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
And help select the Readers’ Choice Award winner!
Learn the long history of Shutes Folly and Castle Pinckney
Robert Purvis dedicated his life to ending slavery and defending human rights
And why the raptors like to make their nests in the Lowcountry
Find the ideal variety for your garden bed
You can't keep a good hull down
Get the pie-style layout, plus a plant list
Created in 1903 on the upper west side of the Charleston peninsula, Hampton Park is the city’s largest park. The 61-...
Native wisteria offers swoon-worthy blooms without an invasive growth habit
While bemoaning the loss of this year’s DockDogs event, one Charlestonian amuses herself with memories of canines past...
Find out why they're so hard to catch
Local nursuries can't carry every variety of flower and vegetable created. Gain access to myriad more colors and forms...
Learn more about this familiar Carolina native
Charleston is famous for its multi-steepled skyline and with some 400 houses of worship on the peninsula alone, one can...
Why the once rare birds are increasingly being spotted in Charleston
The colorful flower has deep roots in the Lowcountry
You might be surprised that some of your favorites are on the list
Hot items for a cool summer
How our port city was a leader in slowing the spread of diseases
A writer reconsiders the meaning of “home” during the COVID-19 crisis
Why Robert Smalls should be remembered as the Lowcountry’s Paul Revere
Springtime style for your wardrobe and home
Take a crash course in Charleston history with this timeline of highlights covering 350-plus years
A Charleston-born historian on accelerating into the city’s future
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The tennis tournament would have celebrated its 20th year in Charleston