On the eve of the Gibbes Museum of Art exhibition “Anna Heyward Taylor: Intrepid Explorer,” take a look into the...
John’s Islander Mary May has carved out her dream career
A local nonprofit races against time—and cancer
The founder of Kwei Fei—pop-up phenom-turned brick-and-mortar—dishes on developing Charleston’s Sichuan palate
After a barrier-breaking career, North Charleston’s indomitable Johanna Martin-Carrington is still breaking new ground...
Mount Holly native Sunn m’Cheaux is back in school, teaching the Gullah language at Harvard
William Bates teaches classical architecture to today’s craftsmen
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A 12-year-old partnership between two cultures is transforming one African village
Contemporary artist William Halsey nurtured the city as an educator for more than 40 years.
Charleston’s growth has been a boon for, and in part driven by, its creative community. The return of festival season...
Take a peek into Julia Deckman’s vibrant world
The Charleston Jazz Academy nurtures improv skills and elevates musicianship among all ages
With an eye toward the future as much as the past, Historic Charleston Foundation’s outgoing CEO, Katharine “Kitty”...
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An unexpected offer prompts one busy family—two docs, two kids, and one pup (who runs the show)—to create an...
Activism, art, and a flood of urgency inform and awaken the work of Mary Edna Fraser
Charles Gaines’s mathematically based grids reject the idea that art must be a function of personal expression
Get the scoop on Slow Food Charleston, serving up its Snail Awards on April 13
Jazz musician Robert Lewis discusses his career as a performer, composer, and educator
A new album, a new baby, and a new take on some old-as-the-hillbillies rock ’n’ roll truths keep Charleston’s favorite...
Tina Hirsig creates space for her own artistic practice despite a hectic schedule as wife, mom, and teacher
Listened to a Spoleto Festival USA concert in the last two decades? It’s likely that John Kennedy had a hand in its...
A far-reaching Farm-to-School Initiative based at College of Charleston helps kids nourish their minds and bodies alike
Speaking with poet, teacher, and Holy City Youth Slam founder Matthew Foley
Building Skills Now trains valuable new workers.
Activist and educator DR. MILLICENT BROWN was a “first child” to integrate Charleston public schools in 1963 and today...
Long before spinning and CrossFit became all the rage, Janis Newton was making a career out of helping others get fit