The City Magazine Since 1975

October 2012

Tapping into Charleston’s craft beer scene
Four years after her retirement from the U.S. Air Force, award-winning combat photographer Stacy L.
Whether you call them redfish, red drum, spottails, or channel bass, catching the state’s most popular saltwater game fish on the fly means triumph. One local angler explains how he learned the hard way—and shares his now-expert tips  
A Mount Pleasant pair swaps the hustle of suburban life for the hush of the rural Stono marsh
An indie flick with all-local roots begins filming in Charleston
The Royal Tinfoil treats listeners to a wild melding of Americana, gypsy, punk, and blues
From a kid-friendly myrtle maze to a fright-tastic haunted house, here are our picks for Halloween happenings around town
LEARN Horse Rescue’s devoted founder grants homeless equines a brighter future
Mike Kimball tends an innovative urban garden—and shares the fruits of his labor
William McCullough seeks to paint true images of his homeland
Gertrude Legendre blazed her own trail as a big-game hunter and preservation-minded Lowcountry socialite
Maximize your workout with these sporty accessories
Forget ghost stories and haunted houses this Halloween—what’s really scary in Charleston is downtown traffic
A visit to Heart Woodfire Kitchen on James Island is a little like stumbling upon a charming country cottage in the woods—one where you happen to find the home fires burning and a delicious meal ready and waiting.
Purée Café delivers organic food for all ages
Here are some wines that are downright thrilling! Pour for friends and family at a spooky Halloween bash
Ted Dombrowski of Ted’s Butcherblock takes grilling on his Big Green Egg seriously
An award-winning concoction from Eurasia’s Mike Barnum does Bacardi good
Want restaurant quality seafood the likes of which chefs Mike Lata and Robert Stehling use? Here are four purveyors with the best catches