The City Magazine Since 1975

MARCH 2020

Have a ball on and off the course and courts with a playful mix of sports-, resort-, and ready-to-wear looks in saturated hues, graphic prints, and crisp whites—plus a hint of ’70s vibe

Tag along on our weekend getaway and discover the new restaurants and bars, cool shops, and ever-expanding art scene

"Sword of Kings" is latest installment in journey of Lord Uhtred

Meet Minh Nguyen, the man behind the impeccably maintained Nathaniel Russell House, and learn about his acting debut in Forrest Gump, the Mercedes he gifted his dog, and world travels with his beloved wife, Annette

Lucerna Planta candles are designed to spark inspiration

For more than 260 years, this iconic building has served as a commercial exchange and custom house, watch house, public market, post office, city hall, and Revolutionary War jail, as well as a military headquarters for British, American, and Confederate armies.

The plantation was recently named an "International Site of Conscience"

This local nonprofit throws parties with a purpose to collect bras and underwear for women in need

A boiled peanut convert’s ode to Charleston’s culinary treasures

When “Classic Blue” was unveiled as Pantone‘s color of the year, the purveyor of hues declared that the shade ”instills calm, confidence, and connection” and ”brings a sense of peace and tranquility to the human spirit.“

The lead singer of Gullah-inspired jazz band Ranky Tanky prefers the comfort of leggings and a T-shirt, but the former beauty school student understands the power of commanding a captivating stage presence.

A husband and wife team design a cantilevered creekside abode in harmony with nature

Clemson University’s Cooperative Extension shares tips and plans for easing flooding and erosion in local landscapes.

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

How the creative chef behind online treats business Swank Desserts baked up a sweet new shop in Summerville’s historic downtown

The Japanese pepper spicing up menus all over town

The matriarch of Martha Lou’s Kitchen reflects on her legacy and the future of this Holy City institution

Spring into these stylish finds