attract hungry customers with samples
The severe winter weather event brough four inches of snow to Charleston and reported temperatures of 7°F
Learn more about the Pep Supper’s financial support for students during COVID
Learn about his legacy as one of South Carolina’s most dedicated history-keepers
Temporary wonders at the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition
And how Avery helped students reach new heights
Read about the station, designed by architect and preservationist Albert Simons
Rich soil and a railroad made Meggett a major agricultural hub
Once on the outskirts of town, a building at the intersection of Calhoun is now part of the urban core