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January 2009

The Literary Arts Issue

Young Walter populates his lonely world with fantastic stories of foxes and chickens, tunnels and soldiers, but when a curious creature washes ashore near his mother’s beach house, is his discovery real or imaginary?

Follow artist Edward Hopper as he chases his muse
through the streets of Charleston

Charleston. For visitors, it means history and beauty. For natives, it represents family and tradition. For Big Brother, it involves something much more sinister

The Charleston Profile

South Carolina’s poet laureate is spreading the word on all things literary

The Review

Finding Faulkner and a bit of the blues in Mississippi

Arts Profile

Spencer Deering crafts modern theater with gusto

Chef's Table

Chef Aaron Deal offers savory and sweet bowls to help weather the cold

Local Music

Classical violinist Joshua Bell takes a bow

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