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A Charleston native, John Ondo helms the Ocean Course’s restaurant at Kiawah Island Golf Resort

Try the much-touted French fare at Brasserie La Banque or go New York-style with Bodega brunch offerings

The theater trailblazers retreat to Avondale after the curtain falls on Queen Street 

Find out how one of the trailblazers gave back to her community

Learn how the Charleston market has evolved for start-ups during the past decade


What's in Store

Six Hours at Freshfields Village
When you get that spring fashion itch, venture Freshfields Village, where Lowcountry meets high style. Here, local stylist Andrea Serrano walks us through a few of her favorite shops in the Village.


An avowed arts enthusiast goes to Monster Jam

The prolific painter will unveil his first comprehensive exhibition of small pieces in more than a decade this month...

Discover changes coming to Spoleto Festival USA, College of Charleston School of the Arts, Charleston Gaillard...

Discover a road map to more than 300 artist studios, galleries, and other cultural points of interest across the 25-...

Embrace spring with these fanciful finds

Nathan Durfee finds a new setting for his paintings and family in Wagener Terrace

Check out our local picks for feminine white dresses with bridal vibes

Plus, Haegur: A Maker’s Post is opening on Sulilvan’s Island

James Island native Nicole Rubin returns home to usher in a new era for one of downtown Charleston’s most storied...

How she settled on a mobile concept and developed the recipes for her mouth-watering sourdough bagels

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs connect farmers directly to consumers

Embrace spring with these fanciful finds  

Read about the opportunities she sees in the museum’s educational programming and how she’s navigating the...

See more images in “Charleston in Sports: A Photographic History, 1890s-1960s” on view in the Lowcountry Image...

See their local projects and find out how they’re encouraging more large-scale works

Sold! The mother of three has an eye for the “Palm Beach chic” furniture styles that her Instagram followers love to...

James Newhard works to discover Charleston’s past and clues to its future

Get involved at the nonprofit’s Bocce Bash fundraiser in April

Colonial Lake has been designated for public use and recreation since the British ruled Charleston

Check out sleek midcentury furnishings blended with vintage chandeliers, and a curated art collection

Go behind the scenes for peeks into the Mary Poppins-inspired set design—including a menagerie of chickens, piglets...

Revisit the Farm’s beginnings as a renegade club, the countless bands who struck a chord there, and many rocking...

The F&B veteran and founder of Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. talks “A Small and Simple Thing” and an upcoming fashion...

Our taste-and-tell guide to some of the latest and most noteworthy food-and-beverage offerings 

Discover why the artist is at a turning point and how she landed on Folly Beach

“Fur & Frost: Carolina Winters” will be on view in the Historic Textiles Gallery through April