Charleston Daily Photo

A hidden mural in Avondale is an uncovered gem for most Charlestonians.

Recognize this place? Joan Perry stumbled onto Gumby on the corner of Monatgu and Pitt Streets in all of his glory this weekend for her Charleston Daily Photo.

Take a quick drive with photo genius Joan Perry down to our neighbors and see the beauty, taste the treats, and hear the music that lies just a few miles away.

No matter where you live, getting together with your family can rejuvenate the soul. Here, blogger Joan Perry takes an impromptu trip to America's Hat to be with her family.

There's a mystery on Queen Street, and the clues are as big as a building. Although there's quite a bit of art on our city's walls as of late, this one seems to be a little more under the radar.

As the weather warms, Charleston's gardens are springing to life, and with it they're bringing the beautiful colors and fragrances that people travel miles to come experience.

With all the art going up around town in preparation for Spoleto, it's easy to overlook some creations that have been right under our noses the entire time. Here's a little gem from Meeting Street.

You've heard talk of the new French restaurant hidden in the heart of downtown, but here's a chance to really see what Chez Nous, Bin 152's little brother, is really doing over there on Payne Street.

The graves of the fallen should always be respected. Here, the change in your pockets can be seen as an act of respect on the headstones of those that have gone before us.

On your marks, get set, GO! The Cooper River Bridge 10K Run/Walk was a success, but in case you missed it, here are some pictures from the heart of the action.

Thanks to the creative folks of Charleston, I've got one of the finest collections of sidewalk art out there. Here are 7 pics—offering wise words on love, daydreams, and a simple yet powerful hello

During a New Year's Day walk through Magnolia Plantation's camellia garden, I found myself pointing the camera at my feet as much as the sky. Check out the beauty I spotted while looking down...

If Brackish Bow Ties aren't on your radar, tune in! These locally made feather ties are super cool and super unique. Here's a look, plus where to get them this weekend...

Your job? Music? Your heart? A brand new baby girl? Life? Here's what patients, nurses, doctors, and visitors at Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital in West Ashley had to say on the subject...

You're familiar with Colonial Lake, sure—but here's a gorgeous look at it you likely haven't seen...

Golden leaves and an abundance of yellow blooms are out in full force across the peninsula. Take a stroll through the pretty autumn petals here...

You may or may not know that I used to hunt the elusive black cabs of Charleston. Seeing the London transplants in our Lowcountry setting tickles me to know end. Read on to see what I mean...

After vandals destroyed one of the Peoples Building's leopard statues in 2011, one was left lonely for more than two years. The other day, though, I drove past and saw a second leopard! Here she is..

Take a look at this collection of epitaphs to see how five locals have been memorialized. What do you want YOUR tombstone to read?

24 days until Halloween, peoples! From balcony-chillin' skeletons and South of Broad mummies to concrete graffiti and a house-topping witches hat—here's a roundup of downtown's best holiday décor