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The Charleston Museum director worked to create equitable access for the community, including local schools in rural...

Discover a bounty of options ranging from classic breakfast fare to nontraditional options like Jackrabbit Filly’s...

Plus, get your Island Provisions fix at the new Cannonborough/ Elliotborough shop

The March 8 fashion show raises money for the IBU Foundation, which empowers artisans around the world

Support the mission at this month’s Cocktails for a Cause fundraiser

Get a signed copy March 21 at The Sweetgrass Inn or April 12 at the Charleston Library Society


What's in Store

Six Hours at Freshfields Village
When you get that spring fashion itch, venture Freshfields Village, where Lowcountry meets high style. Here, local stylist Andrea Serrano walks us through a few of her favorite shops in the Village.


She’s kicking off the New Year with a book-signing at Charleston Library Society on January 26

Plus, FP Movement expands Free People’s activewear line to a new storefront on King Street

One couple decided to start fresh almost two decades after moving in, adding bright and colorful furnishings

Read the inspiring true stories of these female entrepreneurs, patent holders, and inventors

Get the dish on crunchy chaat, tender tikka masala, tandoori lamb kabobs, and more Indian delights

The Charleston native regularly competes against pro shuckers from across the country

It’s the first release from her home studio and record label, Red Lion

Taylor’s latest tome is filled with spicy autobiographical morsels and culinary creations from around the world

Cleveland is retiring as the institution she reinvigorated celebrates its 275th anniversary

Our picks for a fresh start to the new year

Lureto’s first EP, ”A Peak from the Crow's Nest,” captures the joy of the jam

This spring, the Charleston School of the Arts grad will become the first person of color appointed musical director...

The independent theater is celebrating 25 years of quality cinema and fostering community 

See the group at Second Sunday on King, the Holiday Festival of Lights, and other seasonal events

Find out how the master gardener has encouraged the historical blooms to thrive for nearly a half century

The book’s message is intended to inspire compassion and gratitude during the holidays and throughout the year

Before Sullivan’s Island, the tiny town of Moultieville, incorporated in December in 1817, offered a respite from...

Browse our local picks to incorporate festive silver and gold into your winter wardrobe

Find out how the design duo decorate their homes, what they're wearing to parties, and their go-to hostess gifts....

Plus, new shop on King Street sells heirloom leather goods

The home’s interior is filled with high fashion-inspired pieces, modern art, and a playful collection of wallpaper...

Gingerline’s menu fuses Latin, South American, and Southern cuisine, incorporating local produce and seasonal...

Gift ideas for everyone on your list

A look at the boom-and-bust cycle of this oncepopular colonial crop, today’s innovative growers, plus growing tips...

Today the vibrant thoroughfare hosts some of the city’s best restaurants, bars, hotels, and art galleries

Arriving during the Charleston Renaissance of the 1920s, Victor and Marjorie Morawetz restored properties like the...

In November 1865, 52 Black men met at Zion Church to combat the state’s proposed black codes