The City Magazine Since 1975

JANUARY 2020

Celebrate the Holy City's 350th all year long with these 350 VeryCharleston events, adventures, and experiences

Meet the master of atmosphere and light before her City Gallery exhibit this month

Terry Hamlin's first book inspires runners to go the distance

Synchronocity's nutrition director shares tips for eating healthier in the New Year

The Varnville artist debuts new works at Charleston show in February

Charleston’s oldest surviving public building was designed for a special purpose—to store gunpowder.

Had King Charles I of England not been beheaded on January 30, 1649, our history would certainly have turned out differently.

The nonprofit coordinates the city's MLK Day celebration as part of its social justice mission

Plus, The Works founder shares a favorite healthy recipe

A new day spa destination, plus an Island Haus pop-up and a spring trunk show

Hearty but wholesome veg-forward eats from the chef of Harbinger and Harken

How John Warren, and his farm Spade & Clover, became a Lowcountry chef favorite

Feeling sobercurious? These tasty nonalcoholic drinks won't leave you out and about empty handed

This month marks two years since the Holy City was most recently covered in snow, and it rings in 250 years for the College of Charleston (CofC).

Jump into the new year with these local finds