by Suzannah Smith Miles The first written record of the islands known as Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms and Dewees Island is found in a 1679 grant for mainland property described as abutting the “great
The story starts with Stinky.
by Hastings Hensel and Captain Ben Floyd In a city so steeped in history that you can visit 18th century rice plantations, take carriage rides down cobblestone streets, wonder at a live oak tree that’s
Vacation can be much more than a trip to the beach. Pull out your cameras as the whole family zips through a forest tree canopy, spots dolphins in Charleston Harbor, reels in a big one,
We take a look into some of the best cocktails around Isle of Palms and Sullivan's Island.
Designed by renowned golf architects and set in the unparalleled beauty of the Lowcountry, the courses on the Mt. Pleasant side of the Cooper River all make for an outstanding day of golf. What are
By Hastings Hensel Above a crowd of nearly one hundred spectators, and against the backdrop of a cloudless blue sky, the Harris’ Hawk soared. From its vantage point, the bird presumably could have viewed the
Writing and beach item photography by Judy Drew Fairchild Walking along a Lowcountry beach is an exercise in beauty – sun glinting off the water; the ebb and flow of waves on the shore; pelicans
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...
The culinary renaissance in downtown Charleston has grown, gained momentum from the farm-to-table concept and just keeps on rolling. And much like the more famous Renaissance (the after-the-Middle-Ages one), this movement has crossed borders and thankfully knows how to swim – or drive over a bridge...