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Valerie Pearson's advice to the young people at Charleston Place? Shine, baby, shine! She shines for Hidden F&B.

Missed out on PechaKucha? We've got the recap!

Travis Meadows is a singer-songwriter with a hunger to keep going through all adversity. He's performing at the Pour House on June 26.

Best Advice a Mentor Gave You: It was my dad. When I first called and told him I was going to cook, he said, “Just remember, nobody in this industry is indispensable” It’s harsh but realistic. It keeps you humble to know that you can be replaced at any time.

This doesn’t mean we need to exchange our cowgirl boots for its more contemporary counterpart, but rather it gives us an opportunity to evolve our eardrums to music other than country.

What's coming in what we're drinking

In 2015, I was able to attend one of the coolest and most unique events Charleston had seen in a long time: Diner en Blanc.

Pancito & Lefty—Not the Name of My Gang, but With This Kind of Customer Service, I WILL Be a Regular! Struggling NYC Eateries Could Do with a Little Southern Charm and Service Style

Savannah Stopover—A Hidden Gem of a Music Festival in the South

Your weekly breakdown of the most dramatic season ever.

Your weekly breakdown of the most dramatic season ever.

Contributor Lorena Jordan learned about four fun cocktails made with champagne at The Cocktail Club's weekend cocktail classes, every Saturday at noon.

A man claiming to be The Purple One reincarnate steps into Lorena's Uber. Things got crazy.

The NRA wants gun purchases to be as easy as getting a cheeseburger—it’s more money for them and their buddies. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not anti-gun. I just want it to be harder for citizens to obtain one.

The world, as the Charmers know it, collapses. Can it be rebuilt?

It's time for the latest installment in Charleston's best drama.

For the record - the most common IV treatments given at Renew IV Spa & Walk-In Clinic are the immuno-boost and the athlete’s boost—not hangover boost, so let’s stop thinking of IV clinics as the hangover pick-me-up spot. I recommend everyone try IV therapy and the walk-in clinic at Renew IV Spa & Walk-In Clinic. Having a walk-in clinic as simple as the one at Renew is such an asset to the community, especially since it is so reasonably priced at just $64 for a history, physical examination, and any necessary prescriptions.

I've decided to take part in the Eat Local Challenge presented by Lowcountry Local First. Follow my journey through Holy City booze purveyors here.

The Savannah Stopover festival, a three-day music fest held over multiple venues in historic downtown Savannah, was a blast—and not only because of that infamous open-container law.