You’ve passed them on the side of the road, you’ve seen them in the Market, and perhaps even spotted a few very special ones in a museum or two. Now is your chance. Come learn how to make a sweetgrass basket.
In an attempt to educate and […]
Always giving back to the community, the Charleston RiverDogs raise awareness of worthwhile non-profits every Monday night during home games with Dogs With A Cause. Monday, September 5 at 6:00 p.m., the Charleston RiverDogs will spotlight the American College of the Building Arts. Monday’s baseball game will be […]
Join the Charleston Jaycees on Saturday, August 20 as they present the Fourth Annual Bachelor Bid Bash, a charity bachelor and bachelorette auction benefiting SC Jaycee Camp Hope. It will be held at the Music Farm, located in Downtown Charleston, and doors open at 7:00 p.m. with a live auction kicking off at […]
With days with temperatures upward of 100 degrees this summer, staying outside for too long is just too much for most kids. The South Carolina Aquarium is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon without overexerting the little ones. There is something for everyone with exhibits including Mountain Forest, Piedmont, Coastal Plain […]
Taziki’s Cafe recently opened a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant in downtown Charleston located at 306 King Street. Locally owned by restaurateurs Joe Norton, Ernie Masters and Doug Van Scoy, the partners offer a new spin on fresh, healthy lunch and dinner fare for under ten dollars.
“With the fast-paced […]
On Friday, July 29th, Society 1858 is going to bring The Big Easy to Charleston. Revelers will be transported back to 19th-century New Orleans with nostalgic music, performances by Theatre Marvelosa, classic cocktails, regional delicacies, and for those so inclined, vintage attire. The party’s inspiration is the subject matter of the upcoming Gibbes Museum […]