Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is paradise. But even paradise has a price, and it’s called sugar ants. Formally known as `Camponotus Consobrinus`, these pesky pests […]
Why can’t you walk? Lindsay David use to toil over this question and fumble with words when responding to curious children and apprehensive adults, but her son Miller, who … Read Full Post »
With so many backyard pools at homes in Palm Beach and Martin County, Florida, it is not surprising that the Sunshine State ranks among the nation’s highest in … Read Full Post »
Palm Beach County developers are putting great plans into motion for developing the western part of the county, with several newly proposed projects in the works. Here’s a look at … Read Full Post »
A 4,612-square-foot manor in Kiawah Island Club’s private Cassique enclave has been put on the market for the first time. Built in 2004 at 158 Nicholas Carteret Circle, the English … Read Full Post »
After acquiring Parkshore Centre on One Poston Road, a group of doctors at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Physicians has announced plans to move at least 300 … Read Full Post »
Charleston’s new mayor John Tecklenburg is taking over the office from America’s longest-serving sitting mayor. How will he execute his transition, and what are his plans for the Holy City?
It’s time to get into the holiday spirit! Find out which local Charleston holiday performances you and your family can’t miss this year!
Want to cook up something a little out of the ordinary for your holiday feast this year? Why not look up this Lowcountry local who’s made a living selling unusual meats?
Although the American Thanksgiving cultural myth is based around a dinner shared by the Pilgrims of Massachusetts and Native Americans, the first Thanksgiving in America was actually celebrated in Florida by Spanish settlers in St. Augustine.
Looking for hip new spot in the Market Street area of Charleston? Check out the brand new 5Church Charleston!
Why can’t you walk? Lindsay David use to toil over this question and fumble with words when responding to curious children and apprehensive adults, but her son Miller, who was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) when he was 15 months old, simply states: “My muscles don’t work sometimes, so instead of walking I […]
Home Team BBQ in Charleston is opening a new location downtown in 2016, and they’re preparing by launching a new menu format and cocktail program. The new menu has been expanded to include things like pork belly and house-cured hams, while the new cocktail program will feature some hard-to-find and rare bourbons, scotches, Irish whiskeys, […]
Saturday, December 5th will see the 2nd annual Homegrown Holiday Bazaar hit Charleston at the home of Johns Island Farmers Market. There will be a ton of local vendors present to help you finish up your holiday shopping. Not only that, but you’ll also find a silent auction, pony rides, arts and crafts, and more! […]
Charleston’s Waterfront Park will be renamed in honor of Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr., it was announced last week. The Charleston City Council unanimously approved the decision last Tuesday out of a desire to honor Charleston’s mayor of forty years for his “dedication to the pursuit of excellence and beauty and his untiring zeal to […]
Can’t get enough Charleston BBQ? Chef Roland Feldman at Smoke BBQ opened his doors this summer and has been serving up lunch, dinner, and late-night food, but now he’s adding brunch. What’s brunch at an elevated barbecue restaurant like? Plenty of brisket and grits, waffles, sandwiches, and more. Check out the menu below! Read the […]