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The Kentucky Derby is off to a gallop on May 6. Celebrate the races with a traditional mint julep, or try Bar Mash’s...


Alicia Rhett returned to her home on Tradd Street after filming to focus on her artwork, particularly portrait...


Charles Gaines’s mathematically based grids reject the idea that art must be a function of personal expression


Don't let a rumbling stomach interrupt the Spoleto Festival USA performances.  Here's where to snack, sip, and dine...


Overwhelmed by all the Spoleto Festival USA offerings? Click on the flip-book below to find out which events local...





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Want to bare a little skin while keeping your look sophisticated? This season, it's all about the single sleeve....


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Update your home and wardrobe with these fun additions


May 2017

This month, the 14-year-old Redux Contemporary Art Center leaves behind its St. Philip Street digs for a bigger,...


May 2017

While Charleston is a thriving, energetic, and modern metropolis, the city has retained its past like no other in...


May 2017 HOUSE & GARDEN

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May 2017 ARTS & EVENTS

Activism, art, and a flood of urgency inform and awaken the work of Mary Edna Fraser


May 2017 HOUSE & GARDEN

Local gallery owner Ann Long Merck’s meticulously preserved and classically appointed pre-Revolutionary residence is...


May 2017 HOUSE & GARDEN

Make the most of a sunny spot with these superstar zinnia selections


May 2017 EAT & DRINK

Biscuit maven Carrie Morey dishes up zesty shrimp and her famous biscuits with berries


May 2017 EAT & DRINK

Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston


May 2017

Bring on the magnolia blooms! This month, Magnolia grandiflora’s immense flowers open, filling the air with...


May 2017

Special-event blooms spread happiness for more than a single evening thanks to rEvent


May 2017

In the 1700s, locals flocked to alfresco concerts in The Orange Garden


May 2017

Local drummer Brandon Brooks boosts the local music scene with Jyve


May 2017 PEOPLE

For a poignant, action-packed read, pick up Michel Stone’s new Border Child


April 2017

Green Roof Outfitters puts plants to work in high places


April 2017 STYLE AND SHOPPING

Step into spring with these fabulous home and fashion accessories


April 2017 HOUSE & GARDEN

What’s happening this month?


April 2017 HOUSE & GARDEN

The high-climbing flame lily brings intense color to the garden


April 2017

One of Charleston’s well-known retailers, M. Dumas & Sons, celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.


April 2017 EAT & DRINK

Turmeric, a staple spice in Asian cuisine, adds color and flavor to local dishes


April 2017 EAT & DRINK

Bold, nutty pesto sauce pops on a springtime plate—you can spread it on pizza, toss it with pasta, or spin it as a...


April 2017 EAT & DRINK

Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest food and beverage openings in Charleston


April 2017

With an intricate design featuring swords and spears, the famed Sword Gate at 32 Legare Street isn’t quite what you’...


April 2017

Meet the local company elevating the short-term rental experience


April 2017

After her run to the French Open quarterfinals last summer and a recent win over No. 4 seeded Simona Halep at the...


April 2017 ARTS & EVENTS

Robert Marks kicked off a career in writing randy novels with 1971’s The Trembling of a Leaf


April 2017 HOUSE & GARDEN

From their downtown single house and courtyard garden, Monica and Ken Seeger adopt an inclusive entertaining policy...