The City Magazine Since 1975

October 2016

Finding natural beauty and winged wonders on Little St. Simons, a hunting lodge-turned-eco-minded getaway
Chef Craig Deihl serves up a feast at his family’s rustic island retreat, cooking most every dish over fire
Hit the streets for an urban art walk highlighting one-of-a-kind murals that decorate our city
Inside the new American College of the Building Arts
Sullivan’s Island resident Vincent J. Musi captures the great outdoors and all its wild inhabitants 
Catching up with Edith Howle, curator of TEDxCharleston, in advance of the October 19 event
With cut-outs offering peeks of heels and toes, the latest bootie trend happens to be perfectly suited to the Lowcountry’s balmy take on fall
What's happening this month
The latest news in fashion and shopping around Charleston
Home goods and fashion pieces that celebrate the season
A decade after its first overhaul, a contemporary residence overlooking the Wappoo River gets an indoor-outdoor makeover
Learn how one couple turned a suburban green space into an Asian contemplative garden
Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston
A trio of dishes starring the season’s most versatile vegetable
Meet a co-owner of James Island’s Tradesman Brewing Company
Prohibition bar manager Jim McCourt combines apricots, honey, and lemon for an easy-drinking, sweet-and-sour cocktail
Among the largest of the 14 species of bats indigenous to South Carolina, these creatures of the night regularly set up residence in human houses and outbuildings (but may also sleep away the days inside tree cavities and bark crevices).
Dead 27s debuts an impressive full-length album
Rembering Henry and Blanche Holloway, the hermits of Goat Island 
In 1705, Englishman James Child established a ferry service on his property named Strawberry Bluff