The City Magazine Since 1975

January 2014

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A pair of Italian immigrants fall hard for an historic Ansonborough single
Twelve years ago, local physician Dr. Ann Kulze left her busy Mount Pleasant family practice, dedicating her life’s work to educating the public at large on healthy eating habits and lifestyles.
A North Charleston biz booms by camouflaging cellular antennae 
A new program boosts local start-ups
During the holidays, even the obsessively healthy indulge in cookies, cakes, and cocktails. But come January, many are ready to whip their diets into shape and lose those extra pounds. Dr.
The city’s youngest advanced sommelier, McCrady’s Cappie Peete, has a palate that exceeds her 26 years. Here she shares the best syrahs of the season 
Shape up with Aerial Fit’s high-flying apparatus  
Sharing a laugh with comedian Dusty Slay before this month’s Charleston Comedy Festival     
Sue Monk Kidd’s The Invention of Wings debuts  
Charleston abounds with images of the pineapple—in art, architecture, even notepaper and handmade jewelry. While the city isn’t responsible for making the tropical fruit a symbol of hospitality, its mannerly residents certainly embraced the custom early on and carry it forward today.
From fast-growing vines to tabletop trees, the Ficus genus offers a variety of foliage styles, whether grown indoors or out
Head-to-toe winter white brightened the season’s runways with a minimalist purity that translates well to holy city streets. the key: mixing shades of the color in a way that looks intentional
Hear it from those in the know
Cooking collards with Old Village Post House chef Forrest Parker
The Goodens start Bulls Bay Saltworks
The Charleston dining scene is always evolving. One day it’s checks in Mason jars, the next it’s bubble tea and bánh mì. We asked some of the folks on the F&B inside to share what’s in and out for 2014