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BY: Stephanie Hunt
I wonder what Webb Woodrow from 706 Greene Avenue in Brooklyn is up to these days?   I wonder if he has any idea he's part of one of the best art exhibits I've ever seen in Charleston, at...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
James Bond and David Beckham have gone back to their high-speed lifestyles. The Queen has returned to practicing her smile—a little too late, I’m afraid. Mitt Romney has fled London to insult others...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
I cannot think of one aspect of life in Charleston, South Carolina, that is not affected, enriched, enlivened, or indebted to what we so cavalierly refer to as “the arts.”   Maybe if we called...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
BLOG OF THE WEEK: With help from a well-worth-a-second-read quote from the late Nora Ephron, Stephanie's "Read On" post reminds us to unplug every now and then—to swap out our computer screens for...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
I am on day five of vacation, happily sequestered in the quaint smallness of Saluda, NC, land of beautiful and challenging bike rides, class 4 kayaking rapids, and a rich literary tradition--...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Anne Cleveland is on a mission. As director of the Charleston Library Society, she’s dusting off the mustiness and high-brow patina that may have attached itself over the years to the “oldest...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Last night’s Sundown Poetry series featured Katherine Williams, reading to a packed Dock Street courtyard. There’s no place more magical than that courtyard—framed in terra cotta roof tiles and old...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
The temperature shot up close to 90 today. Kids are coming home from school with much lighter backpacks—the homework wane is on and the final bell will soon ring (all-too-soon, if you ask me!)....
BY: Stephanie Hunt
Linda Fantuzzo takes a landscape and turns it into a novel—and a classic one at that—a work of art that engages and challenges you on numerous levels at one time, broadening both your mind and heart...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
You know Jennifer Berry Hawes.   She was one of the Post & Courier's best feature writers, then an award-winning columnist, and always the prettiest smile of all those smiling stamp-...
BY: Stephanie Hunt
  Now that Peeps have had their moment of fluffy artificial glory and jelly beans are half-price at CVS, it’s time to bite into something beyond a sugar high, so why not a real Whitman’s...

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