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Did you miss Charleston Arts Festival event Myth of an Atom? Read the recap here.

Surfers Healing returns to Folly Beach for the 11th year on Thursday, August 23rd from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Catch the action and ride the epic wave of love and acceptance of children living with autism at the Folly Beach Pier. Planning to go? Post about the event using the hashtag #OnePerfectDay.

Virginia Murray finds making and creating jewelry to be much more than a business. In her new jewelry line, Gia Designs, Virginia shares her latest creations with everyone on her Instagram handle @gia.designs. Raised in Beaufort, SC, many of her pieces are beach-inspired. Read more about Virginia's story and how she expresses herself through her work!

You need to eat your grits to get off the grid.

Learn how to make more time to take care of yourself and fit massage into your life.

Why dance is the ultimate therapy

Rene Furterer's line of haircare products combine the best of nature with pharmaceutical expertise. Meet with a Rene Furterer professional this Friday at Stuart Laurence Salon to discuss the challenges you face with your hair and/or scalp.

Does money, or the lack thereof, limit your ability to receive regular massage? Let's change that perception!

Learn what limits your movement and how massage can help.

Do you know there are different types of massages? Do you know which one is right for you? Learn more here...

A concise overview of why you may feel "stuck" with your movement and your muscles, and how the proper therapy can make a great difference.

Greg Colleton, Redux's director of operations, chats about gallery etiquette, the upcoming Danielle Wyckoff exhibit, and Charleston's favorite pastime—day drinking.

Have you ever heard of "floating" as a means of relaxation and serenity? Renae Brabham shares her first-time floating experience at an East Cooper day spa.

As if it wasn't cool enough Mike Birbiglia is coming to Charleston Music Hall, but our own Hunter Gardner got a chance to interview him and hear what's inspired him from the beginning in his career.

Is there such a thing as giving right? Or do good intentions run amok? I talked with 2 local philanthropists for the plain truth on how we give, why we do it, & what we may be doing kind of... wrong

In my final blog in the series, the cast and crew of Perfectly Normel People head south from NYC, back home—the highs and lows of our FringeNYC debut

One night with the Lowcountry Highrollers had me wondering... How tough am I REALLY? Here's a rundown of how these rock-star ladies roll, and plenty of pics. Bring on the rough-and-tumble!

Writers Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain, authors of "Please Kill Me: An Uncensored Oral History Of Punk," come to West Ashley's Tin Roof Monday night. Here's my colorful chat with Legs...

We loved Jane's anecdote—where she went from former Fortune 500 telecommunications exec to '60s-era secretary in a hot minute—because she forced us to decide: What would WE do in her shoes?

It's not a typical choice for a home garden, but after chatting with a pair of growers in Wagener Terrace, I'm thinking maybe it should be. Here's a rundown on the no-fuss, high-yield exotic fruit