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Of course the thing on everyone’s mind right now is the Coronavirus, or COVID-19.  News alerts are coming down the pike at a rapid pace.

Colleges are postponing students’ return to campus after spring break and urging online classwork instead.  Cancellations include March Madness, the...

Charleston is no stranger to “best of" lists, and once again it’s been named the #1 city in the latest poll.

You can add it to the Holy City’s long list of accolades.

The latest is from Southern Living, the arbiter of all things below...

You and your friends are invited to a music video shoot, right here on the Isle of Palms!

It’s not every day that one can be immortalized on video for posterity.  But this weekend is your chance.

The Windjammer is an Isle of...

The Isle of Palms sponsors a number of events throughout the year, and this weekend it’s Front Beach Fest.

More about that in a minute.

Just a quick reminder that the time is here for the Charleston Wine + Food Festival, going on...

The James Beard Awards recognize the best in everything restaurant and food-related across the country.  In a nutshell, they are the Oscars of the culinary world.

James Beard was a famous U.S. chef, cookbook author, founder of a cooking school, host of the first cooking...

Today is Mardi Gras, but the celebration stretches into the weekend with Mardi Crawl 2020 on Shem Creek.  It’s a festive time for a good cause.

In fact, their tagline is, “Party with a Purpose.”

Yes, this Saturday, February 29th  -  aka “Leap Day” ...

Mardi Gras is this coming Tuesday, February 25th.  Although this is not New Orleans, that doesn’t mean the Lowcountry doesn’t know how to celebrate it.

An interesting side note: visitors to the area often describe Charleston as “a clean New Orleans.”

The biggest area celebration...

Spring must be around the corner, because the Spoleto Auction is live online, and camellias are in their last month.

This past weekend’s SEWE was a smashing success.  Official numbers aren’t in yet, but by personal observation there were record crowds.  Or at the...

This weekend is filled with plenty of things other than SEWE and Valentine’s, and it even offers up a polar plunge.

First up, it’s the Great Backyard Bird Count.

If you like watching birds, this weekend you can do it to your heart’s content AND...

This weekend is Valentine’s weekend, which around these parts generally means it’s SEWE time once again.

The beloved wildlife festival kicks off this Friday  - Valentine’s Day itself   -  and lasts through Sunday, February 16th.

The Lowcountry is host to a slew of festivals, like...

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