The City Magazine Since 1975

APRIL 2019

Journey through time with a photographic tour of Charleston’s centuries-old parish churches and chapels-of-ease

Meet the self-taught topiary artist who, for nearly four decades, has planted and pruned, nurtured and shaped nursery castoffs into living sculptures, inspiring thousands from around the globe to visit his fantastical garden wonderland in rural Bishopville, South Carolina

Kiawah River, the resort-style neighborhood on John’s Island, gives its farm stands a chic twist

What started as the DIG SOUTH digital conference has grown into a tech media company which aims to be the region’s “hub for news and views on innovation across the region.” DIG SOUTH Tech Summit returns April 24 to 26, offering opportunities for networking among the South’s top tech executives an

Kevin Coyne keeps the grounds green at The Joe

Rita’s Roots helps backyard gardens flourish 

North Charleston’s Saint Joe Woodworks builds mid-century modern furniture

From Edisto and Beaufort to McClellanville and Georgetown, each morning during shrimp season the air fills with the deep-dieseled rumble of these hard-working boats as they head out to sea for a long day of trawling.

One Lowcountry artist finds inspiration 600 feet above Charleston

We’re spying a bounty of bold, yet polished, bracelets this season. 

Punchy prints are back and bringing a pop of color to basics. We'll be rocking this floral kimono with white skinny jeans by day and a little black dress by night

Susan and Gene Massamillo’s downtown garden was designed to transport them—and their many guests—to lush landscapes around the globe

Learn to plant for the butterflies—and their caterpillar counterparts 

What's happening this month?

SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION: Meet some local pros with expertise on living well in the Lowcountry, from selecting a residence to outfitting it inside and out

Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food-and-beverage openings in Charleston

The executive director of Lowcountry Local First enjoys a springtime bounty at home

We chatted with one of the owners of Stems & Skins in Park Circle about funky ferments and what’s in the works for the hotly anticipated opening of Jackrabbit Filly

To enjoy these prized wild onions long past their fleeting growing season, preserve them with help from The Grocery’s chef Kevin Johnson

In Hotbox, Lowcountry authors Matt Lee and Ted Lee explore the nitty-gritty world of catering

A happy coincidence brought the ‘Palmetto’ asparagus to prominence over a century ago

Spring into some local finds this month