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Flashback

April 2021
Read about the station, designed by architect and preservationist Albert Simons

February 2021
Rich soil and a railroad made Meggett a major agricultural hub

January 2021
Once on the outskirts of town, a building at the intersection of Calhoun is now part of the urban core

November 2020
Learn about the Charleston Junior League’s bestselling tome of Lowcountry cuisine

September 2020
JKF had a fling with a suspected spy there

August 2020
First year students are glad the ritual is gone

July 2020
A toast to the engineering marvel and now iconic landmark

June 2020

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January 2020
This month marks two years since the Holy City was most recently covered in snow, and it rings in 250 years for the...

December 2019

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June 2019
A brief history of the Lowcountry's longest-running regatta

March 2019

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November 2018
In 1917, the United States entered World War I, and almost immediately things began to change around Charleston Harbor.

September 2018
Despite the danger and boatloads of trouble that storms have unleashed upon the Holy City in the past, locals try not...

July 2018
On July 4, 1976, the United States had one heck of a birthday, and South Carolina didn’t miss the party

April 2018
Since azaleas were introduced to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, their springtime explosion has given way to boundless...

August 2017
On August 21, incoming freshmen at College of Charleston will pass under the arch of Porter’s Lodge (pictured here...

July 2017
The image was taken by Morton Brailsford Paine, a local photographer during the ’30s and ’40s, and the young girl...