Weddings, Lowcountry Style

Charleston, a city known for its elegance, architecture and Southern hospitality, has become a top wedding destination for brides around the world. It’s nicknamed the Holy City because of its early history of religious tolerance, as well as the prevalence of churches – although inside a church is definitely not the only place to have a wedding ceremony in Charleston...

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Pirates, Buried Treasure and the Mysterious Mr. Poe

"The island is a very singular one,” wrote Edgar Allan Poe in the opening paragraph of his story of buried pirate’s treasure, The Gold Bug. “It consists of little else than sea sand, and is about three miles long. Its breadth at no point exceeds a quarter of a mile. It is separated from the main land by a scarcely perceptible creek, oozing its way through a wilderness of reeds and slime, a favorite resort for the marsh hen.”...

Pirates, Buried Treasure and the Mysterious Mr. Poe2018-01-19T11:44:58+00:00

Best Golf Holes East of the Cooper

Designed by renowned golf architects and set in the natural beauty of the Lowcountry, the courses on the Mt. Pleasant side of the Cooper River all make for an excellent day of golf, whether you’re playing the game of your life or just having one of those days. But what are the “must-play” holes? Here are the answers from the four best courses closest to Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island...

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Making Memories: Best Kid Friendly Activities for 2016

Vacation can be much more than a trip to the beach. Pull out your cameras as the whole family races down water slides, catches Jaws, explores an uninhabited barrier island, enjoys a cookout on the beach, hangs ten, soars 600 feet over the Atlantic, visits a hospital for sea turtles or learns about Lowcountry history...

Making Memories: Best Kid Friendly Activities for 20162018-01-19T11:44:58+00:00

A Walk on the Beach

Everyone enjoys a relaxing walk on the beach, but not many people are able to name or know much about the fascinating shells and other items they discover on their walks. Here are a few you might be curious about. See how many you can find! And if you come across live specimens, be sure to put them back in the ocean...

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