Be a part of an incredible evening when you choose The Black Fedora! This playhouse has hilarious mysteries where you can be a part of the act!

Your weekly breakdown of the most dramatic season ever.

The circle of life came full circle for me last week when I saved a bug.

You need to eat your grits to get off the grid.

The 33rd annual Lowcountry Oyster Festival is happening on January 31, 2016 at Boone Hall Plantation. Tickets are on sale now! Shuck, yeah.

Get out of town, but not too far! I love Charleston, but sometimes my wanderlust takes me out of it's boundaries on exploratory quest. I landed in Georgetown a few months ago and this time in Beaufort. Lots to love about the South.

The results are in! Now's your chance to pick the winner of the Charleston Grit DIY Wedding Contest.

24 days until Halloween, peoples! From balcony-chillin' skeletons and South of Broad mummies to concrete graffiti and a house-topping witches hat—here's a roundup of downtown's best holiday décor

My eldest daughter once vowed that she would never do two things: Listen to Elvis' "Blue Christmas" ever again or wear a black one-piece swimsuit. Here's how I schemed to have her to do the first

Sure, it's 75 degrees outside (making the weather somewhat frightful), but no matter... nobody does Christmas like we do

With just $12 and a bit of PINsperation, you can have yourself a new man! A new front door snowman, that is. Isn't he festive?!

I'll show you how to do it in minutes, without a ladder, hammer, suction cups, or even going outside. Just grab some wreaths and ribbon!

Here are my favorite festive, homespun Christmas decorations, plus a heads up on a new tradition I'm starting... a curated holiday yard sale on Sullivan's Island

Part One of my holiday entertaining inspiration is here: I've got good-looking tabletop ideas like mini-souffles, velvet-wrapped menu cards, and more. What will YOU do with your holiday table?

Here's how we're getting ready for Halloween at my house—just a simple front-door idea the kids love

Since my last blog, I've gotten some good questions about growing this gem. So here are some cool photos, a little history, and a quick list of tips for growing your own

Think secondhand is (sigh) old news? Think again, then check out the sleek and shapely Eames rocking chair I found in Mt. P

I asked more than 50 unmarried locals to dish on their biggest romantic turn-offs. Gentlemen, here’s what the girls had to say.