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Lowcountry history comes alive with endless summer offerings. A Charleston Heritage Passport means access to all.

The Dead Horses are on tour in support of Cartoon Moon with fellow roots band Mandolin Orange. They’ll be here in Charleston Sunday night, October 23rd. Doors open at 7:30, tickets are $15 in advance and $17 at the door. It’ll be the Dead Horse’s first time in Charleston, so let’s be sure to give them a warm Lowcountry welcome!

Want to look hip at Fashion Week this year but don’t want to blow your paycheck?

Southern Season's Cooking School offers easy how-tos for the old and young; plus, enter to win a holiday gift basket worth $60!

Hope you guys had a chance to read through my Thrifting Tips! I’m going to take you through the process of it all, just because it can be a little overwhelming! I love the Goodwill in Mount Pleasant, the one is James Island is amazing as well. They are open until 8PM which is great for last minute shopping needs!

You've put your summer wardrobe way, and now it’s time to get out the good stuff. But if you’re like me, you’re ready for some new stuff. Also if you’re like me, I heard money doesn’t grow on trees, so I like to stay within a (major) budget. In Charleston, fall and winter is all about layering. I’m not asking you to buy your perfect fitting jeans and classic white tee-shirt at goodwill, but rather novelty pieces that can be used to mixing, matching, and layering. Here are some tips for your trip to the thrift store!

Vibrant textiles are the perfect way to bring a touch of spring indoors.

Keller Williams, a multi-talented artist from Washington, D.C., played solo sets two nights in a row at the Pour House on Thursday and Friday of last week. I got to make it to Friday nigh,t and I wasn’t expecting to see one of the most interesting shows I’ve been to in a while.

Indie darling Grace Joyner and ethereal bedroom-pop artist Hermit's Victory closed out the Hearts & Plugs Redux Residency on April 15 as the final show of the five-part series. Although the residency has come to an end, the series has undeniably catapulted the Charleston music scene and has brought recognition to these 10 deserving artists. #WednesdayisthenewFriday

Friday night at the Charleston Pour House kicked off a weekend chock-full of great music. I got to meet the opening duo, Dean Spaniol and Luke Sipka, better known as Bells and Robes, and chatted with them briefly about their roots and musical pursuits.

So you're all moved into your dorm, but is your wardrobe complete? Here are my must-haves for a college student's closet

If you could have Dukes of Hazzard wallpaper, would you? Take a peek at the trove of hand-drawn, hand-printed, and one-of-a-kind designs from Brooklyn-based design outfit Flat Vernacular

This takes almost no time to assemble and cook, so if you're a Mexican food fan like me, look out—this one may trump taco night

Living in Chas, where temps can change drastically within a few hours, there's one skill that must be mastered: layering. Read on for 3 quick tips for doing so (plus a way score points with your lady)

No, you're not. You're just being rude. Since keepin' it real to you may be boorish and offensive to others, here are tips for tactfully telling it like it is

Next up on my list of fall/winter essentials is a denim jacket. Learn here how to find one that fits properly so you don't end up looking homeless

The collected (as opposed to the decorated) aesthetic is getting hot. Here's how to achieve the look in your home, plus, some stunning inspiration from a favorite artist of mine—Slava Roubanov

Meet a local style star who loves Mozart, winter fashion, Red Wing boots, and is up for a documentary about anything—even water irrigation in Southeat Asia

Janie Askew’s work is a ballad of vulnerability, fantasy, and eroticism. The tightly feminist gaze and her skilled hand generate outstanding works on paper...

A chat with one of Charleston's blooming artistic talents, plus a peek at her work