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The Spectator Hotel, known for luxury and travel awards, can now add cuisine and cocktails to its growing list of accolades. Guests and visitors alike can now nosh on light bights complemented by expertly crafted cocktails in the hotel's bar just off the lobby.

“The aesthetic is bowing down and respectful of the bones of the house and architecture. It has a traditional feel, but the modern aspects make it young and fresh. It still feels like Charleston.”

August 26th and August 27th are about to be wild... maybe even sinful.

Art + Food? My two favorite things in one event- sign me up!

A couple years ago one of my closest friends died over the Martin Luther King Day weekend.

When I began driving for Uber this fall, I received advice from numerous sources on how to succeed, make a ton of money, and most importantly remain safe. However, no one informed me of how crazy my passengers can be. The following series chronicles weird, hilarious, and scarily true moments I have experienced as an Uber driver.

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.

Mike Grabman takes a road trip across the Southern United States along with his wife and child.

Blogger Kelly Amendola of A Lovely Life explores Charleston from a visitor's perspective.

Check out this secret North Carolina mountain getaway before it is discovered. I'm letting the cat out of the bag.

The Gibbes Museum and Society 1858 announce their latest $10K prize winner—weaving evocative hair extensions into questions of race, history, culture, and the fiber arts.

The local steakhouses of Charleston are about to get a little competition with the addition of Ruth's Chris, a nationally known chain. How will the addition of this chain affect downtown. Let us know.

Get connected and celebrate how the social media revolution has changed almost every aspect of our lives with National Social Media Day at The Alley. Bowling, bowling, Twitter, what more do you want?

As if it wasn't cool enough Mike Birbiglia is coming to Charleston Music Hall, but our own Hunter Gardner got a chance to interview him and hear what's inspired him from the beginning in his career.

If, as Abrishami claims, black & white is reality and dream life is drenched in color, play, drinking, and the like... then the latter was my Saturday night at Vendue Inn's artist dinner

To round out our salty countdown series, Grit's added "Best Summer Town in America" to Charleston's list of accolades. No kidding, see for yourself... Plus SMART shark avoidance tips you need

The guy who clicks LIKE when your husband leaves you, the unabashed narcissists, the Toddlers & Tiaras parents... Here it is, the TOP 5 things nobody wants to see on Facebook, but already has...

Fish don't care whether you show up in a PFG Columbia Fishing shirt with mosquito repellent in the fabric or a tank top, with a $20 lure or a $3-buck can of worms—they'll bite when they bite

Andy Griffith and his fictitious North Carolina town offer a lesson in how we ought to stop waiting, start doing, and understand what reality really is—hunting down the "good" story in our own lives

A family reunion, summer camp-style—complete with basketball, climbing walls, fishing derbies, and fireworks—serves as a good reminder of how to live year-round