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With this blog I aim to illustrate the lush variety of careers that we just never learn about in school. Hats off to all the lawyers, doctors, and bankers whose careers are so vital to our society but if you are like me the idea of a job that requires a suit and a neat bun sounds about as close to a nightmare as I can imagine for myself. I am insanely lucky to be able to be creative at work everyday and meet other women who do the same. So, with that said, meet Tory.

Daddy's first Mother's Day requires a little improvisation.

The grand finale did not disappoint. Bravo.

To wear black, or not to wear black—is that not always the question?

Music always takes me to the most magical places. This time, it brought me to a quaint Parisian-influenced boutique on North Market Street.

You many know Patti, but do you know Pat? In a town where his drag persona takes center stage, Pat Patterson talks about life growing up in a small, conservative enclave and the path paved by politicians that bred in him a desire to serve. In a unique and sometimes unconventional manner, using his stage name as well as his given moniker by birth, he goes above and beyond to give back to and enrich the communities that embrace them both. The resident drag queen of Dudley's on Ann steps aside for this one-on-one interview with the man behind by the makeup.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 2/27–3/1. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Grit-worthy Charleston events 2/13–2/14. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Frantically trying to finish your holiday shopping? Andrew Peterson has the scoop on a one-stop beauty shop.

Grit-worthy events 12/12–12/14. Trust us, you'll have a blast.

Natalie Clapp talks transition: relocating from Baltimore to Charleston, changing careers, and starting her own jewelry line, Silk Bone Jewels.

Cavortress Fashion Show Fundraiser!

Blogger Julie Wheat brings you the best street-style looks from the annual Southern Ground Food & Music Festival, which features two full days of music, brews, and food.

A thought-provoking open letter on the current state of #menswear, how our society is flawed by it, and how to fix it.

Are you a local artisan looking to gain some recognition in the Lowcountry? Apply to be one of the CSA 2015 artists today.

Streetstyle with Julie Wheat takes a turn as she documents local business owners while they share and present ideas at the Good Business Summit, organized by Lowcountry Local First.

Have you ever heard of "floating" as a means of relaxation and serenity? Renae Brabham shares her first-time floating experience at an East Cooper day spa.

The styles of the best dressed were out when our newest blogger headed upstate to the second annual Artfields event to view the variety of artistic talent and survey Streetstyle on Awards Day.

A black light, some grammar lessons, and a new goal for every single woman to strive for is all we need after Bravo's latest series of videos was released, covering the cast of Southern Charm.

I recently discovered an incredible new line of jewelry that's locally made and inspired by nature. If you haven't already heard of Twine and Twig, read on—it's totally amazeballs...