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I was graciously invited back again this year. Last year’s conference focused a lot on the political forces in play. This year’s conference went beyond politics to really address the core of the #MeToo movement and the women’s movement in general.

The Conference truly inspired me last year. Not long after the conference, I decided to quit my 9 to 5 job and start pursuing a career working remotely...

Guests will have the opportunity to shop several high-end designers such as Mori Lee, Vera Wang, Maggie Sottero, Carolina Herrera Jim Hjelm and more!

Guys, YELPCON is upon us!

The nominations are still open! Vote now!

Life's a party, so come to the celebration—Keep It Gay 2.0: A Fundraising Cabaret!

Editor Hooper Schultz sits down with one of the organizers of We Are Family's Spirit Day, being held this Friday, October 21, at The Southern Gallery from 6:30pm-9pm.

I’ve been casually following the 2016 presidential candidates for both political parties for several months now. Who the hell do you like in this putrid race for the White House?

This week I bring you insight into the inner workings of one of Charleston’s most generous minds. Meet Carolyn Finch. She’s the founder of Charleston Women in Tech, been a guest and speaker at the White House, and mother to baby Juliette, who gently sleeps through the hustle and bustle of Black Tap on a crisp morning.

On November 3rd, 2015, the people of Charleston will do something that has not been done since 1975: go vote in a mayoral race that won’t have Joseph P. Riley, Jr. on the ballot. For this historical election, I decided to research the candidates to discover more about them, and determine who were my top choices and who I felt needed one more four year term before winning the hottest seat in town.

How, in a city that is heavily stratified by race, income, and history, can one man remain in power so long and remain so beloved? We say thank you to Mayor Joe Riley for forty years of service.

Gardenia Events teams up with The Cotton Wedding for a Lowcountry bridal expo on March 27.

An astounding finish on a stand-up paddle board for Charleston surfer Justin Schaay at this year's Dusi Canoe Marathon in South Africa.

After two tours in Iraq as a Marine, and suffering from debilitating PTSD due to the horrors of war, Sgt. Andy Manzi found healing through surfing. The story of his healing is now influencing the way the VA deals with veterans suffering from PTSD.

No, we're not talking about basketball. In a world of radical politicians, Shep Rose wonders when we might come to a center, a mutually beneficial meeting place.

Women in the workplace should have no lack of confidence, but when and how is it best to brag about accomplishments? Jane Perdue seeks that "sweet spot" between boastfulness and humility.

Last week brought a deluge of tributes to the late president. Here's one more, courtesy of an old sailor I met right here in Charleston at the Yorktown. But can you trust the yarns of an old sailor?

Ready for a new path? Four strategic tips for how to prepare to make the jump, including squirreling away some cash and shoring up those all-important networks

Think of bowling alleys as dark dives serving bad food? Here's what I loved from Home Team's menu...

The answer may surprise you. Here, Jacey Verdicchio reminds women everywhere not to live life as an apology, but rather, as a statement