Floating down the Edisto is a tried-and-true method for beating the summer heat, and lucky for Charlestonians, the...
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jennifer Berry Hawes examines the Emanuel Church tragedy in a new book
Magnolia Plantation & Gardens will bloom in DC this summer
On May 30, 156 of the best golfers in the world will compete for the coveted title at the Country Club of Charleston
How her interactive paper gardens will investigate the concept of utopia
What started as the DIG SOUTH digital conference has grown into a tech media company which aims to be the region’s “hub...
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
Nicholas Ashley-Cooper, the 12th Earl of Shaftesbury, speaks on restoring his family estate
A Water Album delivers an impactful, enraptured performance
A local nonprofit races against time—and cancer
Cypress Gardens eyes a January reopening
Charleston Jazz has a killer lineup slated for its fifth annual Charleston Jazz Festival, bringing tunes to venues...
Hitting the road for the holidays? Make the most of the drive time by queuing up hometown podcasts that’ll let you in...
The Silver Bells ring in the season
Cougar Night Lights returns with even more holiday fun
Inside a monumental discovery at the Nathaniel Russell House
With major projects underway involving public green spaces—from the West Ashley Greenway and Bikeway to the peninsula’s...
Delving into the mystery of the Lamboll Street guineas
Mount Holly native Sunn m’Cheaux is back in school, teaching the Gullah language at Harvard
The Artisanals’ debut LP delivers organic, retro rock
Sixty-plus writers tell their “Pat stories” in Our Prince of Scribes
This month, some 35,300 students begin filling dorms, buying textbooks, and (let’s be realistic) cracking open beers as...
The Lost Queen remembers a woman history forgot—and the man behind “Merlin”
Ladies, Wine and Design bands creatives together
A decade ago, Toni Morrison brought Sullivan’s Island a Bench by the Road
A Holy City choir heads for coveted residencies across the pond
This month, events across the city honor the victims and survivors of the Mother Emanuel AME murders
On Isle of Palms, folks found more real estate for sun-bathing, bocce ball-playing, and castle-building this season...