The City Magazine Since 1975
* indicates required


One Mount Pleasant basket maker says the Uplift Makers program inspired her to keep up the art form

This year, for the first time, the parade ended at the International African American Museum


What's in Store: Gold Creations

Classic Charleston Tea Party with Gold Creations.
Founded in 1975 by Glenn and Vicki Wolfe, Gold Creations has been selling jewelry and covetable treasures in the Charleston City Market ever since. Shop Gold Creations @


How the late coach's son is continuing his legacy today

Plus, Little Palmetto Pearl brings The Beaufort Bonnet Company to Mount Pleasant

These local companies were each born from a cool idea and helped along with capital, business savvy, and a bit of...

“A Winter Wonderland in Color: Snow Scenes of Charleston” showcases colorized historical images using AI technology...

Eat clean in 2022 with these recipes from 90 percent plant-based chef and Plante Pâtissière owner Cynthia Groseclose...

Up your glam this season with head-turning styles from local stores

Plus, learn about the new jewelry she plans to introduce in the New Year

Plus, a Georgia-based interior design firm expands to Charleston

James Hewlette and Jordan Kruse filled their foursquare with color and family heirlooms

Charleston’s own biscuit maven releases a new cookbook focused on family dinners

Read about her seasonal creations, such as persimmon sticky toffee pudding with cream cheese ice cream

The severe winter weather event brough four inches of snow to Charleston and reported temperatures of 7°F

See decorated doorways, marvelous mantelpieces, and sparkly lights galore

Molly and George Greene founded the nonprofit in 2001 with the mission that all people have access to safe drinking...

See her latest work at December‘s ”Mixtape” show at Meyer Vogl Gallery

Find out how the club is designed to help members achieve a work-life balance

Plus Thanksgiving centerpiece and advent wreath workshops from Julia Deckman Studio

Local gift ideas for guys and gals, toddlers and teens, and everyone in between

Guests can enjoy all-you-can-eat barbecue prepared three ways: classic, Texas, and "New School"

Try buttery, briny cornmeal-fried oysters and more at the former Park Cafe