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Carolina Day might just be the biggest holiday you’ve never heard of.

It’s kind of a big deal amongst the locals, who celebrate it this weekend.  Carolina Day is June 28th, although tomorrow  - Saturday, June 27th  -  is when area doings take place.  More...

A couple new installments of Lowcountry virtual events are taking place this week, and they’re worth a look.

As I covered in previous blogs, people and entities have gotten downright creative in bringing their performances, events and information from a distance to folks still...

This week saw another mini milestone: area waterparks and the Charleston City Market open once again.

With the COVID crisis, pretty much everything experienced a shutdown of sorts.  The last couple months have seen a gradual reopening, as government authorities announce new phases in effect....

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, better known as SCDNR, is sponsoring a fun webinar series called, “Bringing the Outside In.”  In their words, it provides “ways to connect to the outdoors while staying indoors!”  What a perfect idea for these COVID days.

As...

If you’re looking for something fun for kids to do  -  or folks of any age, for that matter  -  you might want to check out SCDNR’s virtual summer camp program.  It’s a great way to learn more about nature, from the safety and comfort...

If you need something fun to pass the time and stimulate the brain, try your hand at some Charleston trivia.

Trivia nights at area bars and restaurants are a fun and popular craze.  At least they were before the coronavirus quarantine hit.  It’s rather amazing...

Today marks the official reopening of Fort Sumter.  This comes as national parks across the nation undergo a gradual reopening process.

Of course, Fort Sumter is where the Civil War began.  It’s a standard must-do on the classic Charleston visitor’s list.  A trip to Fort...

It’s been a spring like no other, but fortunately things are looking up, with more businesses reopening each day.

It’s now officially peak season.  Our Isle of Palms luxury rentals are fully open.  Similarly, more and more local entities are opening their doors, including restaurants,...

The official stats are in, and the Isle of Palms has been deemed to be the safest city in South Carolina.

This important accolade is determined by the good folks at SafeWise, who track safety and security issues around the country.

It marks the third...

In these days of COVID, it’s good to look for the silver linings  -  one of which is access to free concerts.

Performing artists are having to get particularly creative in these days of social distancing and quarantine.  As I covered in that last ...

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