Find out how the purple berry has been used to keep bugs at bay
Learn the long history of Shutes Folly and Castle Pinckney
And why the raptors like to make their nests in the Lowcountry
You can't keep a good hull down
Created in 1903 on the upper west side of the Charleston peninsula, Hampton Park is the city’s largest park. The 61-...
Find out why they're so hard to catch
Learn more about this familiar Carolina native
Charleston is famous for its multi-steepled skyline and with some 400 houses of worship on the peninsula alone, one can...
Why the once rare birds are increasingly being spotted in Charleston
The colorful flower has deep roots in the Lowcountry