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The menu offers house-made pastas, local fish, and delightful smaller plates


80 Muze offers clean and sophisticated fragrances made from natural oils


The digital artist known for his “Everydays” project recently opened Beeple Studios to celebrate “digital weirdness...


His all-covers album blends traditional Irish sounds and bluegrass for his own take on familiar songs


Discover some of our favorite spots in the Holy City for hot, fresh bagels


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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.

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Meet the Holy City transplant whose Tarpon Cellars produces single-vineyard, minimal-intervention wines in Napa...



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The six-piece soul band releases “Stay” with a show at The Royal American on May 27



The violinist and music education advocate infused classical canon with humor and infectious enthusiasm



The nonprofit breeds the birds for education and to help propagate the species



The concert booker and promoter manages 11 local venues, including Firefly Distillery and The Refinery



LaFaye and the Fellas are headlining next month’s Juneteenth Festival at North Charleston’s Riverfront Park



Find out how you can help volunteer, provide transportation, offer employment, or donate



Plus, a sporty collab between blogger Grace Atwood and activewear line Addison Bay



The homeowners created a welcoming retirement reatreat surrounded by sun, sea, sand, grandchildren, and lots of art...



Built in the 1730s, the Seegers’ home is one of the oldest single houses on the peninsula



The upscale eatery offers fine-dining staples, plus a variety of coal-roasted plates for sharing



The Massachusetts native and his restaurants have earned numerous James Beard nominations and awards, as well as the...



Soak in everything from downtown church spires to the diamonds of the Ravenel Bridge with a drink in hand



The singer-songwriter and his band headline The Windjammer on April 14



Step into spring with hot picks for the home



Find out the significance of one of her recent projects, North Charleston’s Starlight Motor Inn



Considered a strategic location during the Revolutionary War, the site was defended by General William Moultrie



Willams hosts the first exhibit in the Broad Street space on April 7



Find out how you can donate furniture or volunteer your time making deliveries



A beloved children’s Easter story, birthed in Charleston nearly a century ago, tells a most powerful tale 



Find out local picks for sheer fabrics, tulle dresses, wrap sweaters, and dainty flats



Look for The Charleston Place hotel to offer facials and body treatments with her products



Plus, Out of Hand introduces exclusive Ayuna skin-care products