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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 Halsey's Southbound exhibit includes beautiful photography, but also a slew of engaging events throughout the run of the exhibit.

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?

Math Can Find Your Mate

Charleston Wine + Food co-hosted a bubbly bash with Veuve Clicquot at the William Aiken House. "We can pop bottles all night and baby you can have whatever you like"—the inimitable T.I.

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.

As the community continues to advocate on behalf of the future of Burke High School, it's important to draw on the lessons of past educational movements and their failings.

Libraries: They're for more than just checking out the latest novel for your wine...er, book club. Over the years, libraries have become progressive hubs where individuals can come together to learn about everything from self-publishing to cutting-edge technology, and they often offer free educational workshops, events, and seminars to encourage public participation. Enter the DIY Fest.

The trick? Creating a picture of how you want to feel.

The secret? Taking time for yourself

If the bars and restaurants of downtown Charleston shut down at midnight, will there be a negative effect, or a really negative effect? Here's another insight on a ridiculous idea.

How to handle a psycho roommate, floods, and football—the first post in Grit's big Back-to-School blog series dishes the do's and the don'ts, quirks and cult knowledge that upperclassmen know by heart

A brief look at model, father, men's clothing designer Chelsie Ravenell, and his best style moments around the globe...

Recommended reading for anyone taking on the bridge tomorrow—we loved getting new Bridge Run Hall of Fame inductee Rives Poe's takes on what to do, what not to do, even how to eat...

Ever wonder who those folks in the first Bridge Run corral are? You know, the ones lining up with the Kenyans? I caught up with one of them, Rives Poe, to find out what super powers make her so speedy

Think before you judge—or better yet, don't do it at all, said Rebeccah this week in "5 Things I Never Want to Hear Again." Amen, sister...

"Mommy Wars," "Having it All," the trendy new definition of a "Real" Woman... Here's a list of ridiculous things about parenting and well, LIVING, that ought to be chucked from everyday discourse

"There isn't a bad seat in the house..." My former Wando High classmate Charlton Singleton on Charleston Jazz Orchestra’s “Atomic Basie” shows (this Saturday night!), a must-see this weekend

Musing on conclaves and rising smoke, metaphysics and physics, with insight from two of Charleston's keenest minds: Stephen Colbert and John Keller. Plus, global career advice for all you CofC-ers