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After touring Charleston’s historic sites and art galleries, and enjoying some good southern cooking, it’s time to get out on the water!

It's a magical night in Awendaw at the Center for Birds of Prey's annual event Bird Song. Musical artists performed in an outdoor arena while owls hoo-ed sweetly in the background.

The Charleston Museum's Annual Family Picnic invites families to the Dill Sanctuary for an afternoon of festivities. A Sunday well spent, even when kids sort of freak me out.

In the first issue of "Meta Mag," local artists and poets explore the theme of mental illness.

Activists Andrea Boyd, Alison Sher, and Sarah Swingle weigh in on what it means to be a compassionate activist, how to make an impact, and how to get started.

Making bisque the right way isn't for the faint of heart, but the results are well worth the work, and it can be in stages. This is about the most beautiful crab bisque you will ever savor.

I've got 10 great ideas for the green thumbs on your list—we're talking garden totes made from up-cycled sails to South Carolina-made garden sculptures, plus details on a wreath market THIS Saturday

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

I attended an annual plant sale recently and got a peek at a wonderful selection of native plants. I'll tell you all about that, plus why planting natives makes life easier

Have you ever thought about these mysterious entertainers? You can sometimes find one on King Street, between Calhoun and Market, but is it a true art form or sidewalk game of pretend? I asked one...

This is what I get for watching daytime television: a barrel of tears and a weighty question. Is who we AREN'T just as important as who we are?

Are you just going to stick with the same old routine, same rules, same boundaries? Just imagine what you could do if you kicked away your comfort zone (one small nudge at a time...)

See Andre Dubus III, the bestselling author of House of Sand and Fog, TONIGHT as part of Ashley Hall's Visiting Writers Series (ATTN aspiring writers: you'll want to read this...)

The mischievous spirits of Charleston’s past: This one bunked with me in an old South-of-Broad Victorian for a year—smoking, throwing rocks, and generally testing the bounds of Southern decorum

Does your citrus plant look like this? Here's the scoop on the moth behind this mess and how to handle the pest

With one out of every two marriages failing, it might be time to regroup: here are 5 things that need shoring up before you tie the knot, even if it's the next time around....

Not today, not even close. Instead, we're wringing our hands over domestic drilling's POSSIBLE negative impact on wildlife (not foreign oil's known impact on our economy and security)

Bees that send me to cursing at church cookouts, horror stories starring our pet hamsters, and those darn green lizards—my unfortunate run-ins with the animal kingdom

Max's beloved, brilliant creator goes head to head with our own King of the Wild Things, Stephen Colbert, in this "duel of eyebrows" interview segment

Not a touchy-feely person? Some might call you a "cold fish?" Without some good old-fashioned human contact, you may be missing out on an all-important link to the world around you