The City Magazine Since 1975

MARCH 2021

Leaders in hospitality, tourism, business, the arts, philanthropy, and local government reflect on the past year, helping us better understand where things stand—and where we might go from here.

Feeling cooped up from quarantine? It’s the perfect season to get outside and enjoy nature

The engineer is known for working with Band of Horses, SUSTO, and Brave Baby

The start-up business provides support for women and teens

The reality TV veteran recently released a new book, One Day You'll Thank Me

The building now houses the South Carolina Historical Society Museum

The nonprofit is building a home downtown for a mother and her three-year-old son

Exploring a pandemic silver lining: fewer cars on the roads gave more opportunity to safely walk and bike through the city

Browse our local picks in “Illuminating” and “Ultimate Gray”

Put some spring in your step this season with colorful baubles, fine jewels, fun shoes, and accessories

The fashion influencer has launched a new website

Art, antiques, and color create an opulent yet modern Southern home, with New Orleans vibes on Daniel Island

Peek into the antique plant's illustrious past, then get tips on pruning the stunning—but highly invasive—vine

Native wisteria offers swoon-worthy blooms without an invasive growth habit

As co-owner of the laid-back eatery Bar George and executive chef at tapas spot Estadio, the roguish Alex Lira delivers serious food with good humor and antic shenanigans

The award-winning pitmaster and restaurateur continues to “share the love” of barbecue, cooking, and family in his new cookbook, out this month

Spring into the new season with hand-picked gifts