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Compete to help students and you may even win a suite at the Riverdogs!

Treat your sweetie to one of these romantic restaurants.

Say "hello" to Camellias, Charleston’s premier pink champagne bar.

Local restaurants will do all of the meal prep and cooking this holiday season and all you have to do is relax and enjoy.

Looking for a way to have fun, enjoy delicious drinks, and not spend a ton of cash? Have a look at these incredible mocktails made by local bartenders here in Charleston!

492 on King Street.

Holy City Hospitality's Taste of Hutson Alley biannual event was a fun evening showcasing the best that the off-King alley has to offer.

Because BYOB Painting Classes Are SO Last Year

Internationally trained and renowned cosmetic artist Andrew C. Petersen sits down with Lisa Thomas to talk beauty, the beauty business, and her new venture, Ooh! Beautiful.

This year, digital director Rory Gruler made some changes to her CFW routine, and voila—her best Charleston Fashion Week ever!

From the huge hair to the skinny bellbottoms, Saturday night at the Music Farm was a lot of fun, but part of me would have rather been at home saving money and listening to a real Zeppelin record.

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

This week, Bailey shows you the perfect looks for hitting up Royal American, Two Boroughs Larder, and the CofC Visual Arts Club's sweet cheap art auction.

This week, Bailey Desiree Bial shows you seven hip looks for hitting up some of her favorite "Neck" area hotspots.

Project Runway's Jack Mackenroth opens up about HIV/AIDS activism, beauty buys, and men in makeup.

Southern Charm this week led Hunter Gardner and friend Sam Hendry to a few conclusions. Dead baby jokes are never funny, narwals, are in fact real, and we all need to be more like Shep.

These three bands broke all of my rules for planning a big show—they're basically doing the opposite of what I'd do. But I'll tell you why this is still a big-time must-see performance...

I don't understand why people jog down the city's busiest shopping district. I see them, and I want to chase after them and ask: "Why are you REALLY here?"

If you weren't at the Faherty Brand pop-up shop Saturday night at The Alley, you missed out. Here's a recap, plus some background on the twin brother designers and their eco-friendly venture