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Capturing the style, character & beauty of Charleston & the Lowcountry, Charleston magazine has been a distinctive voice & presence in the area for 36 years.
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Charleston Magazine Nov 16
Baker & the Farmer's Claire Aitken knows how to turn up the drama on holiday desserts. This squash pie is creamy and crunchy all at once Full recipe here: 📹:
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Charleston Magazine Nov 14
In the spring of 2017, the kitchen house of the Nathaniel Russell House was simply Lauren Northup's office. The director of museums couldn't have fathomed that groundbreaking discoveries would be found within its walls 🎥:
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Charleston Magazine Oct 26
It was around seven years ago when the guinea fowl first showed up on Lamboll Street. Where they came from no one knows, but there's no denying the South of Broad neighbors love them
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Charleston Magazine Oct 10
At this year’s , the mag also received honorable mentions in three categories for our special Eclipse section, Overall Editorial Excellence, and "Free Wheelin' Fun" section. Cheers to our hardworking team, and another thanks to our readers!
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Charleston Magazine Oct 10
We’re thrilled to announce that Charleston mag received two at last night’s ceremony! We are honored to be recognized for our February 2018 issue and our Instagram. Huge thanks to our readers!
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Charleston Magazine Oct 5
Join in the fight against cancer at this special fundraising event in honor of Cooper River Bridge Run director (and longtime friend of Charleston mag) Julian Smith III, who is currently battling glioblastoma. Details here:
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Charleston Magazine Oct 5
Fueled by personal tragedy, has made it his mission to end domestic violence through his organization, Men Against Domestic Violence. The nonprofit hosts its Stop the Violence “Save a Life” rally this Saturday. Full article here:
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Charleston Magazine Oct 3
This Friday and Saturday, Charleston Arts Festival debuts Dance Lab's original piece, "Poe: A Play in the Dark" at Queen Street Playhouse. We sat down with Dance Lab owner and CAF dance director Jenny Broe to get the scoop on the show. Full article:
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Charleston Magazine Oct 2
Put your knowledge to the test! Here's this week’s question, presented by : where did our nation’s first president stay when he visited the Holy City on his Southern Tour? First to reply with the answer wins a one-year subscription.
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Charleston Magazine Sep 28
Mount Holly native and Harvard professor fills us in on bringing Gullah to the Ivy League, and why we should all lean in a little closer. Read full article here: Video by
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Charleston Magazine Sep 27
Sale alert! Get a full year of Charleston for just $16.95—check it out at .
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Charleston Magazine Sep 26
With October just around the corner, here's an inside look at the making of our feature, starring on location at Poplar Grove. Special thanks to behind the camera and the rest of the talented crew. Full feature here:
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Charleston Magazine Sep 26
Magnolia opened to the public in 1870, Middleton in the late 1920s, Cypress Gardens in 1932, Boone Hall in 1956, and Drayton Hall in 1977. Congrats and —look out for a message!
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Charleston Magazine Sep 25
We’re back with this week’s Trivia Tuesday question, brought to you by ! Do you know when Charleston's plantation gardens opened to the public? First to reply with the answer will receive a one-year subscription to the magazine.
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Charleston Magazine Sep 21
Happy birthday to the one and only ! In honor of the beloved “Director of Fun,” we want to hear your best Bill Murray story. Share your craziest encounters, and tag . 📷: Extra Innings with Bill Murray and Brian Doyle-Murray
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Charleston Magazine Sep 19
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Charleston Magazine Sep 18
We're back for Trivia Tuesday, presented by . Do you know how Rainbow Row came to be? First to reply with the correct answer wins a one-year subscription to Charleston mag!
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Charleston Magazine Sep 13
As Florence approaches, Charleston Magazine editor-at-large Stephanie Hunt offered her insights to . Read on here:
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Charleston Magazine Sep 5
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Charleston Magazine Sep 4
Time for another Trivia Tuesday, presented by . According to tradition, what time should Holy City dinner bells ring? First to reply with the correct answer wins a one-year subscription to Charleston mag.
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