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Places like the Avery Research Center play a key role in preserving the history of individuals like Campbell for future generations.

The circle of life came full circle for me last week when I saved a bug.

The truth is revealed. Somewhat. Not really. Maybe. Who knows?

“CREATIVE PEOPLE ARE JUST PEOPLE WHO LIKE TO CREATE, I JUST LIKE TO SEE THINGS COME TO LIFE. ”

Wind through the walls of the Old City Jail to discover art installations, local eats, and live musical acts Beach Tiger, ET Anderson, Hermit's Victory, and headliner Brave Baby.

Because every song has a story

What happens when your passion also becomes your business? Ask Peter Melhado of Isla Surf School where it's all about balance.

The very first International Boss Lady, former Charleston native.

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.

You could call her an artist, taxidermist, metalsmith, illustrator, sculptor, teacher, photographer, or businesswoman, and each time you would be right. You would think someone with such a breadth of experience wouldn’t be so fantastic in each discipline, but she is.

From stress relief to better brain function, there are so many reasons to practice yoga outdoors.

"We are a team and that's what makes this work. Building a brand and company is really about learning to share."

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.

Food as medicine, mindfulness mediation, and healing from inflammation through diet—Abigail McClam of Lotus Healing Centre Charleston breaks it down.

Gardenia Events teams up with The Cotton Wedding for a Lowcountry bridal expo on March 27.

Truth be told, I had my doubts about this band. It is no easy feat to take on the legendary lights, music, and theatrics of the band that made history with their intensely conceptual and psychedelic multimedia events. However, I was pleasantly surprised.

Alan Bennett's "The History Boys," the inaugural production in Woolfe Street Playhouse's new SideStage black box, is a rockin' 80s play about the nature of knowledge and its acquisition and use.

Snubbing a poet and beautiful verse is one thing. Snubbing leadership, history, and the way forward is another.

Activists Andrea Boyd, Alison Sher, and Sarah Swingle weigh in on what it means to be a compassionate activist, how to make an impact, and how to get started.