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Charleston community backs The High Divers, local Charleston group (photo by Sean Money & Elizabeth Fay). "Benefit concert at the Royal American on Friday. Donations of $10 or more will be accepted at the door to go toward some of the band's costs accrued from the accident (Post and Courier)"

A cup of Vice Wheel coffee founded by Isaac Waters, student of CofC. Photo by Reese Moore (published by The College Today)

Virginia Murray finds making and creating jewelry to be much more than a business. In her new jewelry line, Gia Designs, Virginia shares her latest creations with everyone on her Instagram handle @gia.designs. Raised in Beaufort, SC, many of her pieces are beach-inspired. Read more about Virginia's story and how she expresses herself through her work!

Charleston is known for many things: from history to entertainment, dull is one thing the city is not. Every night, the sun puts on a show over the harbor and lights up the sky for residents to share in awe. Most of us can admit to slyly pulling out our phones to snap the perfect shot. Where is the best place to do that in my opinion (with some help)?

Local Charleston artists hosted an open gallery to show the public amazing works of art. Dedicated and talented artists presented original masterpieces, paired with wine, specialty drinks and hors d'oeuvres. Read more about the personality behind the artwork of Meredith Steele. (photo: @meredithsteeleart)

Another way to get around the city! Read what's up with Charleston's new bike share: can you see yourself on these holy spokes?

An inside look at what Andrew Copeland, lead guitarist for Sister Hazel, is looking forward to about the 12th annual Hazelnut Hangout in the area. The band has created countless memories: live music on the beach, the support from their Charleston family and even an entire festival weekend without air conditioning. According to Copeland, returning to the band's second home year after year seems only natural.