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FUN FACT: More twelve-ounce cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon are sold at Charleston’s Recovery Room Tavern than anywhere else in the United States.

As part of the 14th installment of Charleston Wine + Food, the State of South Carolina's Tourism Office hosted media professionals to a brunch atop the new Hotel Bennett Piazza overlooking the Culinary Village in Marion Square. Here's one attendee's take on what the Palmetto State has to offer residents and tourists alike.

In the mood for a getaway? Check out New Orleans.

Charleston is a great place to discover local talent or see a band right before they get their big break.

The Charleston depot is a great place for locals to start their weekend.

I pulled my shoes off and waddled to the shower, my feet were webbed. As I washed the Charleston off of me I thought, Charleston, it's all good, even when it's not.     

Sticking around town for Labor Day weekend? Here are 9 things that you may not have done in a while.

How would you spend three days as a tourist in Charleston?

Travis Meadows is a singer-songwriter with a hunger to keep going through all adversity. He's performing at the Pour House on June 26.

Lights, Camera, Action! Charleston couple welcomes viewers into their renovated home during an upcoming episode of This Old House.

It's time for the latest installment in Charleston's best drama.

The Savannah Stopover festival, a three-day music fest held over multiple venues in historic downtown Savannah, was a blast—and not only because of that infamous open-container law.

The steak, oysters and pretzel bar are among can't miss dishes at this new restaurant on Market Street

Every single person running for mayor has come out in support of extending I-526. Why is Charleston intent on destroying it's culture? Stop the madness.

On November 3rd, 2015, the people of Charleston will do something that has not been done since 1975: go vote in a mayoral race that won’t have Joseph P. Riley, Jr. on the ballot. For this historical election, I decided to research the candidates to discover more about them, and determine who were my top choices and who I felt needed one more four year term before winning the hottest seat in town.

How, in a city that is heavily stratified by race, income, and history, can one man remain in power so long and remain so beloved? We say thank you to Mayor Joe Riley for forty years of service.

Are we too modest for Charleston nudity?

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.