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Euphoria, a food, wine and music festival in Greenville, South Carolina, will be in September. Although it's in Greenville, several Charleston-area chefs will participate.

If you don't put it on Instagram, did it really happen? Live your best list this Memorial Day with our curated selection of Instagrammable pool floats.

On Tuesday, the College of Charleston hosted the South Carolina Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Debate. The three candidates vying for the Democratic nomination are Phil Noble, Marguerite Willis, and James Smith.

Straws are a non-recyclable plastic and they're filling up our landfills and oceans. Take the pledge to go strawless this summer.

When you are out and about, don't pass up the opportunity to drop into an old general store.

Chefs serve hog with a side of "Let me tell you about our new business"

Seasons are changing and so are the drinks at Eli's Table!

Weekend playlist of where to be, who to see and all the details in between!

Are you a coffee fanatic like us? Get the details here on our favorite sips and spots.

Taste of Hutson Alley features local bites and bubbles from a handful of local restaurants.

A healthy farm to table style dinner from First Name Basis.

492 on King Street.

John Stamps has a commanding presence in the Indianapolis music scene. He continuously tours the country to broaden his growing fan base proving he isn't satisfied with being confined to his city limits.

Charleston breweries are perfect spots for summer! Grab your friends and a cold, frothy one this weekend!

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.

Charleston local Landon Sanford will soon be releasing a travel app called Rayka. Here's a close look into the origin of the app and what it hopes to achieve as the future of wanderlust.

While there are many things to do in Charleston, they can be quite expensive. This is where you consider having a membership for your family. However, is it worth it?

New bill by city council lowers heat limit for Charleston's infamous carriage tours

Local sustainable clothing line, Threads Todisco, makes it's mark on the Charleston style scene.