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Temporary wonders at the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition

Learn why Charleston garden and design enthusiasts are hitting the road for this hidden-gem destination

Browse our selection of fine watches from local retailers

Ed Smalls’s Smalls Paradise was known for late nights and welcoming integrated audiences

Find out how the purple berry has been used to keep bugs at bay

Get owner Rebecca Steinberg’s tips for getting rid of emotional clutter


What's in Store: Gold Creations

Classic Charleston Tea Party with Gold Creations.
Founded in 1975 by Glenn and Vicki Wolfe, Gold Creations has been selling jewelry and covetable treasures in the Charleston City Market ever since. Shop Gold Creations @


Plus, a stylish pop-up in Freshfields Village enters the scene

Garden designer Beverly Rivers shares her passion project

Smart tricks for staging a July revival

This month's garden happenings

It’s part comprehensive reference guide and part coffee-table book

Hot picks for you and your home

Her functional works of art look as beautiful as they feel

Meet the owners who relocated its headquarters to North Charleston and expanded their offerings

Pro tips and key elements for transforming any space into a stylish, functional room

See more of her hand-lettering designs and inspirations behind the canvas

And why the raptors like to make their nests in the Lowcountry

Plus, find out which brands she’s collaborating with this summer

White and silver foliage begins to shine as darkness falls

What's happening this month

CudaCo focuses on seafood that’s “adventurous, approachable, and sustainable”

Learn about the successful Around the Bend outdoor concert series and what’s to come

Top local bartenders share the season’s most refreshing libations

She created her colorful “Popsicle” earrings because “we could all use a little levity”

Fashionable choices for summer fun

The 360-degree apron puts all your grilling essentials within reach

See her latest work at the African American Fiber Arts exhibit at North Charleston City Hall