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While everyone is worried about the bars closing at 12, let's not forget this local young gun that's accomplished more in middle school than some adults have. Watch out Bill Gates.

Have you ever wondered what to do when it comes to entertaining guests? Here's your chance to learn new recipes, and what to do with the food once you've cooked it from two Charleston experts.

Here's a draft of a new recipe for my upcoming cookbook, "The French Cook: Soups and Stews," out fall 2014. The brilliant red, white, and green hues of this soup make it a perfect Christmas starter

Ditch the traditional pie this Thanksgiving and serve up a decadent—and oh so easy—tart. With peanut butter, marshmallow fluff, whipped cream, and chocolate, it's a Reese's lover's dream come true

Seriously, though: just because it's (kind of) getting cooler, you don't have to accept the onset of pasty skin season. Here are three quick tips for keeping a healthy, sexy, seasonal glow

Easy to make (just throw it in a crock pot), easy to serve (either in lettuce wraps or a soup bowl), full of flavor, and low in carbs, this pot roast is a keeper. Recipe here...

Butternut squash, kale, Brussels sprouts, and crisp apples... grab these farmers market faves this weekend for a top-notch autumn pizza and some savory sprouts (aaaah, fall...)

Guys, today is National Cheeseburger Day. Before you get out there and order yours, take a look at 10 of the top burger spots in Charleston and vote for your fave. UPDATED! See the winner here!

Anyone with me in thinking that pets are more than playmates or something to feed? Here's a look at the animals—pigs, goats, and cows included—that have seasoned my life with love and joy

Where Lebron stands post Finals—and just as important, what a trio of elderly women in straw hats and drinking apple martinis at Red's had to say about him

Folks, we have a hell of a weekend ahead of us.... One. Hell. Of. A. Weekend. Here’s to Uncle John and his Wolverines, the Bridge Run, and a Beilein sweep of them both (sort of)

...A pot. Gorgeous and more dependable than many people I know, my Le Creuset Dutch oven's what I reach for when delicious food's in order—like this Braised Pork and Apple Stew! Read on for the recipe

"Meat and Three...glasses of wine" could be the theme for this 2013 Charleston Wine + Food Festival. Here's a peek at my Cypress-Grocery-Lee Bros.-Lata-Booze Cruise weekend whirlwind, plus more

After juicing just about every fruit or veggie out there over the past week, I've made my decision. Here are my thoughts about this new "health" fad (plus a recipe for the Green Juice pictured here!)

Why are we showing the world our food? What UNIVERSE are we in with all the "selfies?" I emailed 20 or 30 people and asked what they consider the worst offenses. Here's the first, horrifying half:

A new spot for writers of all walks (and a video of Bill Murray at Manhattan's Poets House) to nudge you down that path of literary... something. Poetry, fiction, a few minutes with pen and paper

And no, I don't mean steroids. I've been debating lately whether or not to jump on the fruit juicing bandwagon, so I've decided to give it a go. But first, my reservations on the topic:

Only 3% think Charleston's dating pool is "well-stocked?" And a whopping 70% average just one or fewer dates per month? If you're single (or thankful not to be), you've got to read this

Did anyone else read this and feel a jolt of entrepreneurial, get-up-and-do-it energy? Here's why this blog resonates in a city like ours...

"We each held our paper and pens, our smiles, ideas, and naïveté...." A Charleston entrepreneur's story that just might inspire us all to dream a little bigger, work a little harder... imagine more