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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!

Marcus Amaker, Derek Berry, and Matthew Foley allow Charleston to take the mic with the high-spirited poetry organization, The Unspoken Word.

Chef Jamie Lynch on Being a Contestant on Bravo’s Top Chef Season 14, Building an Empire and Finding a Balance

Python shoes, bags and accessories, Delicious meats, pastas and truffle-laden treats and a Big Top themed soiree to raise money for parks – just two nights in the Holy City!

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

Gullah chef talks race in Holy City

Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink.

Let's watch our favorite socialites get down in the country!

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

The New Business Card Fits On Your Smart Phone Not In Your Wallet, but On Your Smart Phone!

The Savannah Stopover festival is in its sixth year and is bringing an incredible lineup of musicians to Savannah from March 10th-12th. Don't miss hometown favorites The High Divers and Susto.

Bernie Sanders is a lot like Superman, you know?

Throughout our lives, we acquire through experiences the understanding that some ideas are universal and key to the continuation of our existence. Love overcomes hate, good wins over evil, and in the case of adult relationships, intimacy is vital to survival.

Charleston, I have one simple (and hopefully not impossible) request: let’s keep housing affordable for the food and bev community.

And so I approach the one year anniversary of the demise of not the first, but my second marriage. And I'm still pretty pissed off about it. I've sworn I was over it in many Full Moon releases, through prayer and meditation, "let it go," moved beyond it, but it is undeniably grief. And grief never really goes away, it is only assimilated into our daily lives, it's carried. So here's to grief in all its painful, soul-scooping, heart-rendering, mind-trapping beauty.

How do you promote or share your work with others & what advice can you give to other creatives in your field? How do you self-promote when you're not a born self-promoter?

The very first International Boss Lady, former Charleston native.

A local artist and businessman making a big movement in the local Charleston community with his "There's No Place Like Charleston" T-shirts.

An interview with Gilles Marini of "Brothers and Sisters" and "Devious Maids"