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Zero George’s sister restaurant opened on the ground floor of The Jasper apartment building late last year


Plus, Timeless boutique brings preloved designer handbags and watches to King Street


After she moved, the mansion become a guesthouse that hosted the elite and she remained the talk of the town


The business center hosts its Influential Women’s Breakfast on March 6


Find the collection online or at Hampden, Me Time Botanicals, and Local Love CHS


See Matsuda’s work at two shows this month: One at Redux and the other at Hed Hi Studio


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Charleston’s oldest family-owned jewelry store, Croghan’s Jewel Box specializes in estate jewelry and silver as well as cutting-edge designs.

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Proceeds from the January 20 Charleston Half-Marathon benefit the organization



Bachman arrived in Charleston in January 1815 and befriendsed naturalist John James Audubon



How a bachelor beach shack became one Atlanta couple’s forever home



Read about their generosity, reliability, grace, creativity, harmony, determination, optimism, integrity, faith, and...



Lola Rose delivers wood-fired pizza and from-scratch pasta with a neighborhood feel



Think rockin’ accessories, Art Deco inspo, and colorful gems for Christmas time



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Zimmerman released SPACEPRINT in October under the name Invisible Low End Power



The holidays are the busiest time of the year for Lowery Brands’ United Monograms, which sells personalized clothing...



There are six special holiday performances at the Circular Congregational Church in December



Don’t miss the nonprofit’s Big Lowcountry Boil fundraiser in December



Find our locally scouted picks for sterling party-ready styles



The blogger and her husband recently launched a new podcast called “Just Ignore It”



Plus, shop local at this month’s holiday markets



For College of Charleston graduate Katy Dew Amling and her husband, Jeff, a prismatic palette and touch of colonial...



Then read about the Gibbes Museum of Art’s exhibition, “Something Terrible May Happen” displaying his work



The Maybank Highway spot fills a niche with a nostalgic menu 



Diners at the new restaurant will find similar flavors to those at Zero George



Rucker’s latest album is named after his late mother, who was a nurse at MUSC



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