How her interactive paper gardens will investigate the concept of utopia
Journey through time with a photographic tour of Charleston’s centuries-old parish churches and chapels-of-ease
Meet the self-taught topiary artist who, for nearly four decades, has planted and pruned, nurtured and shaped nursery...
Kiawah River, the resort-style neighborhood on John’s Island, gives its farm stands a chic twist
Edisto Island Open Land Trust takes on the restoration of the Reconstruction-era Hutchinson House
Metanoia and Lowcountry Local First are working to revitalize a key block of North Charleston
Take a taste-filled walk down memory lane through some of Charleston’s most beloved 20th-century eateries, from seafood...
On the eve of the Gibbes Museum of Art exhibition “Anna Heyward Taylor: Intrepid Explorer,” take a look into the...
John’s Islander Mary May has carved out her dream career
A local nonprofit races against time—and cancer
Charleston Jazz has a killer lineup slated for its fifth annual Charleston Jazz Festival, bringing tunes to venues...
One of the best parts of the holiday season is gathering with friends, neighbors, and perfect strangers at the many...
Park Circle’s Ink Meets Paper designed a company around the power (and heart) of the handwritten note
Fueled by personal tragedy, Christan Rainey crusades against domestic violence through M.A.D. USA
Jenny Broe, choreographer and owner of local studio Dance Lab, is pushing the limits of Charleston’s dance scene
Mount Holly native Sunn m’Cheaux is back in school, teaching the Gullah language at Harvard
The Citadel hosts an intelligence and cybersecurity confab
Local agricultural technology may change the way we eat
William Bates teaches classical architecture to today’s craftsmen
Organizers offer tips for making the most of your visit
The Genesis Project, which teaches kids in rural areas to swim, breaks ground on a Hollywood pool
Jeremy Tunstill serves monthly cafeteria menus with a side of humor
Lend an ear to WNC's rich musical traditions
Get to know the region through its foodways, artisanal producers, farms, fests, and more
A 12-year-old partnership between two cultures is transforming one African village
Contemporary artist William Halsey nurtured the city as an educator for more than 40 years.
Charleston’s growth has been a boon for, and in part driven by, its creative community. The return of festival season...
Rusty’s Cool Guitars sells specialty instruments to support veterans, arts education, and animal rescue
How a lucky pairing at Charleston Wine + Food and a delicious kitchen mishap gave one man a new start
Catch the Charleston Pipe Band reveling during its “high holy day”