The City Magazine Since 1975

SEPTEMBER 2019

Ready for some refined R&R? Whether on the water, in town, or out in the country, you won’t have to travel far to find your preferred style of luxe getaway.

Preparing for a major museum exhibition, classical realist painter Jill Hooper finds herself in good company—and she’s loving it

Young adult novelist Corrie Wang on balancing restaurant and writing life, the benefits of shower-crying, and the upside to fictional apocalypse

In June, for the first time in 271 years, the Charleston Library Society closed its doors for major renovations.

Maria White crafts stunning abstract ceramic art 

GOLFTEC diagnoses bad habits to shave strokes off your round

Flowershop’s sweet little luxuries

Gossypium has been spun as “the fabric of our lives” for good reason. Scientists have discovered evidence of cotton being woven and dyed in ancient India and Pakistan as long ago as 6,000 B.C.

How Mollie Howey leaves her mark on Charleston’s film industry

Lowcountry Food Bank’s BackPack Buddies feeds a need every weekend 

Statement-making jewelry goes high-end with chunky gold links, sparkling gems, and earthy motifs

Get double duty Dapper in this reversible trench. Pair with jeans for a casual weekend look. then go Full dandy by adding tailored slacks and suede loafers for work.

A cool-weather hero, the snapdragon now comes in more colors and growth habits than ever

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

Three recipes to usher in fall from Husk’s Travis Grimes

Often depicted as an extravagance for the über wealthy, caviar warrants its reputation for opulence.

Circa 1886’s menu tours the historical eras instrumental to Southern culinary identity

How a fine dining veteran of world-renowned Per Se and Noma turned shop talk into a full-time podcast production company

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