Pounce Cat Café + Wine Bar’s success shows in the stats: it’s found homes for some 500 felines in just 11 months
Washed up jellies, scampering crustaceans, tiny shells bound mysteriously into chains: all are common finds on South...
Schola St. George studies historical martial arts
The trailblazing Tidewater Brick Co. makes rare goods while training underemployed locals to earn a living
Awakening V: King Tide arrives on April 29
Inside West Ashley’s burgeoning creative hub, Fabulon
Celebrated floral designers team up for a December 3 wreath workshop
Learn how one couple turned a suburban green space into an Asian contemplative garden
The Charleston Museum’s 19th-century curator, Gabriel E. Manigault, masterfully prepared dozens of skeletons now on...
New York City transplants meticulously restore a B&B called “Belvedere” back into a home
Enough Pie’s VAT SHACK launches June 4, inviting the community to get hands-on with the historic art of indigo-dyeing
With four-month-old contemporary art gallery The Southern, Erin and Justin Nathanson are pioneering new territory in...
Meet the artist behind Romney Urban Garden’s mosaic mural and get her tips for bringing the art form to your own green...
Daylily afficionados from all over the globe turn to Browns Ferry Gardens for the stunning hybrids they debut year...
Building Skills Now trains valuable new workers.
An enthralling new novel brings the history of a Charleston landmark to life
Don’t miss Carolina Custom Canoe Paddles at SEWE
Attorney-turned-celebrated-conductor Ken Lam takes the helm of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra
Tromp through a long-lost Lowcountry in Roger Pinckney’s new novel
High-end (and high up) homes from New York to L.A. are on JGeiger’s client list
Tranquil beauty reigns in local David Rawle’s labor of love, the new Theodora Park in Ansonborough
Catch up on 30 years of reading with Art & Craft
Passion, lust, and revenge heat up the modern-day premiere of a Baroque opera last performed in the early 1650s
Charleston Wholesale Florist is bringing more blooms—and business—to town
The Charleston Natural History Society transforms 40-some acres of former farmland into thriving native ecosystems
A local artist turns discarded timepieces into jewelry
From inspired murals to beautiful beer bottles, Sean Williams is Holy City Brewing’s unofficial painter-in-residence
Alfred Crabtree, master silversmith and brassmonger, has been tending Charleston’s treasures for decades
Marine scientist Dr. Peter Kingsley-Smith talks artificial oyster reefs, invasive shrimp, and miraculous crabs