From their downtown single house and courtyard garden, Monica and Ken Seeger adopt an inclusive entertaining policy
On April 7 and 8, Old Towne Creek County Park blooms into a gardener’s paradise: the 16th annual Plantasia, organized...
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Jazz musician Robert Lewis discusses his career as a performer, composer, and educator
Timothy Banks illustrates a whimsical world in children’s books, magazines, apps, and more
Wilma Maiers is ready to decorate her walking cane and don her Christmas tree hat to make the Holy City holidays all...
A new album, a new baby, and a new take on some old-as-the-hillbillies rock ’n’ roll truths keep Charleston’s favorite...
Chamber Music Charleston’s Sandra Nikolajevs marks the nonprofit’s 10th anniversary with a trip to Carnegie Hall
Ahead of its premiere June 4, Carrie Mae Weems discusses her Spoleto Festival USA production
The Footlight Players award the first Anthony Aston Honors this month
Listened to a Spoleto Festival USA concert in the last two decades? It’s likely that John Kennedy had a hand in its...
Ninety years after the untimely death of Edmund Thornton Jenkins, Spoleto Festival USA premieres his unfinished...
Artist Jonathan Green brings a colorful dose of African cultural authenticity to the Spoleto stage
For prolific artist Richard ''Duke'' Hagerty, a four-decade retrospective of his wild surrealist paintings is just...
Attorney-turned-celebrated-conductor Ken Lam takes the helm of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra
A Charleston native reflects on the evolution of local philanthropy
How do you define “luxury”? Perhaps it’s an occasional indulgence, or a unique experience, or even something...
To commemorate Charleston’s 40th anniversary, we honor 40 influential people and groups whose vision, passion, focus,...
Preservation Society executive director Kristopher King seeks to dovetail the past with progress in his favorite city
Whether creating fine art sculptures or in-demand tableware, Fiorenzo Berardozzi trusts in the beauty of wabi sabi
No boat or mountain house? Fake it til you make it with these tips
Each Memorial Day, the Charleston Men’s Chorus honors fallen heroes with an always-sold-out Piccolo Spoleto concert
Passion, lust, and revenge heat up the modern-day premiere of a Baroque opera last performed in the early 1650s
As he heads down the homestretch, Mayor Riley seems to be gaining steam. He may need it
A young creative couple infuses their Charleston single house with a stripped-down contemporary aesthetic that...
May 29, College of Charleston Cistern Yard, George St., Thursday, 9 p.m. $30-$50
May 26, TD Arena, 301 Meeting St., Monday, 7 p.m., $45-$65
May 31 & June 1-3, 5-8, Memminger Auditorium, 56 Beaufain St. Days & times vary. $25-$65